SOUTHEND Saxons will be looking to put in a ‘massive performance’ in memory of their former scrum half Shaun Lewis this weekend.

Lewis died suddenly aged 30 earlier this week.

And Southend skipper Ian Morrison insists his side are determined to put in a fine display when they host Eton Manor in the final game of the London One North season tomorrow.

“Motivation is high and the weekend will be a great example of how the club can come together to demonstrate how much more we are than just rugby,” said Morrison.

“We have been shocked by the devastating news of Shaun Lewis a great player and bloke passing away and there will be a live performance by Legge's son.

“The boys are going to be putting a massive performance in.”

Southend head into the clash sitting eighth in the standings.

And Morrison is keen to finish the season on a high.

“I expect a full-blooded encounter,” said Morrison.

“We felt hard done by in the first game with a little naivety on our part losing us the game, so we are motivated to win the return.”

Southend sit one place and two points higher than Manor with just one game to go.

And Morrison believes it has been a good season for the Saxons.

“It's been a good season with some good attacking rugby and we've blooded some exciting youngsters like Jac Sexton and Jake Tottman,” said Morrison.

“We are aiming for higher league positions but the future is looking promising with a great feel around the club as a whole with high expectations going into next season.”