Gloucester Rugby scored three tries as they overcame Harlequins 25-20 on Saturday afternoon to record their first Aviva Premiership win of 2014. The day included a great tribute to club legend Andy Hazell and it was the 17 season man who was named man of the match by 1873 club members.
Gloucester put in a heroic effort against Munster in the fifth round of the Heineken Cup on Saturday evening, but simply couldn't break down the Irish side, going down by 7 points to 20. Charlie Sharples was named Man of the Match by the 1873 Club members.
Gloucester's winning run was brought to an abrupt halt as Saracens delivered probably the best performance by a visiting side at Kingsholm this season. Rob Cook was named Man of the Match by the 1873 Club members.
Gloucester's attempts to complete a Heineken Cup double over Edinburgh came up short on Sunday, as a determined display from the visitors earned a 16-10 victory. Martyn Thomas was named Man of the Match by the 1873 Club members.
Gloucester Rugby led for a large part of this enthralling Aviva Premiership encounter, but couldn't quite hold on as Toby Flood's boot earned the Tigers a 22-17 win. Shane Monahan was named Man of the Match by the 1873 Club members.
This game had so many twists and turns that no-one knew who would emerge triumphant until the very final minute, but referee Tim Wigglesworth took centre stage as multiple cards and a penalty try handed the win to Bath by 18 points to 17.