BASINGSTOKE RFC will be looking to make it a double winning season and add the Hampshire Vase to their Hampshire Premier league winning trophy.

Stoke who completed their league campaign with a 100 per cent record with a brilliant 22 wins out of 22, will hope they can chalk up one more victory.

Standing in their way at way will be Hampshire Premier rivals Millbrook, they finished sixth in the table with 12 wins and a draw from their 22 starts.

The sides will clash at Portsmouth RFC on Saturday in a game which has a noon kick-off.

To make the final, Basingstoke were given a home walkover in the semi-final against US Portsmouth, while Millbrook travelled to Fordingbridge and just edged them out 16-9.

To win the county vase Stoke will be looking to complete a hat-trick against their south Hampshire rivals.

Basingstoke beat Millbrook in the away game in early December and then again 50-8 in the home game, which was dress rehearsal of the final at Down Grange at the end of March.

Jordan Plenderleith opened the scoring which was converted by Kurtis Eagle. James Savine was next to score and Eagle made the score 14-0.

Winger Carl Hayward was next to score and this was swiftly followed by back row Sam Goddard getting over the line. Hayward bagged his second of the half. Again converted by Eagle for a 31-3 half-time lead.

After the break, Stoke added three more tries from Plenderleith, Matt Buckingham and Goddard.

Eagle kicked two conversions.