Gloucester have been in action in the Premiership, hosting Saracens at Kingsholm.
The visitors led throughout the game until a James Hook penalty deep into stoppage time took the Cherry and Whites ahead to win 24-23.
Gloucester and England no 8 Ben Morgan was stretchered off with a leg injury leading to fears for the Six Nations tournament, which is just weeks away.
Prop Nick Wood was also carried off with what looked like a neck injury.
England international number eight Ben Morgan has signed a new contract to extend his stay at Gloucester.
Morgan, who was named recently as the winner of the QBE Man of the Series Award for his performances for England in the Autumn internationals, is currently in his third season with Gloucester.
He moved to Gloucester in the summer of 2013 and has already made nearly 50 first team appearances for the club.
He is the third current England international to agree a new contract with the club this season, following in the footsteps of Matt Kvesic and Jonny May,
We're absolutely delighted that Ben has signed a new contract with the club. He's a key part of our plans going forward and it was very important to us to secure his services.
He's been in excellent form in recent months, both for club and country, and seems to be enjoying his rugby hugely.
Most importantly though, he is happy with the direction that we're heading in and with our ambitions for the club. He wants to be part of that going forward and we're delighted that he's on board.
The Cherry and Whites number 8 is delighted to have signed on the dotted line.
Having been away with England for a few weeks in the autumn, it was great to come back to Gloucester and sign a new contract. I'm really grateful to the club for the smooth way it's been handled.
Everyone knows how much Gloucester Rugby means to me and my family, so I'm delighted to be staying. I'm enjoying my rugby and being part of a talented group of players that are improving week by week.
I genuinely believe that there is a bright future for the club, and look forward to being part of that. I can now focus on my game and playing my part in the club's future. It's very exciting.
It's been announced that Elton John and his band are to play Kingsholm Stadium in Gloucester next year as part of their European tour.
The concert on Sunday 7 June will be the rock star's first ever performance in Gloucester. It will feature classics from his five-decade-long career.
I am very much looking forward to playing my first show in Gloucester. My drummer, Nigel Olsson, and guitarist, Davey Johnstone, have been with me since 1970 and 1972 respectively and we all have such fond memories of our early shows in the area.
The fans there have always shown a great love for my music and my band and I can't wait to bring our show to Kingsholm Stadium. I promise it will be worth the wait and am sure we will all have a fantastic time.
Gloucester Rugby's Chief Executive says the club couldn't be more excited about the gig.
We have held some successful concerts at the stadium in the past but this really enhances our reputation as a venue for top quality acts and will be part of an exciting year for the club, culminating with hosting four fixtures as part of Rugby World Cup 2015 later in the year.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 28 November at 9am.
The new Director of Gloucester Rugby, David Humphreys, says it's unlikely the club could win the Premiership next season but he is optimistic about the longer-term future.
The full fixtures lists for the upcoming Aviva Premiership Rugby season have been released.
The season gets underway on Friday 5th of September. New coach Laurie Fisher will take his Gloucester side to Northampton on the opening night.
Elsewhere Bath will face a trip to the North West to Play Sale Sharks at the AJ Bell Stadium.
You can see the full fixture list for the season here.
Friday 5th Sept - Northampton Saints v *Gloucester Rugby *
Saturday 6th Sept - Sale Sharks vs *Bath Rugby *
Gloucester Rugby's new head coach, Laurie Fisher, has taken to Twitter to speak of his excitement about joining the club.
The Australian joins from UC Brumbies in Canberra.
Saddened to be leaving an outstanding group of people at the Brumbies but honoured and excited to be joining the Gloucester Rugby family
Gloucester Rugby have appointed Laurie Fisher as their new head coach for the forthcoming season.Read the full story ›
The draw for next season's European club rugby competitions has been made today
EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS CUP:
Bath in Pool 4 with Glasgow, Montpellier and Toulouse
EUROPEAN CHALLENGE CUP
Gloucester with Brive, Zebre, Oyonnax
Gloucester have appointed Ulster boss David Humphreys as their new director of rugby.Read the full story ›
Bath and Gloucester are well represented in Stuart Lancaster's starting line up as England prepare to play the All Blacks in Auckland on Saturday.
15 Mike Brown (Harlequins, 26 caps)
14 Marland Yarde (London Irish, 2 caps)
13 Manusamoa Tuilagi (Leicester Tigers, 22 caps)
12 Kyle Eastmond (Bath Rugby, 2 caps)
11 Jonny May (Gloucester Rugby, 6 caps)
10 Freddie Burns (Gloucester Rugby, 3 caps)
9 Danny Care (Harlequins, 47 caps)
1 Joe Marler (Harlequins, 19 caps)
2 Rob Webber (Bath Rugby, 5 caps)
3 David Wilson (Bath Rugby, 34 caps)
4 Joe Launchbury (London Wasps, 19 caps)
5 Geoff Parling (Leicester Tigers, 19 caps)
6 James Haskell (London Wasps, 50 caps)
7 Chris Robshaw (Harlequins, capt, 25 caps)
8 Ben Morgan (Gloucester Rugby, 20 caps)
16 Joe Gray (Harlequins, uncapped)
17 Matt Mullan (London Wasps, 3 caps)
18 Henry Thomas (Sale Sharks, 6 caps)
19 Dave Attwood (Bath Rugby, 10 caps)
20 Tom Johnson (Exeter Chiefs, 7 caps)
21 Ben Youngs (Leicester Tigers, 35 caps)
22 Danny Cipriani (Sale Sharks, 7 caps)
23 Chris Pennell (Worcester Warriors, uncapped)