Our U18 VIIs gave a great performance at the Rosslyn Park National Schools Sevens, the world’s largest school rugby tournament.

In their first game against King’s College Taunton, they came up against a strong side who were extremely accurate with the ball. They went on to have a brilliant game and narrowly lost 21-26 against Morrison’s Academy, Scotland which was streamed live. The squad saved their best performance for the final game which led to an excellent win against Llanishen High, Wales. It was a good outing for the squad and a great way to finish the 7s season.

Mr Michael Hebden, Whole School Director of Sport

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