Ollie Thorley made his Aviva Premiership debut against the Exeter Chiefs last Friday evening, and it was his try that proved to be the difference as Gloucester triumphed by 16 points to 9 and see him named as the recipient of the 'Sinbad Moment' for the game.
A barnstorming performance from Ross Moriarty, highlighted by a number of typically robust runs with ball in hand, was enough to see the back row forward named as the recipient of the 'Sinbad Moment' for the game.
The break that Charlie Sharples made from the opening kick-off set the tone for Gloucester's winning performance against Harlequins and was enough to see the centre named as the recipient of the 'Sinbad Moment' for the game.
Rob Cook's superb individual try which set Gloucester on their way to a 20-10 European Rugby Challenge Cup victory over la Rochelle at the weekend was enough to see the full-back named as the recipient of the 'Sinbad Moment' for the game.
Gloucester made it two wins from two outings in this season's European Rugby Challenge Cup as they outplayed Benetton Treviso at Kingsholm to win by 37 points to 8, the bonus point try coming with the final play of the game.
In perfect conditions in the South West of France, it was job done for Gloucester Rugby at the Stade Jean Dauger on Saturday afternoon as they outlasted a battling Bayonne side to take the spoils by 47 points to 27.