Stow on the Wold RFC made it a league and cup double last month as they beat Old Patesians 41-0 to cruise to Combination Cup glory.

Having already secured the Tribute Southern Counties North league title with 20 wins from 22 games, Stow made light work of Old Pats in the final to make it a brilliant season for the Cotswold-based side.

The Corns made a fast start to the final and opened the scoring after just four minutes thanks to Craig Chapman's try and Tom Eddolls' conversion.

Eddolls then added a penalty to make it 10-0 in the 12th minute to extend the lead before Chapman crossed again after some stunning build-up to see the score grow further to 17-0.

There was no letting up from Stow and they ended the half with a third try as Will Debenham touched down after a prolonged spell of possession.

It was much the same after the break and only a minute had passed before a delightful team move saw the ball kept alive and ended with Gus Hayward crossing the line.

Eddolls converted and the result was now no longer in any doubt but Old Pats dug their heels in to make better of the game.

But their resistance was once again breached as a dominant line-out drive saw Ben Canning bundle his way over for another score.

There was still time left for one more.

Toby Stayt made a fantastic impact off the bench, winning a breakdown turnover before a rip and roll saw him dive over the line for the sixth and final try of the afternoon.