BROMSGROVE head coach Dan Protherough was pleased with the way his champions overcame Whitchurch.

The Boars found themselves behind at the break last Saturday before a second half surge helped them to a 43-27 success last Saturday.

Two tries each for Ed Spalding, Tom Millen and Will Harris and one for Josh Holt completed the win.

Protherough said: "Whitchurch were very good in the first half and you could tell they were up for it.

"We've had quite a few games this season where teams are quick out of the blocks against us because of where we are in the league.

"You have to give them credit and they fully deserved their 19-7 lead at the break. They had a lively scrum-half and their front row caused us problems, especially at scrum time, which hasn't happened that often this season.

"In the end we tightened things up in the second half, stopped the silly mistakes and took advantage after they grew tired.

"The scoreline probably flattered us a little bit but we showed the qualities that have got us to where we are this season. We trusted ourselves and got the basics right and were able to get our own game going."

The coach now wants his side to end the season in style when they welcome Worcester to Finstall Park this Saturday.

"Worcester is going to be a very tough game," he added.

"We have a few players that went to uni there and know a lot of there players so we know it's a game they will have looked forward to for a while.

"They'll be determined to spoil our end-of-season party a little so we'll have to match that.

"We have our own pride and are a determined and resilient group.

"There were plenty of times against Whitchurch when the players could have not rolled their sleeves up at the end of a long season but they did what they had to do and we'll need more of that again.

"We're determined to finish the season in style."

The club will hold a family fun day for the Worcester clash (3pm kick-off). It will include Hawaiian fancy dress, street food, live music, a bouncy castle, DJ, raffle and touch rugby.

Entry costs £5 or £10 for a family pass for two adults and two children.