DRAW specialists Vauxhalls gained another point however it was more a case of two points lost as opposed to one point gained.
This was despite the home side going down to 10 men just after half time with the sending off of winger Robbie Booth.
The first half was fairly even however the first decent opportunity fell to the home side on 19 minutes. Brian Moogan whipped in a dangerous corner from the right which was met with a right foot shot by captain Chris Lane but his right foot effort from 8 yards out was well blocked by Mike Green.
On 51 minutes the Motormen found themselves down to 10 men when Robbie Booth was sent off for a second bookable offence. This seemed to lift the home side and from this time it was one way traffic towards the Gloucester goal.
On 71 minutes sub Chris Noone found space on the right wing and perhaps should have done better with a right foot shot from close range but his effort found the side netting. Just 2 minutes later, Moogan hit a powerful free kick from 25 yards out which went inches wide of the left hand post.
Vauxhalls continued to push forward and on 76 minutes striker Karl Noon ran at the home defence, he beat his man and cut in from the left but was unlucky to see his right foot shot rise over the crossbar.
Gloucester substitute Jack Pitcher could have grabbed all 3 points for the visitors with a couple of minutes to spare but his close range header was straight at Vauxhall keeper Danzelle St-Louis Hamilton.
Man of the match – Tom Hannigan (Vauxhall)
Vauxhalls: St Louis-Hamilton, Moogan, Dames. Lane, Hannigan, Wilson, Egerton (K Smith 55), Booth, Noon, Hine (Wright 46), Davies (Noone 55)
Subs not used: Holmes, Holden