The final took place during half-time of Gloucester's match against Worcester and in front 12,500 Kingsholm crowd, Churchdown Village Junior School came up against Gretton Primary for the chance to visit Twickenham to compete in the national finals.
However, the match was settled as extra timed beckoned when Churchdown managed to get the ball to the wing, who then sniped through the Gretton line, to score in the dying seconds.
Paul Rudland, Gloucester Rugby Community Development officer, said: "The match was an excellent finale to the recent schools programme. Both teams competed well and should be proud of their performance."
The teams stepped onto the pitch in front of a packed house at Kingsholm, the atmosphere was already electric but none of the youngsters seemed phased by the experience and put on a fantastic display of tag rugby. The Kingsholm crowd encouraged the teams and showed their appreciation with great applause at the final whistle