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GLOUCESTER 29 WANDERERS 30 Waldouck praises Wandies’ composure

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Tries either side of half-time for Jamie Elliott and Alex Day, along with a penalty try, brought the visitors back from 21-6 down, but it still need a last-gasp penalty to finally complete the comeback at Kingsholm.

“It was a good quality game, really competitive,” Waldouck told SaintsTV. “We held in there well at the end, particularly when things seemed to be going against us and Harry Mallinder showed a lot of coolness to slot that last goal.


“When you’re points down, towards the end of a game and things aren’t going your way it’s tough. We stuck to our processes though, under pressure, and thankfully came away with the right result.”


The Wanderers are at home next Monday evening and it’s an East Midlands derby on the cards at the Gardens.


Entry for the visit of Leicester is free to all Season Ticket Holders and Bernie’s Gang Members, while tickets will be available on the gate.