- Twickenham hosts men's and women's County Champs finals
- Yorkshire, Lancashire and Durham all win
Twickenham played host to the Gill Burns Women's County Championship Division One final as well as the Bill Beaumont Men's County Championship Division One and Two finals.
Catch up on all of the action from the day below.
Yorkshire in comfortable Gill Burns victory
Yorkshire scored eight tries in a comfortable 52-0 victory over Surrey in the Division One final of the Gill Burns Women's County Championship.
It was the first time the final had been played at Twickenham and Yorkshire certainly rose to the occasion.
They made the perfect start through Lauren Bolger after a brilliant break from Sarah Dunn to give them a 5-0 lead.
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Bolger got her second just a few minutes after, sprinting down the wing to dot down and extend her side’s lead. Dunn scored her first try after 20 minutes with Yorkshire finding gaps in Surrey’s defence. Claire Garner added the extras to make it 17-0.
Centre Emma Hardy showed Yorkshire’s threats in the midfield with a scintillating break after 30 minutes to score Yorkshire’s fourth try of the game. Garner converted to give her side a 24-0 lead.
Winger Rosie Blunt showed impressive speed just minutes later to score Yorkshire’s fifth with Garner once again converting. The try gave Yorkshire a comfortable 31-0 going into the break.
Yorkshire started the second half in much the same way with winger Jodie Ounsley scoring a brilliant try with her first touch of the ball. Garner converted to bring the score to 38-0 with 41 minutes gone.
Dunn scored her second of the game soon after with Hardy stepping in to take the conversion with the final try of the game coming through replacement Savannah Andrade after the ball was shipped wide.
Lancashire defend Bill Beaumont Trophy
22 points from the boot of fly half Chris Johnson helped Lancashire seal their ninth Bill Beaumont County Championship win in 10 years with a 32-16 win over Hertfordshire.
Sean Taylor put Hertfordshire in the lead with a penalty three minutes in before Lancashire’s Johnson replied with a penalty of his own to level the scores.
Elliot Byfield scored the first try of the game, linking up brilliantly with Sean Taylor to cut through Lancashire’s defence and score in the corner to make it 8-3.
Johnson slotted a drop goal for Lancashire to narrow Hertfordshire’s lead after 20 minutes and knocked over two more penalties in the first half to give the defending champions a 12-8 at the break.
Byfield broke the deadlock in the second half with his second try of the game, turning the ball over at the ruck before diving over the line to make it 13-12 to Hertfordshire.
Another three points courtesy of Chris Johnson after a Hertfordshire tap down gave Lancashire the lead once again with 17 minutes left on the clock.
But the lead was short-lived after a high tackle gave Hertfordshire’s Taylor the chance to nudge his side ahead once again to make it 16-15.
It looked set to stay that way until full time before the ball was spread wide to Lancashire winger Anthony Bingham who made use of an overlap to sprint over in the corner with the try converted by Johnson.
A further penalty from Johnson after an infringement at the ruck from Hertfordshire all but secured the win for Lancashire and a try in the final minute from Lancashire replacement Steve Collins sealed a 32-16 win.
Durham become Division Two champions
Durham became Bill Beaumont Division Two County champions after a comfortable 46-12 win over Warwickshire.
Durham took the lead through a penalty from Joshua Bragman who put in a standout performance.
It stayed that way for much of the first half with Bragman extending their lead to six points after 36 minutes.
With Warwickshire struggling to impose themselves, Durham number 8 Danny Dixon was able to score out wide with Bragman once again slotting the extras to make it 13-0.
Durham started the second half in exactly the same way, scoring once again through Dixon with Bragman adding the conversion to make it 20-0.
Winger Sean Moloney scored Durham's third try of the game 10 minutes into the second half with the try converted to make it 27-0.
Warwickshire responded through Nyle Beckett moments later, who showed his speed to score in the corner.
And Warwickshire weren't finished there. An inside ball found Liam Munro who powered over the line. O-Brien converted to make it 27-12.
But the comeback was short-lived as just a few minutes later Moloney finished brilliantly to score his second with Bragman converting to make it 34-12.
Replacement Rob Stanwix scored Durham's fifth try of the match soon after to put the game out of site for Warwickshire.
And Second row Talite Vaiolete, who had been outstanding throughout, deservedly scored the final try of the game to make it 46-12 at the final whistle.