City have now gained six wins in their last eight and moved up to 13th in the table.
Joe Parker’s first half goal was enough to earn them all three points last weekend, as they now face Hungerford Town.
“We have just been really resilient, I was ecstatic that we came away with the three points and a one nil win last week," Richards told the club's website.
"The last win showed what the boys are capable of.
"They didn’t play well but still got the win.”
Gloucester will look to continue this good run and to climb the table.
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