He then took part in an informal Q&A, facilitated by former Gloucester back row forward Simon Devereux, alongside team mates Dan Murphy and Billy Twelvetrees.
Simon provided the following summary:
"Billy Twelvetrees was the toast of every Gloucester fan on Saturday evening, showing remarkable composure to land the last penalty of the match from 40 metres to win the match and send the Kingsholm crowd into raptures!
"With Freddie Burns off the field and Gloucester having lost the lead with less than a minute remaining all looked lost for Gloucester.
"However, the team showed excellent composure with time effectively up to take a short restart, gaining a scrum and then pressure Northampton into conceding a penalty. Billy Twelvetrees showed nerves of steel to step up with his first attempt at goal to land the spoils.
"An excellent game of rugby and a much improved performance from Gloucester where the forwards were tenacious in the contact area, with the set piece giving them the platform needed to launch their multi talented back line.
"Despite squandering several attacking opportunities in the first half, Gloucester finished well, executing a training ground move from a lineout which was finished superbly by Charlie Sharples.
"It was a perfect start to the second half with quick thinking by Jimmy Cowan, taking a quick tap penalty to put Billy Twelvetrees in.
"Northampton quickly struck back with a converted try before Elliott Stooke capped an excellent debut performance with a try created by some magical footwork and offload from James Simpson Daniel, to put Gloucester in the ascendency going into the final 10 minutes.
"You will not see a more dramatic finale to a game with Gloucester conceding a 6 point lead with what seemed like the last play of the game before Billy Twelvetrees stepped up to make it a weekend to remember for Gloucester fans.
"The 1873 members gathered in the Abbey Business Lounge gave Billy Twelvetrees, James Simpson-Daniel and Dan Murphy a magnificent reception as they arrived and were immediately treated to Billy's recollection of his thoughts leading up to that final kick as well as an overview of the twists and turns during the match.
"Dan Murphy gave a good account from a forwards perspective, modestly taking no credit for Gloucester taking 2 scrums against the head!
"The 1873 Man of the Match award went to James Simpson-Daniel who recalled his contribution to the try by Elliott Stooke, acknowledging that he may have scored himself 10 years ago...much to the amusement of the 1873 members present!
"A good day for all associated with Gloucester Rugby."