Mike came into the Abbey Business Lounge after the game to receive his award from Shelly Morgan, who was a StubHub competition winner.
He then took part in an informal Q&A, facilitated by former Gloucester back row forward Simon Devereux alongside team mates Jonny May and Elliott Stooke.
Simon provided the following summary:
"A bizarre 10 try game but the bonus point victory meant job done for Gloucester, who produced a good performance for the first hour, building a big lead before seemingly switching off and allowing Newcastle to secure 2 bonus points themselves, including 4 tries in the last 20 minutes.
"Gloucester started well with the coaching team showing they had used the recent break from games wisely enabling Gloucester to score two tries from attacking line-outs.
"The Gloucester forwards' demonstrated variety in their execution, moving the point of attack, posing questions of the opposition defence and quickly breaking the gain line as a result.
"It was a positive start to the second half with Gloucester establishing a 30 point lead with 3 further tries and at this point it was all looking good for Gloucester.
"However, Gloucester failed to deal with a restart following Jonny May's try which eventually resulted in a Newcastle try. From there the game turned and Newcastle showed a lot of character to pull back to within 7 points by the end.
"Overall, Gloucester will have been disappointed at the way the game concluded but can take a lot of positives from the first hour into Exeter away next week.
"The assembled 1873 Club members and guests were treated to an honest and good humoured assessment of the game by skipper Mike Tindall, which was followed by Jonny May giving an insight into his recent Six Nations experience with England and earlier try on his return to club rugby."