Shane came into the Abbey Business Lounge after the game to receive his award from Harry Akers who was a guest of Abbey Business Group.
He then took part in an informal Q&A, facilitated by former Gloucester back row forward Simon Devereux alongside team mates Ben Morgan and Billy Twelvetrees.
Simon provided the following summary:
"A game Gloucester should have won after delivering a positive and encouraging opening quarter at Kingsholm.
"Gloucester will be kicking themselves for failing to capitalise on such a start, where the forwards were attacking Leicester with real intent, despite harshly being on the wrong end of a couple of decisions at the scrum.
"A number of good field positions were squandered and potential points lost from the tee, preventing Gloucester from putting sufficient daylight between themselves and Leicester to reflect their early dominance.
"Turnovers continued as the half wore on enabling Leicester to go in front, against the run of play, with a try after Gloucester lost the ball at the base of a scrum. Jonny May's try after a good clearance kick from Henry Trinder was well deserved and enabled Gloucester to justifiably hold a one point lead at the break.
"Gloucester started the 2nd half strongly but again squandered potential points from the tee when in the ascendency and the game seemed to have an air of inevitability about it as the Gloucester mistakes and turnovers continued, inviting Leicester into the game.
"As the match moved into the last quarter Leicester's International laden pack took a grip of the game and worked several penalties which Flood converted. Credit to Gloucester for a mighty last ditch effort to attack from deep through multiple phases but it was to no avail.
"There is no lack of effort going into the Gloucester performances and recent weeks have seen improvements in a number of areas but ultimately the error count is too high, preventing Gloucester from maintaining pressure on opposition and building a lead.
"If they can reduce the errors, the effort we are seeing will result in a return to winning ways!"