Warwick sealed back to back U15 NatWest Cup titles after a late first half try and some outstanding defence saw them oust QEGS Wakefield 17-0.
Extraordinarily it was exactly the same two sides lining up against each other as at this stage last year, all the more extraordinary because of the high player turnaround given that rugby is played by year at these age groups.
Mentally though that will have given Warwick a slight edge given their victory last year, however the game began in a very tense manner, with neither side wishing to risk too much.
However as the half wore on Warwick really began to build some pressure, with QEGS having to make a number of last ditch, try-saving, tackles. That sort of pressure can only be held at bay for so long, and so it proved as eventually Warwick moved the ball from one side of the pitch to the other for Dylan Badhan to go crashing over with the final play of the half.
It was a crucial time to score, leaving QEGS on the back foot at the break when they would have been feeling reasonably happy with things before then.
They did respond though, coming firing out at Warwick in the second half. Frankly, were it not for Warwickâ€™s organized and outstanding defending in the first half of the second period, they might not have won this game. Nick David at full back had to make a couple of crucial hits, while Will Tanner on the left wing had to use the touchline as his friend on a number of occasions.
The champions saw off that period well though and soon came into a period of dominance themselves as they began so sense that back to back Cup glory was upon them.
As the game moved into the final ten minutes they strung together some strong possession, driving into the QEGS half as the Wakefield side tried desperately to keep them out.
They succeeded initially however some brilliant driving work saw Warwickâ€™s big second row, Oliver Richardson, surge over to seal the victory for his side.
There were still seven or eight minutes left on the clock though, and with a couple of injury breaks included in that it was a reasonably nervy closing stage for both sides.
Warwick have the experience of winning this great trophy before though and with a couple of minutes to play they expertly began to slow the game down, even allowing the coaches the luxury of bringing on their subs to give them all that Twickenham experience.
It might have felt like a long couple of minutes but Warwick were not about to let that happen as with a party atmosphere already fully underway with their brilliant supporters Theo Spencer went absolutely flying over on the left hand side to stretch the lead out even further.
Ben Harding landed a tough conversion with the very last touch of the game, sending Warwickâ€™s loyal and loud support into ecstasy as they secured their second U15 Cup victory in succession and set up the opportunity for their 1st XV to set up a special U15 and U18 double.
15 Harry ClibbensÂ 14 Tom JenkinsonÂ 13 Joe GatusÂ 12 Luke AdamsÂ 11 Chesachi Hani-OkaroaforÂ 10 Henry WrightÂ 9 Sam Tovey;Â 1 Harvey FarrarÂ 2 Nathan Youngs (captain)Â 3 Callum FarleyÂ 4 Edan KellyÂ 5 Sachin GognaÂ 6 Max HansonÂ 7 Joey SelimÂ 8 George Charnock.
Replacements: 16 Tom HewsonÂ 17 Sufyaan RafiÂ 18 Ben EamesÂ 19 Ben WhyteÂ 20 Tom StephensonÂ 21 Tom AldertonÂ 22 Tom Macrow.
15 Nick DavidÂ 14 Will TannerÂ 13 Paulo PeschisolidoÂ 12 Theo SpencerÂ 11 Dylan BadhanÂ 10 Ben HardingÂ 9 Sam Forster;Â 1 Tristan BrookerÂ 2 Martin HoÂ 3 Oran Aske-HaleyÂ 4 Oliver ThorneyworkÂ 5 Oliver RichardsonÂ 6 Jack FirthÂ 7 Will FawcettÂ 8 Nick Rigby (captain).
Replacements: 16 Sam HillÂ 17 Zach ShirleyÂ 18 James McSharryÂ 19 Harvey InnocentÂ 20 Colia LouisÂ 21 Joe GrahamÂ 22 Charles Arnault.