Chiswick fly half Simon Hallett admitted he was nervous before taking his crunch final minute penalty against Diss but felt confident he'd be able to enjoy his own Jonny Wilkinson moment.
The two sides were locked at 13-13 and the Norfolk side had just pulled level after a try but Jon Joyce won a penalty from the kick off and, cool as a cucumber, Hallett slotted over to secure promotion.
He said: “I was a bit nervous as that's my role in the team. It crept over and the rest is history. I was pretty confident.
“I had been striking it from halfway in the warm. It didn't win the match as there were other factors.”
Hallett runs the minis at the club and believes the upcoming World Cup will have a positive impact on the club, especially now they're in the sixth tier of English rugby.
He said: “I think it will. I know Hounslow Council are working with the RFU. We've got a scheme in place.
“We'll be involved in local schools and we'll attend the summer fairs. Where we are is a rugby hotbed and we come across that all the time.
“We've seen the minis go from strength to strength and the World Cup can only improve that.”
Hallett is confident, though, that his side won't just be there to be the whipping boys but admitted they'd have to dedicate a bit more time to their rugby.
He said: “I was playing a bit higher in National Three and National Two. We've played Civil Service.
“The jump is considerable. The boys didn't need to go to the gym and it goes from the social aspect to more serious. The standard jumps quite a bit in my eyes.
“We need to improve the social side of things. The boys have to bond and get on with each other. In terms of training, it will have to change.
“The boys' focus and commitment levels will have to go up as well.”