THE biggest day in Tenbury Rugby Club’s 60-year history awaits this weekend – and coach Andy Black is confident they can claim another scalp to lift the Midlands Junior Vase.

Unbeaten Midlands Five West North leaders Tenbury have seen off four higher-level sides already to reach Saturday’s final against Mellish at Palmers Meadow.

The Nottingham visitors sit second in Midlands Four East North but Tenbury have already beaten Greyhound, Claverdon, Old Wheatleyans and Clee Hill from that level en route to the showpiece.

And Black is hoping for a bumper crowd to cheer Tenbury on to regional glory and within one further win of a National Vase final appearance at Twickenham.

He said: “It will be a tough test but we proved ourselves against Old Wheatleyans, who were top of their league when we played them.

“We just have to play our own game, stick to our gameplan and make sure we are not overawed by the occasion. They are just another team we have to beat to get to Twickenham.

“It’s certainly the biggest game in the club’s history but we have players who have played at higher levels and they will be a stabilising factor for us."