Charlie was involved in some of Gloucester's brightest moments, including launching a scintillating counter attack from deep and, of course, scoring the Gloucester try.
Charlie came into the Abbey Business Lounge after the game to receive his award from John Search of JS Security, sponsor of the East Stand at Kingsholm.
He then took part in an informal Q&A, facilitated by former Gloucester back row forward Simon Devereux alongside team mates Matt Cox and Jonny May.
Simon provided the following summary:
"All associated with Gloucester Rugby were in need of a reaction after the Saracens defeat and it came with a much improved performance against a clinical and streetwise Munster side. It was a memorable night of Heineken Cup rugby with an electric atmosphere under lights at Kingsholm.
"Gloucester started with an intensity and fury which the Kingsholm crowd have historically been accustomed to, attacking Munster at the breakdown and through multiple phases.
"Unfortunately two penalty misses meant their opening dominance went unrewarded and credit to Munster for striking against the run of play with a well worked penalty and converted try.
"Charlie Sharples' converted try on half time couldn't have been better timed and Gloucester started the 2nd half well, repeatedly attacking the Munster defence but without registering.
"A knock on from a Gloucester lineout on halfway led to a period of Munster pressure eventually resulting in a crucial try from a scrum. Gloucester were rightly frustrated by some of the officials' interpretations during this period when they appeared to have turned possession over on several occasions.
"Statistically, Gloucester dominated the game in nearly all areas. Munster's tackle count was at least treble that of Gloucester and they deserve credit for doggedly defending wave after wave of Gloucester attack.
"Ultimately, Gloucester's inability to turn pressure into points at key moments was the difference. Munster showed their top level experience displaying a clinical edge from limited possession.
The 1873 members gave the players a good reception after the match in recognition for the effort shown. If Gloucester can repeat this intensity and improve their strike rate from key positions in the process, a positive 2nd half of the season awaits!"