Gloucester Rugby came away with a well deserved win on the weekend after beating Newcastle Falcons 35-24 at home.
Despite still not having the rumble of the cherry and white fan’s, it didn’t stop Gloucester as came from 14 points down at half time to take the win in the second half with great tries from Louis Rees-Zammit and a brace from Willi Heinz securing their bonus point.
The win has moved Gloucester up to tenth in the table, ahead of Worcester and Newcastle. This is great for Gloucester fans as they didn’t get off to the best of starts, and remained at the bottom of the table for the first half of the season.
Hot shot, Louis Rees-Zammit was awarded man of the match after scoring and assisting in various tries throughout the game.
After his triumphant effort in the Guinness Six Nations earlier this year, 20-year-old Rees-Zammit has already made a name for himself across both national and international teams.
Here’s some clips of his game ⚡️
“He’s pretty special when he gets a space and the first try he didn’t even have any space and he managed to find some.”, said Gloucester Head Coach, George Skiverton.