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Twickenham will once again host the Bill Beaumont Senior Mens County Championship on Sunday, 28 May with three finals set to be hosted throughout the day.
Oxfordshire and Sussex will start the day in the Division Three final at 10am before Lancashire take on Cornwall in the Division One final at noon.
England will then take on Barbarians at 3pm before Leicestershire take on Hampshire in the Division Two final at 5.15pm.
Cornwall look to secure treble
The showpiece event of the day, the Division One final, will see Cornwall attempt to make it three championship wins in three succesive years - a feat last achieved by Lancashire between 2009-2011.
Fittingly, the side from the north west will be their opposition and on current form it looks set to be a thrilling final.
Lancashire won all three of their group matches in convincing fashion, securing bonus-points in every game to top the group ahead of Yorkshire.
Meanwhile Cornwall will once again be a formidable force in the final. Coached by former England player Graham Dawe, Cornwall have been on an incredible run over the last few years buoyed on by the equally impressive Trelawny Army, their travelling supporters.
They once again came through their pool with ease to reach their fifth successive final and will be favourites to lift the trophy once more.
The form book
The two sides met in three successive finals between 2013 and 2015, with Lancashire taking the honours on the first two occasions before Cornwall beat them 18-13 in the 2015 final.
Ones to watch
Cornwall's Sam Matavesi is a key man for the defending champions with Dawe stating before the side's final group match against Hertfordshire that the Fijian back row had the ability to play in the Aviva Premiership.
Lancashire's Greg Nicholls is no stranger to the big stage. The scrum half represented Bristol in the Premiership between 2005-2007 as well as playing for London Welsh and Plymouth. He now plays for Fylde and the surgeon made the headlines last year for helping to resuscitate a woman while returning from a league match.
Hampshire return to HQ
Hampshire are looking to make it two wins in a row at Twickenham having beaten Staffordshire 33-11 in last year's Shield final in what was ther ever ever win at HQ.
They will take on Leicestershire in this year's Division Two final at 5.15pm with many of last year's squad forming part of this year's successful campaign.
A 39-10 win over Warwickshire sealed their place in the final having topped their group despite drawing 36-36 with Somerset.
They will face a dangerous Leicestershire side who have yet to be beaten this year. Three bonus-point wins in Pool One put them in the final.
Ones to watch
Hampshire captain Wesley Dugan returns to lead the side and the scrum half is a key player. The carptenter and Gosport & Farnham player is the elder brother of teamate Wayne Dugan.
Leicestershire's captain Matthew Tuckey is hard to miss. The 6'6", 120kg second row has previously played at Twickenham in a Shield final against Dorset & Wiltshire and has had an impressive season for Leicester Lions.
Sussex and Oxfordshire set for clash
The day will begin at 10am with the Division Three final between Sussex and Oxfordshire.
Oxfordshire's 29-30 loss to Essex in their second pool game looked likely to cost them a place in the final but they qualified at the top of their ggroup, one point clear of Essex who lost to Buckinghamshire 17-22 in their final match. They last appeared in a Twickenham final in 2006.
Susex overcame Berkshire 19-13 and Dorset & Wilts 28-10 to book their place in the final.
Ones to watch
Oxfordshire's Matthew Goode has played twice at Twickenham. The centre played for Oxfordshire in the 2003 Plate final as well as for Northampton in the Middlesex Sevens.He represented England at U18 level and Oxfordshire from U13 to U20.
Sussex full-back Maxx Morris, a barista, played at Hartpury College before a spell a spell in New Zealand playing for Pleasant Point RFC and appeared at divisional and sevens level for South Canterbury. His county debut against Dorset & Wiltshire earlier this month was extra special. He was not only on the winning side but scored one of his team’s four tries.