The Kings School, Worcester won the Christ College Invitational Sevens this weekend in what was a high quality competition. They beat 2012 winners Llandovery College 15-12 in the final.
With the likes of Llandovery, Millfield, Ellesmere and Bryanston, it had been expected that this yearâ€™s edition of the tournament would be of the highest quality.
Kingâ€™s Worcester were by far the outstanding side though, with their Worcester U18â€™s players demonstrating their quality, George De Cothi particularly impressed, picking up the Player of the Tournament award.
With almost all of the participants taking part in the Rosslyn Park National School Sevens in March, this was an ideal opportunity to blow away a few sevens cobwebs and to size up a few of the opposition.
Kingâ€™s Worcester 15-12 Llandovery College
Kingâ€™s Worcester 14-12 Ellesmere
Llandovery 47-12 Wellington School
Llandovery 45-5 Christ College
Ellesmere 29-14 Millfield
Kings Worcester 26-0 Bryanston
Wellington School 19-14 Monmouth
Last 16 Results
Kingâ€™s Worcester 40-7 Ysgol Gyfun Glantaf
Bryanston 24-7 Cheltenham
Monmouth 26-7 Blundellâ€™s
Wellington School 33-7 Radyr
Millfield 31-12 Campion
Llandovery 47-12 Rydal
Old Swinford Hospital 10-31 Christ College
Ellesmere 20-7 Kirkham
Final Pool Tables:
Old Swinford Hosptial
Ysgol Gyfun Glantaf
Ysgol Gyfun Bro Morgannwg
Man of the Tournament-Â George De Cothi (Kingâ€™s Worcester)