Chiswick 11 Kilburn Cosmos 7
Club President David Goodenough is in no doubt how much a Twickenham final would mean to Chiswick RFC.
The Herts/Middlesex League Division One champions are just one step away from Twickers and could take that final leap on Saturday.
They travel to Yorkshire to take on Doncaster Phoenix in the semi-finals of the EDF Energy Junior Vase.
And if they win, they will take part in finals day at the home of rugby, where they could take centre-stage along with the likes of Northampton Saints.
Ironically, Northampton are one of only three teams in the country still left unbeaten - one of the others being Chiswick.
Goodenough said: "Twickenham would just be a dream for us, it would be hard to put into words how much it would mean to the club.
"But we have a massive game first against Doncaster Phoenix, who are essentially the second team of National Division One side Doncaster Knights."
Chiswick could not have picked a better season for their unbeaten run and a possible Twickenham final - it's their 50th anniversary.
Their current success can be traced back to a decision taken 12 years ago - to dispense with their former name,
Old Meadonians, which tied them to being an old boys team for Chiswick Community School pupils.
Goodenough added: "We decided to open the club to the wider community and take on the name Chiswick. After all, the school had become more of a football than a rugby one.
"The impact was immediate. We drew in players from all around the area, and this season it just seems to have all clicked into place."
Chiswick came closest to losing their proud record on Saturday when, fielding a weakened side, they found themselves 7-5 down at half-time to Kilburn Cosmos.
Keith Luckman set up Lee Miller for the opening try but missed the conversions, which Chiswick were left to rue when Cosmos grabbed a converted try.
But two Luckman penalties within as many minutes after the break saw Chiswick triumph 11-7.