The following extract is written by Inaam Mohammed and Rachel Senior who are participant on the Hitz Programme.
'On Saturday morning Tom picked us all up from our houses, we had to be up early as the journey was quite long. We set off to Twickenham at about 8am in the morning, half way through the journey we stop at the services for a rest and a bite to eat. During the journey we talked about what it would be like and if we were excited, we also played a few games which kept us interested so we didn't get bored.
When we arrived at Twickenham we had a few down falls as some of the roads were closed which made it difficult to get to where we needed to go and some of us were getting frustrated, but we managed to find a route so that we could get through. When we finally got through all the crowds and arrived at the stadium we had a look at the ground and how big it was, we were amazed at how many people that were watching. The stadium was massive and the atmosphere was great, everyone was cheering and to make it even better the sun was out.
We all enjoyed watching the game between Northampton and Leicester as it was interesting to watch and being together and having a laugh made the day even better, we all had a different view of the game but all together thought it was a great game. We stayed at the end of the game and watched the winners Leicester lift the trophy. We got loads of pictures throughout the day of us in the stadium and at the end of the game the day, we then set off back home to Manchester. We were all tired as it had been a long but brilliant day.'
A big thank-you must go to Premiership Rugby, Wooden Spoon and Comic Relief who help make the Hitz Programme happen. The experience offered to these young people will stay with them forever. And of course congratulations to Leicester Tigers on becoming champions!