This year the festival will be larger than ever with 54 teams taking part, ranging from neighbouring clubs to visiting touring sides from further afield.
The event will have more than 800 girls and boys aged 6-12 attending. There will be a strong emphasis on fair play and sportsmanship.
As well as entertaining rugby the venue will have bouncy castles and face painters to keep the children entertained between matches together with on-site photographer with prints able to be taken away on the day.
The foundation behind the festival was established in the memory of Trevor Ward, a former rugby and cricket club player, coach, captain and life member of both clubs sharing Queens Park. He died aged 71 in 2006.
The aim of the foundation is to aid youngsters from both clubs and other local organisations to fulfil their full sporting potential.
It proposes to organise junior events and tournaments, fostering a keen, sporting spirit between dedicated youngsters.
The foundation strives to provide financial support and encouragement to individuals and teams embodying the qualities of determination, loyalty, commitment and a sense of fair play Trevor held so close.