The series of games throughout the day concluded in a close Under 12 final where Stroud RFC were crowned the winners over the an impressive outfit from Newents RFC, winning 10-5.
In the Under 11 final, Hucclecote RFC were the victors, defeating the Bredon Buzzards, who made for tough opponents.
As well as winning the festival, the young players have also won places in the prestigious Land Rover Parade of Champions where they will be presented to a sell out 81,600 crowd at Twickenham during the Guinness Premiership Final on May 29th.
The winners and runners up on the day were presented with their trophies and medals by international referee Chris White, who said:
"It's great that Land Rover support grassroots rugby. It has been a really exciting day, which has been thoroughly enjoyed by all involved."
|The successful Stroud U12s squad|
|(c) Gloucester Rugby|
Andy Brown, from Gloucester Rugby's Community department commented on the day:
"Tournaments such as the Land Rover Premiership Cup give these children crucial opportunities to engage with rugby."
"As a Premiership Club, it is great to be able to see the stars of the sport in the future in action. This is especially the case, as the first step of our player development pathway starts at Under 13's, so the Land Rover Premiership Cup allows these players to push themselves forward for further opportunities."
Commenting on the support of the Land Rover Premiership Cup, Anthony Bradbury, Marketing Director of Land Rover UK, said:
"We are delighted that the Land Rover Premiership Cup has been such a success. It is a significant initiative which provides a unique opportunity for young players to channel their enthusiasm for the sport and to play in a national tournament."
"Land Rover's commitment to rugby now covers all levels of the game, supporting the elite of the England team to young players of the future, and this is something we are extremely proud of."