Millfield collected their third 7s title of the season on Sunday at the Marches 7s, as they continue in the dominant fashion that was them take a clean sweep of trophies in 2014.
Having already collected their own Millfield 7s trophy and the Christ College Invitational 7s trophy, Millfield added the Marches 7s haul to their collection, and did so in style.
The South West side defeated Worth in the final by a highly impressive 35-0 scoreline, having had probably the most difficult possible knockout route to the final, as they faced both the legendary Welsh side Llandovery College, and the dominant force in the AASE league, Hartpury College.
Millfield overcame those hurdles magnificently though, defeating Llandovery College 26-7 in the quarter final having utterly dominated Group B, and then following that up in a 29-14 victory over Group F winners Hartpury College in the semi final. Given that Hartpury had taken top spot in their pool over the ever impressive Monmouth, that semi final result was all the more impressive.
Milfield opponents in the final were Worth, who had topped Pool C before going on to a 19-10 quarter final victory over Hereford Cathedral School, and an impressive 26-5 victory over Group E table toppers Cheltenham College in the semi final.
The final and Millfield were a step too far for Worth though, and Millfield showed their undoubted class to win 35-0.
Blundellâ€™s, who finished behind Cheltenham in Group E, won the Plate with a 17-7 victory over Barnard Castle in the final, while Old Swinford Hospital, who were in Worthâ€™s group, picked up the Bowl, beating Malvern College 14-5 in the final.
The day belonged to Millfield though, and they look set for a long and exciting battle for 7s dominance this season with Wellington College and Sedbergh, both of whom are also collecting trophies by the handful.
Marches 7s Results:
Cup Winners â€“ Millfield
Millfield 35-0 Worth
Millfield 29-14 Hartpury College
Worth 26-5 Cheltenham College
Millfield 26-7 Llandovery College
Hartpury College 33-0 Glantaf
Worth 19-10 Hereford Cathedral School
Cheltenham College 24-5 Christ College
Plate Final â€“ Blundellâ€™s 17-7 Barnard Castle
Bowl Final â€“ Old Swinford Hospital 14-5 Malvern College
2015 Marches 7s Group Standings
Hereford Cathedral School
Sir Thomas Richâ€™s
Pateâ€™s Grammar School
Kingâ€™s School, Worcester
Worcester 6th form College
King Edward VI School, Stratford
Old Swinford Hospital
Adams Grammar School
Gower College, Swansea
Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhymni
2015 Marches 7s Group Standings (Continued)
Christ College, Brecon
Coleg Sir Gar
Barnard Castle School
Hereford Cathedral 2nd VII
King Edwardâ€™s School, Bath
Ysgol Gyfun Bro Morgannwg