Rob came into the Abbey Business Lounge after the game to receive his award from Richard Currie from Colour Connection who are a sponsor of Gloucester Rugby.
He then took part in an informal Q&A, facilitated by former Gloucester back row forward Simon Devereux alongside team mates Charlie Sharples and Elliott Stooke.
Simon provided the following summary:
"A comprehensive defeat by the Premiership leaders Saracens in what was the best opening half performance of a visiting side seen this season at Kingsholm. Saracens' ability to move the point of attack and create space left Gloucester chasing shadows at times and the game was realistically out of reach by half time.
"Saracens will have set out with the intention of silencing the Kingsholm crowd from the outset and managed this with a clinical display in the opening quarter, where the accuracy and variety in their work resulted in two tries when opportunities arose.
"By contrast, Gloucester were unable to capitalise on their opportunities when on the offensive, turning the ball over from set piece and broken field play, enabling Saracens to relieve any threat of pressure.
"Gloucester conceded a try early in the 2nd half, coming under pressure following poor execution from a centre field scrum position, after Saracens had put the ball straight out from the restart.
"Further opportunities arose as the 2nd half progressed but Gloucester were again unable to capitalise on several good attacking positions.
"It is inevitable, especially against top sides, that long periods will be spent without the ball, but equally, when on the offensive, the accuracy must be good to ensure pressure is maintained on the opposition when in possession. That appears to remain Gloucester's main challenge at present.
"After recent improvements, this was a step back for Gloucester. They will be looking for greater precision and energy levels in their work next week with the visit of a powerful Munster side in the Heineken Cup."