Their progressive success has even prompted the club to appoint a coaching panel led by Head Coach and former Matson 'old boy' now propping for Gloucester, Shaun Knight and including Worcester Warriors prop George Porter and Matson first teamer Aaron Fowke.
It certainly seems to be working as it's the first time a clubs U17 side has ever reached the National final.
"For a local side in Gloucester it's a massive achievement and to play Worcester at Sixways makes it even more special.
"It's brilliant for our boys especially as we are a very proud Gloucestershire club and the rugby is so strong at Matson."
And he knows full well that he has inherited a talented bunch of up and coming youngsters who will certainly put everything into their 80 minutes on Sunday.
While Reece Boughton is the side's points provider, full back Ryan Woodhouse and wing Aaron Moorfield are a dangerous combination in open space while many of the team's tries come from an unlikely source in the front row.
Hooker Ethan Badham has turned scoring tries from driving mauls into an art form and even racked up a hat-trick against their semi-final opponents Albanians to help ease his side into the final.
"It's a well-balanced team," sums up Knight. "If it's wet then we've got the driving maul to do the job and if it's dry then we've got the backs to match any backs in the country.
"Defence is hard to coach at this age and so we're all about attacking and scoring tries. Plus it's also about heart!"
Matson U17: Ryan Woodhouse; Adam Stevens, Josh Harris, Joel James, Aaron Moorfield; Ollie Locke, Reece Boughton; Conrad James, Ethan Badham, Jack Rickets; Archie Mann, Ellis Holder; Conner Jones, Nick Lear, Dan Martin.
Reps - Sam Jameson, Jake McRae, Mike Derbridge, Farrell Gwilliam, Joe Hamblin, Malik Kent.
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