SWINDON are three wins away from walking out at Twickenham Stadium after an emphatic 64-26 victory over Corsham in the Dorset & Wilts Intermediate Cup Final last weekend.

The national competition, which is split into regional categories, gives level seven teams the opportunity to lift silverware at the country’s most prestigious rugby arena.

Following their four-point success against Swanage & Wareham in the semi-final, Nick Brooks’ men were seemingly in no mood to be involved in another close encounter in the final and easily brushed aside Corsham aside.

Having only beaten the same opponents by seven the previous weekend in a Southern Counties South league contest, Brooks was delighted to see his team respond in such a dominant manner on Chippenham RFC’s new artificial surface.

Head coach Brooks said: “We put a few things right from the week before and we had a very strong squad of 22 players that travelled.

“We came out ready to play because we had played them the week before and we felt like we really underperformed in the league game.

“This was our opportunity to put it right in a cup final.

“We were very dominant in all aspects of the game, we were constantly on the front foot and without wishing to sound disrespectful, the 26 points that Corsham scored was quite flattering to them.”

Brooks has previously mentioned he does not want his side to be a team that fluctuates between level six and seven rugby.

However, the Swindon coach was adamant the cup final performance was certainly deserving of playing at a standard above already.

Brooks said: “We were the dominant side for 75 minutes.

“The guys played phenomenally, we were very clinical and ruthless at times, and we demonstrated our quality.

“We demonstrated that our style and standard of rugby is deserving of playing at level six and not level-seven rugby.”

The region’s other first teams were without fixtures this weekend due to a break in the league schedule.

Swindon return to action away at Devizes this weekend, Royal Wootton Bassett travel to Chippenham, SCOB take on Corsham and Supermarine host Combe Down II.