With prizes including the cash and vouchers, a signed Gloucester Rugby shirt, a signed ball and match tickets up for grabs, they were then invited onto the pitch to take a punt at the Cross Bar challenge.
The Cross Bar challenge is sponsored by the club's main sponsor Jewson and takes place at half time during each Gloucester Rugby home match, the prize fund building each week if not won. Tickets to take part are sold at the stadium ahead of the game.
Having not been won so far this season the prize fund had reached £1600 plus £600 of Jewson vouchers. Lucky prize draw winners also get entered into the end of season draw with a chance to win a £5000 garden, kitchen or bathroom make over courtesy of Jewson.
Each prize draw winner is given 3 attempts to hit the cross bar from the 22 metre line with the first to hit claiming the prize. Each contestant lined up on Saturday and, with the encouragement of the crowd behind them, took a shot at goal.
Early attempts were well wide of the mark however on his final attempt Kevin stepped back, took a swing with his right foot and, seconds later, was the lucky winner having landed the ball squarely on the cross bar.
Gary Little, Gloucester Rugby's Community Manager said:
"The Cross Bar challenge has become a regular part of our half time entertainment at home games. The prize fund has been building all season and, as such, the excitement has been growing too each week. Congratulations to Kevin."