The Aviva A League final takes place at Sixways Stadium tonight, with Worcester Cavaliers hosting Saracens Storm.
It is a fitting final, the two sides finished top of their respective conferences before Worcester went on to beat Bath United in their semi final and Saracens beat Newcastle Falcons A in theirs.
Saracens Storm are once again captained by England U20 international Maro Itoje, who is joined by fellow JWC winners Nick Tompkins at inside centre, Biyi Alo at tighthead, and Hayden Thompson-Stringer at blindside.
There is also plenty of experience in the Saracens line up, with Ben Ransom at full back, Nils Mordt at fly half, Welsh international Rhys Gill at loosehead, and U.S. international Hayden Smith alongside Itoje in the second row.
Meanwhile on the bench youngsters like Max Wilkins and Millfield School leaver Tom Whiteley will likely come on.
Worcester Cavaliers too are mixing youth with experience, they are led from scrum half by JB Bruzulier, with Ignacio Mieres at fly half and Scotland international AlexGrove at outside centre.
The experienced duo of James Percival and Dan Sanderson are in the second row, but in the back row Old Swinford Hospital leaver Huw Taylor starts at 6.
On the bench the likes of former Kingâ€™s Worcester 1st XV captain Andrew Boyce will await their chance to come on and influence the game.
With so many youngsters on show, this ought to be a real chance to see some of the stars of the next few years performing at their best.
Aviva A League Final â€“ Worcester Cavaliers v Saracens Storm â€“ Sixways Stadium, 19.30
15 Ben HowardÂ 14 James StephensonÂ 13 Alex GroveÂ 12 Ravai FatiakiÂ 11 Dean HammondÂ 10 Ignacio MieresÂ 9 JB Bruzulier (c)Â 1 Ofa Fainga’anukuÂ 2 Niall AnnettÂ 3 Joe ReesÂ 4 James PercivalÂ 5 Dan SandersonÂ 6 Huw TaylorÂ 7 Mat GilbertÂ 8 Richard de Carpentier.
Replacements:Â 16 Ben SowreyÂ 17 Ryan BowerÂ 18 Mike DanielsÂ 19 Shay KerryÂ 20 Charlie MulchroneÂ 21 Robbie KeithÂ 22 Perry HumphreysÂ 23 Andrew Boyce.
15. Ben Ransom; Â 14. Mike Ellery, Â 13. Tim Streather, Â 12. Nick Tompkins, Â 11. Catalin Fercu; Â 10. Nils Mordt, Â 9. Ben Spencer; Â 1. Rhys Gill, Â 2. Jared Saunders, Â 3. Biyi Alo, Â 4. Maro Itoje (c), Â 5. Hayden Smith, Â 6. Hayden Thompson-Stringer, Â 7. Matt Hankin, Â 8. Nick de Jager.
Replacements: Â 16. Josh Taylor, Â 17. Jack Culverhouse, Â 18. Ben Featherstone, Â 19. Jack Tredrea, Â 20. Kennett Oâ€™Neil, Â 21. Tom Whiteley, Â 22. Max Wilkins, 2 3. Thretton Palamo.