The season ticket holders' player of the season awards were presented to the winners before Gloucester took on Saracens on Saturday afternoon at Kingsholm.
The Doug Wadley trophy for the Player of the Year was awarded to captain Adam Balding. The 25 year-old joined Gloucester in the summer from Leicester and has been in top form for the Kingsholm club during the 2004/05 season.
Balding won the trophy with more than 70 per cent of the votes, with Andy Hazell the runner-up.
Nick Wood was awarded the Young Player of the Year trophy after taking possession of the number one shirt in recent months.
The 22 year-old loose head prop has come up against some of the toughest tight-heads around and made the position his own during the second half of the season.
The Young Player of the Year award was a very close call, and Wood took only 10 votes more than Brad Davies, who came runner-up in the voting.
The two awards were voted for by Gloucester's 7,200 season ticket holders, and votes were up 13 per cent on last year.
Commenting after the game about his Player of the Year award, Adam Balding said: "From a personal point of year it's been a good year for me. I just wish that had come together with a better year for the team. I've settled in really well at Gloucester, and it's a pretty special place to play rugby. Knowing that this award has been voted for by the fans means a huge amount, and I'd like to thank everyone who's been behind this year."
Fly-half Billy Burns was named Man of the Match after the 35-14 European Rugby Challenge Cup victory over Stade Rochelais on Thursday evening, and was full of praise for all his team mates for the win after a short turnaround.
Gloucester have been in good form in recent weeks, but Backs Coach Tim Taylor knows that the Cherry and Whites will have to be at their best on Thursday evening (kick off 7:45pm) against a Stade Rochelais side flying high this season.
Speaking to GRTV after the bonus point win over Bristol, back row Lewis Ludlow revealed that despite a tricky first half, Gloucester backed their skills to come through, a faith that was evident in a strong second half showing.
Willi Heinz scored Gloucester's second try as the Cherry and Whites overturned a disappointing first 40 minutes and 0-6 half time deficit, to earn a 26-18 Aviva Premiership victory over Bristol Rugby on Saturday.
Gloucester's much changed side had to overcome conceding an early try on Thursday evening, but responded in style to down Stade Rochelais by 35 points to 14 in the European Rugby Challenge Cup and set up a mouthwatering return fixture next weekend.
After taking 11 points from their last three games in the Aviva Premiership, including bonus point wins against Wasps and Bristol, Gloucester will be looking to continue their good form when they welcome La Rochelle to Kingsholm.