Gloucester's forwards laid the platform for victory with the likes of James Gibbons (loose head), Ryan Charles (hooker) and Elliott Stooke catching the eye. Gibbons scored the side's first try from a rolling maul.
Behind the pack, Billy Burns controlled the game well in the conditions and contributed 7 points with the boot from two conversions and a penalty with replacement full back Ben Thomas also kicking a penalty.
The second try was one of the moments of the game as Louis Spencer caught a 22 drop out, evaded several tackles before providing the scoring pass to left wing Steph Reynolds.
The team's next fixture is away to Northampton on November 30th.