Gloucester was delighted to come away from this Premiership clash with a good win. Nick Malouf got the scoring underway for the Tigers after 12 minutes with Ford adding the extras.
Next on the scoreboard was Trinder who crashed over after 30 minutes but this was promptly answered by a Tigers try from Ford 2 minutes later. Man of the Match Trinder got over for his second of the day moments later bringing the halftime score to 14-14.
Gloucester had most of the action in the second half and made the most out of Logovi'i Mulipola's yellow card after 48 mins. Substitution Matt Scott dotted down on the 57-minute mark after a well-worked team try with Twelvetrees knocking over the conversion.
The home side maintained control and looked promising for the remainder of the game up until the last play of the game when the Tigers broke up the pitch with Veainu resulting in a penalty for the away side. After todays battle Gloucester have moved up to 3rd place in the Premiership while Tigers sit in 7th.