They are one of twelve grassroots rugby clubs across the country to be awarded a training session with three Premiership Rugby players. In addition, the club received £1,000 worth of training equipment.
The prizes were awarded to clubs who demonstrated how winning the training session and equipment would benefit the development of the club.
The judges were impressed by Norton's ambition to progress after the club was only founded in May 2011. Their community spirit and understanding of the game also shone through in their entry.
The training session provided the Norton RFC senior squad with the rare opportunity to learn from professionals and pick up specialist advice on core rugby skills and game play.
This was followed by a Q&A with the Gloucester players.
Jeremy Chandler, Chairman of Norton RFC, said:
"The training session taken by the Gloucester players was a great success as our team got the opportunity to develop a number of new skills. Hopefully this will greatly benefit the squad as the season reaches its climax. We are very grateful to QBE for this fantastic experience and the new training equipment."
Rory Lawson, Scotland and Gloucester Rugby scrum-half, said:
"I think that QBE Rugby Pro is a fantastic initiative and it is great to be able to give something back to the grassroots game. It has been fun working with Norton and I hope that the access to professional players and coaches during the specialist training today will inspire them further."
QBE Rugby Pro is part of the business insurer's commitment to the development of rugby.
For more information on the winning clubs and further details on QBE Rugby Pro visit www.qberugby.com.