Sir Thomas Rich's route to the final began when they beat last years winners St Peters in the first round, then going on to record wins over Balcarras, Dene Magna and then Katherine Lady Berkeley in the semi-final. Chosen Hill recorded wins over Marling, Crypt, Cleeve and then a win away to Winchombe to secure their final spot.
Simon Monahan, Gloucester Community Rugby Development Manager said, 'There has been some outstanding rugby played over the course of the competition. The final promises to be a hard fought match between two teams who have gained much praise for their efforts in reaching this stage of the competition'.
The final kicks at 4.30pm at Kingsholm, entrance is free for family and friends to come and cheer on their team.
Bob Fenton Head of Communication at EDF Energy said '"We are delighted to be the sponsor of the Under 14s rugby tournament. The EDF Group are keen supporters of rugby at elite and grassroot levels, so this is a perfect fit for us as one of the biggest employers in Gloucester.
"We are looking forward to the final next Tuesday when we will be delighted to hand over the EDF Energy Cup to the winning school, so good luck to everyone involved."