The Under 11 final was a titanic tussle for those in attendance, with the impressive Old Silhillians being equally matched by Stourbridge, while Wolverhampton won the Plate competition beating Droitwich in the final.
A total of 16 teams took part in the competition. George Brown, from Dudley RFC, won the Land Rover Spirit Award for his enthusiasm and never-say-die attitude.
Participating players at the festival also had the opportunity to meet Warriors players Shaun Perry and Ravai Fatiaki, who took time out of their schedules to watch the young teams as well as offer some coaching tips between games.
The Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup, now in its fifth year, has seen over 30,000 children take part from all over the country.
So get involved and support the young stars of your local clubs, who are all battling it out to realise their ambitions of regional recognition.
For more information on the Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup please visit www.premiershiprugby.com/landrovercup.