Head coach James Kerr says he would love to see his side top the 100-points mark in their final game at Pinley.
The newly-crowned Midlands Two West South champions beat Pinley to clinch the title and on Saturday they bring the curtain down on a memorable season. Bulls are on 96 points, ten clear of title rivals Earlsdon.
The ground work has been done over the last couple of seasonsHead coach James Kerr
Kerr said: “We can got to Spartans as champions and it would be great to reach the 100-points mark if we could.
“The ground work has been done over the last couple of seasons and this time we’ve got our reward. The vast majority of the players have come through from the Colts.
“Our objective was to be in contention but as the season progressed we got into a strong position. The game against Earlsdon, when we won 33-0, convinced the players they were good enough to go on and win the league.”