Playing at the Tigers' Oval Park ground, the Leicester side set the tone for the game with huge physicality from the kick off. However, it was Gloucester who quickly took control of proceedings.
Half backs George Key and Clayton Dee controlled the game with great authority and quickly put the Cherry and Whites in a position to send fullback Joe Gare over under the posts, which he duly converted.
Gloucester continued in the same vein from the kick off with the forwards stepping up to the new levels of physicality Leicester threw at them and created great field position to allow their dangerous backline to strike.
Clayton Dee put Centre Ollie Thorley through a gap and Thorley finished in incredible style from inside his own half, beating the fullback with a sidestep and out and out pace. Gare again converted from the left of the posts.
Thorley was quickly back on the scoresheet following some great defensive work from the back row of Toben Ronald, Tyler Jerrum and Joe Mullis.
Thorley again made a line break from half way, looked for support before deciding to utilise his pace to round the Leicester defence to score again. Gare yet again added the extras.
Gloucester saved their best for the final try of the half. Joe Gare counter attacked following a Leicester clearance kick, he beat a handful of defenders before linking up with centre Elliot Creed.
Creed offloaded to Thorley who in turn sent winger Harry Howard over in the corner. Gare maintained his 100% record to ensure Gloucester led 28 - 0 at half time.
Both teams introduced a number of players from the bench in the second half which seemed to bring some parity to proceedings.
Gloucester lost some of their first half composure and Leicester intensified their pick and go game plan to put real pressure on the Gloucester line.
Having withheld the Tigers pressure for some time, the Leicester side managed to squeeze over out wide but failed to convert their effort.
Gloucester looked determined to have the final word through number 8 Tyler Jerrum however some heroic Leicester defence held him up over the line.
So, in their final outing prior to the RFU Academies festival on Sunday 6th May, Gloucester recorded an impressive 28 - 5 victory in what was a hugely physical encounter.
Billy Clark, Junior Academy Manager, said:
"We're delighted with how this group of players has developed over the course of the season.
"Sean Lynn and Peter Buxton have put in a huge amount of work into getting the group to this position and I can't thank them enough for their efforts.
"But it's the players in this group that drive the standards they want to achieve. To come here to Leicester, knowing how good their Academy programme is, and perform as they did is a credit to all of them.
"We wanted a physical challenge and Leicester delivered that. Our guys have not played in a game like that before and they will have learned a huge amount.
"On a personal level, it's great to be able to come back to my old club and put one over on them too!
"Our season is coming to a close and we want to go out on a high by performing at the RFU Academies festival in May.
"We've performed well at this level so far, but there is still a considerable amount to work on and the festival in May is our benchmark for these players moving into next year.
"So it's a case of all of the guys keeping their heads down and working hard to gain a place in our U16-U18 Silver academy next year."