Cook serves up first point
TEN-MAN Gloucester claimed a point in Mike Cook’s first game in charge of the Tigers.
It means that City’s seemingly endless wait for a win goes on, but it was a decent effort in the circumstances as the hosts played 70 minutes with one man down.
Chris Knowles had already gone into the referee’s notebook by the time he was shown a straight red card for what the officials saw as a stamp.
Hungerford almost took the lead on the hour mark when a Rhys Kavanagh shot took a touch off a defender and hit the bar.
And in added time, Sam Avery survived a Hungerford penalty appeal, while Gloucester also made a goal-line clearance.