Harrow under-10s secured a double triumph in the Ruislip Sevens Festival, winning both the Cup and Plate competitions.
The A Team had a superb run to the Cup Final, winning all three pool matches, scoring 22 tries on the way and conceding none.
In their semi-final they beat Ruislip B by five tries to one.
The final against Twickenham was a tough game but Harrow secured victory with their best display of teamwork this season, closing down their opponents at every opportunity by determined and disciplined tackling, rucking and mauling, and winning by two tries to nil.
All players scored during the day, with many fine tries resulting from good support play and excellent offloading.
Harrow under-10s B had a more troubled run in their pool games, but made it to the Plate final where they met Ruislip, and saved their best performance for last as they ran out winners by four tries to one thanks to some superb running and support play.
* Harrow under-8s played some superb tag rugby to win the Cup at the Barking Mini/Midi Festival.
It was a tremendous and determined effort from the whole squad resulting in their first ever tournament trophy.
After a shaky start, they made a great comeback in the first game from being 1-4 down at half time to winning the game 5-4 against Colchester A.
Try scorers were Conor Liddell (two), Daniel McEvoy (two) and Harry Logan.
Against Blackheath, the final score to Harrow was 8-3, thanks to tries from Sam Clancy (two), Rory Kavanagh, Conor Liddell, Callum Manning, Harry Logan, Daniel McEvoy and William Stephenson.
Some brilliant solo runs and great defending from the players saw Harrow win 6-3 against Sidcup.
Callum Manning (two), Harry Logan (three) and Conor Liddell all scored tries.
The final was a very tense game but Harrow eventually ran out 5-4 winners with Harry Logan (two), Callum Manning (two) and Daniel McEvoy all scoring tries. A fantastic performance and a thoroughly deserved win.
Harrow's under-8s B team put in a brave performance, drawing 5-5 against Barking, Thomas Chilcott, Sebastian Cronier Mackie (two), Jude Bankes and Alfie Richardson scoring tries.
In their other games they were overwhelmed, losing 2-8 to Colchester B (Sebastian Cronier Mackie and Jake Cooney scoring) and 1-6 against Blackheath, Ben Robeson scoring their try.