Richmond Women made it double delight for the Athletic Ground club as they claimed the Women's Senior Cup crown on Sunday.

Skipper Jackie Shiels' side crushed Saracens 29-0 at Licfield RFC 24 hours after men's captain Will Warden had lifted the National Division One trophy on home soil.

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Proud moment: Richmond director of rugby Steve Hill, left, and skipper Will Warden collected the National Division One trophy on Saturday after their 25-22 to Rosslyn Park

Sunday's triumph for the women - thanks to tries from Stacey White, Sammy Crandell, Davinia Monteiro and Leanne Riley - was the 12th cup win in the club's history and the 74th in all competitions over Saracens, who they also beat in the Premiership final in January.

Warden's men lost 25-22 to Rosslyn Park on the day, but had already done enough to win the league with last week's narrow 33-29 at Hartpury College.

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Squad effort: Richmond's men line up for a team shot after being presented with the National Division One trophy by RFU chief executive Ian Ritchie

Tries from Will Browne, Jack Allcock (two) and Jamie Thompson had Richmond's men 22-20 up against Park until the visitors scored a late winner.

Director of rugby Steve Hill said: "I am immensely proud of the effort and performance the squad put in today.

"To raise themselves as well as they did after the physical battering of last Saturday says much about the spirit of this squad.

"To get into the lead for the first time in the game with less than six minutes to go was a huge achievement.

"Congratulations to Park who with the last attack took the victory away from us.

"It was fantastic to see so many of our loyal supporters witness our skipper Will Warden lift the league title trophy - a tremendous achievement from the whole squad."

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High times: Richmond skipper Will Warden lifts the National Division One trophy aloft at the Athletic Ground on Saturday

Richmond will take a place in the Championship next term where they will lock horns with fellow Athletic Ground tennants London Scottish and neighbours London Welsh.