Gloucester 24 - 13 Newport Gwent Dragons
A clinical performance from Gloucester Rugby saw them complete their Anglo-Welsh campaign with a comfortable 24-13 win over Newport Gwent Dragons on Saturday.
After the first quarter went without a point, wing Tom Prydie kicked the first penalty for the visitors to take an early three-point lead.
However, prop Cameron Orr crossed over at the stroke of the half-time allowing fly-half Lloyd Evans to add the extras and the first half ended with a four-point lead for Gloucester.
Centre Henry Trinder extended Gloucester's advantage into the second half with a touchdown in the 44th minute and Evans contributed with a penalty and a conversion to stretched the lead to 14 points.
Even though, Dragons made a brief comeback with a double try from Matthew Screech in the 54th and 78th minute, replacement Ben Vellacott's cross over in the 67th minute kept Dragons out of the game.
The 11-point win meant Gloucester finished second in Pool 4 with 12 points while Dragons ended their campaign with just five points from four games.