A momentum swing towards the end of the game allowed Gloucester to kick a penalty deep in to the 22. A well shaped trademark Gloucester catch and drive set up the ideal opportunity for loose head prop Alex Chalkin to force his way over to grab the game's only try, giving Gloucester their first win of the day.
The second game saw Gloucester desperate to take the sting out of Wasps, who also got the day off to a winning start.
This match proved a more open game with Gloucester's forwards Tyler Jerrum, Gareth Jones and Joe Mullis gaining momentum with ball in hand, allowing Gloucester's dangerous pacey back line to cut loose.
Scrum half George Key was the first to get his name on the score sheet from a quick tap penalty after a sustained period of pressure.
With Gloucester's pack on top and gaining lots of go forward ball outside Centre Ollie Thorley then ran in two tries in the space of ten minutes, using exceptional skill and power to finish both from inside his own half.
Back row Toben Ronald then completed the scoring for the Cherry and Whites before the break to make the half time score 4 tries to 0.
The second half saw a more even game with both teams running a high tempo attack and creating opportunities to score. It was Wasps' turn to profit and they ran in 2 second half tries to take the final score to 4 tries to 2.
In the final game Gloucester were eager to pull the plug on Bath and finish the day with their 100% record intact.
They started with a bang, and following another quick tap this time by energetic scrum half Jack Lister they were on the attack from just outside their own 22.
Slick handling skills by fly half Clayton Dee and centre Ryan Kline once again set the impressive Ollie Thorley away to finish from 60 metres.
Bath hit back with two tries in quick succession to take a half time lead leaving Gloucester a second half mountain to climb.
Gloucester came out firing and a combination of good attack and well disciplined defence made it hard for Bath to escape their 22.
The pressure told as Bath were stretched to capacity and Robbie Faulkner ghosted over to tie the game.
Gloucester finished the game relaxed and in control with scrum half George Key organising their tactical game well, before taking his chance to grab his second try of the day ensuring victory for Gloucester.