Droitwich, lead by their team coach Andy Hook, topped the group and clawed their way through a tough semi-final against Bishop Perowne, Worcester, before facing a talented Blessed Edward side in the tournament final.
In a nail biting game, which produced some outstanding rugby, normal time could not decide a winner. The game went to extra time, which sees teams drop players as time progresses. At four players aside, some quick thinking from Droitwich saw them score from a quick tap penalty and triumph as tournament winners.
As part of the prize for making the final, Warriors look forward to welcoming both schools to Sixways Stadium to play a half-time game at one of the Championship games in the new season.