www.gloucesterrugbyclub.com the 22 year-old centre said: "We're all disappointed we ended up with a draw, but on the other hand we've been away from home at a tough place to play and claimed three Premiership points."
A frustrated Simpson-Daniel knew that Gloucester should have taken the maximum five though.
"We sat on our lead and you just can't afford to do that. We scored 22 points in the first half. But it'll be interesting to see how important those two match points we missed out on today are at the end of the season.
"We've got to learn how to finish games off. Newcastle needed a lot of points to get back into the game at half time, and we shouldn't have let that happen.
"The first half performance was better than last week's game, but we can't afford to keep having one good half in a game."