Prior to that, Gloucester had turned down some eminently kickable penalties in the quest for more tries as they chased the game.
So, while there were questions asked of the team's defence by the media after the game, Redpath feels that Gloucester weren't flattered by the scoreline.
"If I'm looking at our performance as a playing group, I'd say that we're doing so many good things but then there are one or two things that are just letting us down."
"We made maybe three defensive errors. One off a lineout and then we jumped in on (Stephen) Myler for (Dylan) Hartley's try. If you take those two errors out plus the last try then it's completely different."
"We ran three penalties we could have kicked. That's people trying to spark something. I'm chuffed that they've got the passion for that, I really am, because this time last year we were broken on that front."
"We didn't get gunned as much as people think. That game wasn't a 38-23 game. We're scoring 20 odd points and not winning and that's hard to take."
"Next season we've obviously got to highlight this mentality and how we change it and you can't do that during the season."
"So, preseason will be huge for us to change some of the culture things in there that can make everyone understand the possession, the territory, the pressure you build to take something away from an away game."