Gloucester Rugby ended their season with a 54-7 win over Saracens at Kingsholm on Saturday.
Gloucester Rugby scored three tries in the first half with a further five coming in the second.
Jack Singleton was first to get on the board through a maul try with Adam Hastings adding the extras from the tee.
The second try was scored after the driving maul powered within inches of the line. The ball came out to the backs and Ben Meehan threw a clever pass back to Jordy Reid who cut the line to go over. Hastings was again accurate with the boot and slotted the conversion.
Lewis Ludlow was a tackling machine and put in a massive hit on Elliott Obatoyinbo showing that the Cherry and Whites were alive in defence as well as attack.
Santiago Carreras showed a moment of magic with his score as the fullback used his pace and skill to get over the line. Hastings nailed the conversion giving Gloucester Rugby the 21-0 lead at the break.
In the second half, Jack Singleton went over for his second try with Ollie Thorley and Santiago Socino also getting over for tries.
Max Malins scored an intercept try with Manu Vunipola slotting the extras but apart from this blemish, Gloucester Rugby continued their dominance.
Louis Rees-Zammit scored a try of the ages after Adam Hastings and Jordy Reid linked expertly well. Reid kicked the ball down the field and Rees-Zammit chased it down to score.
Jack Clement was the last player to score a try and Adam Hasting’s boot ensured the extra two points.
Northampton’s victory over Newcastle means that we haven’t made the top four, but what a way to end the season a 54-7 win over Saracens is.