DEBUTANTS Hermitage went all the way to glory in their section of the Year Five and Six Congleton Borough Tag Rugby tournament on Wednesday.
The Holmes Chapel school will now go on to play against Havanah of Congleton to see who will represent Congleton Borough at the Youth Games in 10 days.
Sandbach's St John's School could not take part last week but Goostrey, Holmes Chapel and Offley primary schools played on alongside Hermitage and Cled-ford of Middlewich.
In League A, Holmes Chapel A were the outright winners, being victorious in all three of their games, and Goostrey A and Offley drew for second place, with both winning, losing and drawing one game each.
Offley still progressed through to the semi-finals, though, having scored two more tries than Goostrey A.
In League B, there was a tie for first place between Goostrey B and Hermitage, which again was decided by the number of tries scored.
Hermitage came out on top by two tries, setting up a semi-final encounter with Offley while Holmes Chapel A and Goostrey B contested the other.
In two very tight games, Holmes Chapel came out on top by eight tries to six and, in the last play of the match, Hermitage pipped Offley to win 6-5.
Hermitage, in their first outing at the tag rugby tournament, came out as the winners of the cup with a victory over Holmes Chapel.
In the Plate competition, Goostrey B came away with the silverware, with Holmes Chapel B as runners-up. Trials will be taking place shortly for the borough boys' Year 8 team. For more information, phone Sue Brereton on 01270 763231.