Marcus was a virtual ever-present in the
Gloucester PSFA team of 1998/99. After spending time at Bristol City and
Cheltenham Town as a schoolboy, Marcus signed for Hereford United in 2006,
making his debut towards the end of the season against Swindon Town but was
released in the summer of 2008.
Following spells at Gloucester City and Solihull Moors,
Marcus signed for Conference side Forest Green Rovers in July 2009 before
returning to the Southern League with Evesham United. Marcus left St
George's Lane in the summer of 2010 to join Cirencester Town before returning to Evesham
where he has continued to ply his trade.
Career Record to July 2009: Hereford United: 4
Ryan's 14 goals in 23 games made him GPSFA B
Squad's top scorer in 1996/97. Since then he has forged a successful rugby
career at Gloucester RFC, during which time he has played for England Saxons
and put himself on the fringe of full international honours with a
succession of fine displays for the Cherry & Whites.
With Gloucester's 2008/09 campaign falling away, a good
number of players were released at the season's end and Ryan moved to London
Irish in June 2009 before signing for Northampton Saints in June 2011. A
short spell at Leicester Tigers in 2013/14 preceded a move to Worcester
Warriors, his fifth Premiership club, in February 2014.
Career record to July 2013:
Gloucester RFC: 58 games (373 points); London Irish RFC: 34 games (300 points);
Northampton Saints: 37 games (244 points); England Saxons: 5
games (46 points). Total: 134 games (963
Tyler occupied a central midfield role for GPSFA in the
2001/02 season, from which he scored 22 goals in 30 appearances.
He played in various Swindon Town youth sides before
joining Hereford United in 2006. After a successful spell in the Hereford
youth set up, Tyler signed a six month professional contract in July 2009,
making his first team debut v MK Dons in December 2009 before playing 8
further games. Tyler went on loan to Gloucester City during the latter part
of 2010/11 and has returned there on a permanent deal in the summer of 2013
after spending last season at Worcester City.
Career record to July 2013: Hereford United:
9 matches. Non league: Gloucester City & Worcester City.
Joe captained GPSFA to their only Witney Cup victory in 2005/06, playing in
31 games (12 goals) in a central midfield role.
After successfully coming through a 2-year scholarahip, Joe signed a
professional contract with Cheltenham Town in the summer of 2013, having
made his first team debut v Exeter City during the previous season. Joe
kicked off the 2014/15 season in style by scoring the winning goal against
Career record to August 2014:
Cheltenham Town: 5 matches (1 goal).
Zack's 66 goals in 35 2006/07 matches made him GPSFA's record goalscorer.
Left foot, right foot, top corner, bottom corner, volley, drive, chip - he
scored them all.
Awarded a scholarship at Cheltenham Town in the summer of 2012, Zack signed
a two-year pro contract in August 2013 after making his debut in the
season's opening game against Burton Albion and has made 18 first team
appearances, mostly as a substitute, to date.
Career record to August 2014:
Cheltenham Town: 18 matches.
Non-League Review (August 2014).
Neil Mustoe (1986-88), Tom Webb
(1993-95), Michael Green (1994-96), Spencer Hamilton (2006/07), Sam Turl (2005/06).
Worcester City (Conference
Tyler Weir (2001/02), Wayne
(Southern League Premier)
Jamie Reid (1998/99), Jamie Edge (2004/05), Mark
Evesham United (Southern League South & West)
Marcus Palmer (1998/99), Carl Brown (1998/89).
Shortwood United (Southern
League South & West)
Adam Mace (2005/06).