Sir Thomas Rich's, beaten finalists in the 2013 final to Chosen Hill, overcame Castle School, Thornbury in their semi-final and Churchdown triumphed over Crypt School to reach the showpiece event at Kingsholm.
Watched on by a vociferous crowd of family and friends, the two teams clearly were enjoying their rugby on the big stage and on the large Kingsholm pitch.
It was Churchdown who flew out of the blocks, with the kick-off knocked on the ball was recycled through the phases until fly half Reece Turner-Walsh spotted a gap and raced away for the score.
Tommies then wrestled back some control, they showed good understanding in their back division with clever lines, but Churchdown were working hard in defence and ball retention was hard to come by for both sides.
The try did come for Tommies however, a smart kick from outside half Kai Hall found Henry McCloskey in space and the winger showed great balance and pace to speed away from the cover and dot down under the posts, a score which Little then improved to put the Longlevens' school into the lead.
But Churchdown hit back, firstly Tommies' second row Thomas Goldsby was brave in defence to stop a certain score but the try did come, and it was a very neatly worked one for Churchdown.
Turner-Walsh burst through and sucked in defenders until a neat offload out of the tackle saw number eight Tyler Malcolm show impressive strength to dot down. Turner-Walsh then thumped over the conversion out wide to make the score 12-7 to Churchdown.
The breakdown was well contested but penalties were creeping into Sir Thomas Rich's game and Turner-Walsh opted to add another three on the stroke of half time.
Half Time score: Sir Thomas Rich's 7-15 Churchdown School
Chasing the game for the second half of twenty-five minutes, Tommies had to score first and they nearly did so, as full back Dan Akiat, a stand out player with his express pace and powerful tackling broke through on several occasions but found Turner-Walsh and captain Jones constantly on hand to make the tackle.
Tommies battered on the door, with Churchdown trying to play on the counter-attack, but the defence was spirited and most importantly, firm.
Tommies did finally cross the whitewash as Goldsby powered his way over from close range. Little's conversion was however charged down and Tommies still trailed by 3 points with less than five minutes remaining.
Jones' last-gasp tackle on Akiat was key in the final stages and as Tommies struggled to find the cutting edge to touch down, Churchdown secured the win as they held up an attacker in the shadow of their own posts and referee Ian Morris called time on a really exciting afternoon.
Congratulations to Churchdown School on their win and commiserations to Sir Thomas Rich's. Thank you to EDF Energy for their continued support of the competition.
Final Score: Sir Thomas Rich's 12-15 Churchdown School
Churchdown School: Jacob Seddon, Callum Gardner-White, Harry Woodard, Reece Turner-Walsh, Dan Leese, Archie Rudge, Jamie Mayall; Tyler Malcolm, Toby Jones (c), Alfie Cooper, Charlie Dyke, Lee Leach, Will Robb, Harry Pitt, Callum McDowell.
Replacements: Liam Bevan, Callum Radford, Kai Grainger, Sam Russell, Dominic Huber, Jamie Chamberlain, Archie Cooper, Tom Peacey, Ben Smith.
Sir Thomas Rich's School: Dan Akiat (c), Henry McCloskey, Rhys Willis, Tom Farmer, Oli Thomas, Kai Hall, Toby Matthews; Craig Jones, Mathew Webster, Craig Johnstone, Joshua Trehearne, Thomas Goldsby, Luke Griffin, Alistair Martin, Ben Sherbourne.
Replacements: Aaron James, Harry Jenkins, Bradley Dale, Nathaniel Colona, Ben Higgs.
Referee: Mr Ian Morris
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