Chichester under-tens finished their fantastic season with an all-conquering Isle of Wight Vectis Festival tournament victory.
With a large squad of players, the boys had four games in their pool, beating Vectis, Trojans, Briton Ferry and Romsey comfortably - with 13 tries scored and only one conceded.
At unbeaten pool winners, they advanced to the semi-finals for a very physical game against Beckenham which they won 3-1.
A last huge effort from all the boys came in the final against Beccehamians, who were a physically imposing team.
Chichester flew out the blocks and never let Beccehamians get out of their own half, putting two tries past them to win the game 2-0.
Twenty teams played in the under-tens event and as usual the Chichester defence were almost completely unbreakable with only two tries scored against them in six matches.
It was a long hard day of rugby but Chichester were delighted to carry home the trophy.
CHICHESTER: Callum Budd, Louis Blanshard, Antonio and Nicky de Brunner, Freddie Slater, Sid Lewis, Ben Jameson, Patrick Mayhew, James Nutting, Ben Sizmur, Toby Young, George Fountain, Tom Lowe, Alex Evans, Alex Gillespie, Charlie Cameron, James Carter, Alfie Wakefield, Jack McCulloch.