1. Will Goodrick-Clarke (Cheltenham College), 2. Cameron Jones (Hartpury College & Longlevens RFC), 3. Jack Spencer (Hartpury College & Widden Old Boys), 4. Harry Wilson (Hartpury College & Cirencester RFC), 5. Tom Lushington (Cheltenham College), 6. Joe Mullis (Chosen Hill School & Chosen Hill RFC), 7. Sam Underhill (Sir Thomas Rich's), 8. Will Safe (Hartpury College & Old Pats RFC), 9. Farrell Gwilliam (Hartpury College & Widden Old Boys), 10. Lloyd Evans (Dean Close School), 11. Sam Westcote (Hartpury College), 12. Charlie Norman (Marlborough College), 13. Harry Priestner (Dean Close School), 14. Robson Skipsey (St Peters High School & Cinderford RFC), 15. Will Hayward (Hartpury College)
16. Morgan Botrill (Hartpury College), 17. Alex Chalklin (Pates Grammar School), 18. Ellary Millar (Hartpury College), 19. Tyler Jerrum (Hartpury College & Drybrook RFC), 20. Jake Allen (Dean Close School), 21. Joe Carolan (Sir Thomas Rich's), 22. Elliott Creed (Chosen Hill), 23. Ross Preedy (Sir Thomas Rich's)
Prop pairing of Jack Spencer and Will Goodrick-Clark made early dents in the Leeds defence, with fullback Will Hayward making the most of the space this created out wide.
The pressure told when Gloucester were awarded a penalty which fly half Lloyd Evans slotted to give the hosts a 3-0 lead.
Leeds hit back, and with a series of driving lineouts turned the pressure back on the home side, who found themselves behind when Leeds were awarded a penalty try for Gloucester collapsing a maul, taking the score to 3-7.
Gloucester found ascendancy out wide, and a well executed move from a left field scrum saw Lloyd Evans and Will Hayward break clear for Hayward to finish in the corner. The conversation was once again magnificently taken by Evans in blustery conditions, to restore the Cherry & Whites lead making the score 10-7.
This lead was soon extended as Gloucester once again attacked from scrum ball. A length of the field break from left wing Sam Westcote saw right wing Robson Skipsey get held up over the line after some fantastic scramble defending from the Leeds back three.
This only delayed proceedings as Skipsey managed to strike from the resulting 5m scrum, with Evans' conversion taking the lead to 17-7.
This score remained into the second half, where Gloucester were forced to defend for spells as Leeds fought for the try that would get them back into the contest.
Captain Sam Underhill, flanker Joe Mulls and second row Harry Wilson were instrumental in keeping Gloucester's defensive integrity with their tackle count and work rate in turning the ball over at the breakdown.
Gloucester managed to grab a third try before the end of the game, through Elliot Creed who linked intelligently with scrum half Gwilliam at the fringe of the ruck. But there was not enough time for Gloucester to go for the bonus point 4th try.
This win keeps Gloucester's 100% record intact going into a show down with local rivals Worcester Warriors.
(Gloucester U18 vs Worcester Warriors, Saturday 21st December 2013, Malvern Rugby Club, 11am Kick Off)