Gloucester keep up the pressure on the Premiership leaders after a hard fought victory over Leicester.
It was a dream start for the Cherry and Whites with Charlie Sharples scoring a first minute try.
After a penalty apiece, Scott Hamilton crossed the line to reduce the deficit in the 13th minute.
Freddie Burns then increased the home side's advantage with a great try after chipping the Leicester defence.
Akapusi Qera's second half try looked to have made the game safe, but when the hosts had two players sin-biinned, Leicester were awarded a penalty try which closed the gap to just six points.
It led to a tense final 18 minutes, but Gloucester held on for their fifth league win of the season.