Racal Decca rugby club hosted the inaugural ‘Smallest Rugby Club World Cup’ in Tolworth – just a drop kick away from the home of Rugby World Cyp 2015, Twickenham.

The international competition was open to one team, amateur, grass roots rugby clubs and was won by Cambridge-based Cottingham Renegades who beat Welsh team Magor 26-0 in the final.

2003 Rugby World Cup winning head coach Sir Clive Woodward and Surrey RFU president Trevor Sokell were at the event to congratulate and support all the teams.

While 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup winner La Toya Mason was on hand to present the trophy to Renegades captain Tom Powell.

Racal Decca skipper Sean Phelan said: “Being passionate about sport is easy – but it can be easy to forget where that passion started.

"Bringing together these grass roots teams is a means of celebrating and spot lighting the best aspects of the sport.”

He added" “We are always looking for bright new talent. However, we are also delighted to get stale old talent too."

For more information on Racal Decca RFC email rdrfcinfo@gmail.com.