Leicestershire 259 and 6-0 trail Gloucestershire 466-8 dec by 201 runs
Ned Eckersley and Richard Jones were unable to prevent Leicestershire from following on in Bristol despite putting on 89 for the eighth wicket against Gloucestershire.
The pair came together after Clint McKay became Liam Norwell's 200th first class wicket off the second ball of day three.
Eckersley led the way with 88 off 103 balls, having passed 50 off 66 deliveries. By the time he was bowled by Norwell, at 255 for 8, Leicestershire were still well short of their target of 317.
Unfortunately, for the visitors, Gavin Griffiths became Norwell's fifth victim of the innings, four runs later, and with Colin Ackermann unable to bat after retiring hurt on day two, their innings came to a close, still 58 run short of their initial target.
A special mention has to go to Jones, who, having survived a nasty whack to the head during the first hour, soldiered on to play his part alongside Eckersley. When Griffiths departed, Jones was 23 not out.
At lunch,the visitors were 6 for 0 in their second innings.