Churchdown Primary School took the honours at the Gloucester Rugby Club Powergen sponsored TAG rugby festival at Longlevens Rugby Club.
The strength in depth of talented youngsters at Churchdown was such that they were able to field two teams for the tournament who both reached the final on 3 March.
Teams from Longlevens Junior School, Innsworth Junior School, St Peter's Junior School, and Parton Manor Junior School joined Churchdown in a two-pool format. The two sides from Churchdown won their respective pools to reach the play against each other in the final.
The Gloucester school will now be invited to send a team to Kingsholm to play against three other festival winners in a further TAG event, ahead of the Zurich Premiership clash at home to Leeds Tykes on 9 April.
The event at the beginning of April will decide the school that will represent Gloucester Rugby Club at the final stage of the tournament on Powergen Cup final day at Twickenham in April.
At the end of this week's festival all players received a medal from Gloucester and England star Andy Hazell.
The festival was the culmination of four weeks of TAG rugby coaching, delivered by students on the rugby studies course at Hartpury College, at each of the participating Primary Schools.
In addition to the coaching and the festival, the schools have also received Powergen-sponsored balls, and TAG belts to help further develop the game at school-level.
As part of the Powergen National Rugby Community Programme, Gloucester Rugby Club and Hartpury College will work with 24 Primary Schools around the county throughout this season, as well as assisting 12 local junior rugby clubs at training sessions.
There is also a coaching development element to the programme, that has included sessions run by Gloucester Rugby Club coaching staff at Kingsholm this season, regularly attended by more than a hundred local coaches.
Gloucester travel to Devon to take on the Exeter Chiefs in the opening round of the LV= Cup on Saturday and, with several players away on international duty, Scrum Coach Trevor Woodman feels that the competition provides other players with a great chance to show what they can do.
Man of the Match Matt Kvesic confirmed that Gloucester were anticipating a physical encounter in Oyonnax, and duly got one. The flanker told GRTV that taking the win and denying the home side even a bonus point was a big achievement.
Speaking after he kicked 20 points in Gloucester's 25-15 win over Oyonnax on Saturday evening, Greig Laidlaw admitted that the game had been every bit as challenging as expected and praised the massive effort put in by the pack.
Speaking after the 25-15 European Rugby Challenge Cup win in France, David Humphreys told the local media that he was delighted that his Gloucester team matched Oyonnax's intensity on the night and made it two wins from two in Europe.
Gloucester travel to Oyonnax for the second round of the European Rugby Challenge Cup on Saturday evening, and Director of Rugby David Humphreys is expecting a big test from the French side, feeling that their league position doesn't reflect their recent performances.
Speaking exclusively to Gloucester Rugby TV, Matt Kvesic explained that his decision to extend his contract at Kingsholm was a simple one and that he was hugely excited for the future in Cherry and White.
Speaking after the 55-0 win over CA Brive, Jonny May told GRTV that he's delighted that the team's hard work is starting to pay dividends but was equally happy for his friend and team mate, Charlie Sharples, on what was a big night for his fellow winger.