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Sedbergh and Sherborne pick up where they left off, as Stamford win once more

With many schools still on half term it was a slim fixture list this weekend, but one that still produced plenty of top quality results.

Our Daily Mail Trophy Prediction Competition yielded no winners this week after a brilliant fightback from Brighton College saw them draw 19-19 with Eton College, a result that none had predicted.

The were nearly as tight over at St Benedict’s, where Hampton just edged past their hosts 11-8, a significant step as they look ahead to a strong second half of term fixture list and the return of a few injured stars.

Things were more straightforward for Oundle, who turned their early season promise into points and victory, beating Radley College 24-3 to start of the second half of term with a bang for the Northamptonshire side.

Sedbergh were equally impressive, they faced a tough challenge in the in form Champions Trophy semi finalists Barnard Castle. Barnard Castle put up a good fight against the unbeaten away side, but Sedbergh came away with yet another victory, winning 33-17.

Elsewhere Sherborne lifted the Mike Davis Cup after an impressive 28-18 victory over St Paul’s, while Pocklington produced an impressive display to beat Mount St Mary’s 17-0.

The most commanding performance of the weekend came from Stamford though, who continued their unbeaten season and extended their three year unbeaten home run with a 57-0 win over John Cleveland, can anyone stop them?

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Schools Rugby Weekend Results:

Prediction Competition

St Benedict’s 8-11 Hampton

Barnard Castle 17-33 Sedbergh

Eton College 19-19 Brighton College

Oundle 24-3 Radley College

St Edward’s Oxford v The Oratory – Oratory win (exact scoreline not yet in)

Other Fixtures

Mount St Mary’s 0-17 Pocklington

Stamford 57-0 John Cleveland

Sherborne 28-18 St Paul’s

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