It may have been a bad year for Huddersfield RUFC, but the rugby season isn’t over just yet for three of their players.

That’s because Chris Bell, Lewis Bradley and Lewis Workman are on the way to Twickenham on Saturday to play in the Under 20 County Championship final.

Yorkshire face Northumberland at HQ, and for Bell – who has been captain three times in the absence of injured George Hedgley – it will be his last appearance in the age range.

“It’s a huge honour to have captained the lads,” said Bell.

“I’m immensely proud to not only represent my county but to captain some games has been an incredible experience and something that I will remember forever.”

Yorkshire have put together four straight wins.

Chris Bell in action for Huddersfield RUFC

“Reaching the final is a great achievement as it’s shown consistency in our performances throughout the year,” added the fly half.

“And with the final being at Twickenham, it makes it that bit sweeter.

“Last year we were doing it not only for ourselves, but for the lads who were in their last season at Under 20 level.

“We wanted them to go out on winning ways as we knew we could make up for anything bad happening this year.

“So this year I hope that’s going to happen for me and the rest of us who are too old to play next year.

“I want to go out of age-grade rugby a winner, and it would top off a thoroughly enjoyable three years with Yorkshire Under 20s.”

Bell believes his Huddersfield colleagues have also done well.

“It’s been really good for us three to play together,” he said.

“It’s a shame that Lewis Workman has only been selected for one match, which I think is unfortunate on him, but playing together was a good move.

“At certain times we have all linked well and created a few tries by being on the same page as each other, obviously coming from playing together at Huddersfield.

“Hopefully this will carry on and help us win at Twickenham.”

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Head coach Anthony Posa has seen his side beat finalists Northumberland already this year, but Bell reckons it will be a completely different ball game this weekend.

“It’s going to be a tough task,” said Bell. “They have developed and got new players in the team, just like we have, so it’s going to be a completely different game.

“We must ensure we do the exact same preparation as we have in each and every game this season and then not choke on the big occasion.

“I’m confident in my teammates that we can go down there and get a win, which we are all dreaming of.”