Maidenhead rugby club sent four U9 teams to the annual Brean Sands festival with 33 boys competing against teams from as far afield as the Czech Republic.
Maidenhead Spitfires came away with the coveted U9s Discipline award while the Hurricanes beat allcomers winning their 10 matches over the two days, ending up as the only unbeaten U9s side in the tournament.
'Invincible' Maids U15s celebrate double league triumph
Maidenhead's U15s ended a stellar season with a record-breaking performance in the Berkshire Youth League (BYL). In a remarkable run of success, the U15A and U15B sides dominated both Division 1 and Division 2 of the BYL, winning all 15 games played.
Maidenhead As sealed the League Title with a 41-14 away victory at Redingensian As, leaving them with 8 victories and 0 defeats as runaway winners, with a remarkable points difference of over 200.
Comfortable victories during the season against such powerful local rivals as Bracknell As, Newbury As and Windsor As, confirmed Maidenhead as the overwhelmingly dominant side in Berkshire at this age group.
Maidenhead Bs also wrapped up their league campaign with a notable victory over Redingensians, comfortably dispatching their B side 62-0 at Braywick. The victory left them clear champions of Division 2, having the remarkable record of a bonus point win in every game played.
This included claiming the scalps of a number of A sides, including Reading Abbey, Hungerford, Reading and Tadley as well as putting Bracknell Bs and Newbury Bs to the sword. With a perfect record and a points difference of nearly 300, Maids Bs ended up winners of the league by a clear 10 points.
Head coach of the age group, Mike Andrew, said: 'I am delighted and proud to end the 2016/17 season so strongly and this is testament to the boys' commitment and attitude towards their rugby, but also the great teamwork and comradeship build up over the years in this age group.'