IN-FORM Droitwich Rugby Club will look to move one step closer to an outing at Twickenham when they visit Whitchurch in the Midlands Intermediate Cup final on Saturday (3pm).

A victory will see Droitwich progress to the semi-final of the RFU Intermediate Cup and a win away from a place at England’s national stadium.

The Glyn Mitchell Memorial Ground outfit are in a rich vein of form but director of rugby Adam Drew is wary of their power-packed opponents.

“We played Whitchurch at the beginning of the season and lost by three points,” Drew said.

“But we are a different side now and we are looking forward to the challenge.

“Whitchurch are very forward dominant so if we can hold our own up front and play fast-flowing rugby then we should be fine.”

Droitwich extended their winning streak in Midlands Two West (South) to 17 following a 45-5 victory at third-placed Kenilworth.

Drew, whose side are six points clear at the top of the table, said: “We never expected to win by such a big margin.

“Kenilworth are a very good team and were really targeting us so it was one of our best performances of the season.

“We were all over them.”