Stamford Under-12s travelled down the A1 with a strong core of players to face a historically strong Peterborough side.
The boys went out with guns blazing and Charlie Titcombe soon scored after a well-worked dummy. He went on to score another three tries in the 15-4 win.
Josh Jordan then opened his tally of four tries for the day, Angus Heading scored another well-worked four tries, Tom Hill ran in three, and Callum Richardson trotted in twice, once with a great take from the lineout
Jordan Collis went over with a great smile on his face, fellow hooker Josh Heyworth was cruelly denied a try with a foot in touch, and the ever-versatile Tristan Small scored a great try after good hands from Titcombe, Jordan and Richardson.
Peterborough were overwhelmed by the forward play of Oliver Ramsey, Oscar Morley, Bryson Riches, Matthew Buck, Harrison Shepherd and Joe Martin and Charlie Foster who worked very hard from five yards out for a try of his own.