Schools Rugby Results Roundup – Sensational weekend of rugby


In our preview we said that this weekend’s school rugby fixtures had the potential to make this weekend the best of the term to date, and it would appear as though we were right.


Right across the country there were some stunning looking fixtures, and they reached expectations with some outstanding results coming through.


5 Key Fixtures


Our five ‘key fixtures’ certainly lived up to the billing, perhaps none more so than Millfield v Bromsgrove. The Champions Trophy champions against the NatWest Cup champions. The billing suggested it should have been a close contest but it turned out to be far from that as Bromsgrove posted one of the results of the season as they dismantled Millfield 42-7, on Millfield’s patch. A result that has confirmed what we already know, that Bromsgrove are a top side, and that will have left Millfield nervous of Sedbergh’s visit on Wednesday.


Sedbergh will have no such worries as they went back to the top of the Daily Mail Trophy table after they beat the side who had replaced them there last week, Durham, by a commanding 38-14 scoreline.


Sticking to the northern circuit, Stonhyhurst certainly showed their quality as they beat the very much in form RGS Lancaster 17-7. They are a side to keep an eye on for the remainder of the term.


Our other two key fixtures were local derbies, usually close-fought dogfights, both turned out to be strong wins. In the Croydon derby Whitgift upset the home fans as they won by a supreme 32-0 scoreline over John Fisher, while in Abingdon the home side beat local rivals Radley College 22-3.


Five Previews


Our other five previewed games were no less exciting and in some cases surprising too, all adding to a sensational day of rugby.


One of the results of the day was Stowe’s 35-11 victory over Epsom College, who are one of the very best sides in the country in many observers eyes. Stowe must surely begin to fit into that bracket too.


Most sensational of all though was Tonbridge’s 15-10 victory over Cranleigh. Tonbridge are a good side but Cranleigh have been looking like they might fit into that handful of sides right at the very top of the game, for Tonbridge to get the win therefore deserves great credit.


As do Brighton College, who put in a sensational performance to beat Trinity 43-13, as too did Clifton College, who beat Marlborough College 35-7.


RGS Newcastle were also in fine form as they beat an Ampleforth College side that have been playing some top quality rugby by a 29-5 scoreline.


Around the country


Arguably the most sensational result of the weekend though was Sherborne’s outstanding 34-29 victory over Wellington College – a result that will see Director’s of Rugby across the country take note, and will see Sherborne head into this week’s Champions Trophy quarter final full of confidence.


Bedford were also highly impressive as they beat Dulwich College 29-3, as were Blundell’s, who beat Bryanston 23-8.


Hampton’s 20-9 win over St Benedict’s caught the eye, as did St Paul’s, who beat one of the real pace-setters this year, Harrow, 23-20.


Barnard Castle were once again in stunning form, they beat Hymers College by an outstanding 80-3. RGS High Wycombe were in impressive in their 22-12 win over Warwick, while Stamford also warrant a mention after their 35-0 over Uppingham keeps that incredible unbeaten home run, stretching to November 2010, rolling.


Another of the sensational results this weekend was Framlingham College’s stunning comeback against The Leys. From 29-0 down, Framlingham bounced back with thirty-six unanswered points to win 36-29, a comeback that the school is rightly immensely proud of.


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Schools Rugby Results:


5 Key Fixtures


Abingdon 22-3 Radley College

Durham 14-38 Sedbergh

John Fisher 0-32 Whitgift

Millfield 7-42 Bromsgrove

Stonyhurst College 17-7 RGS Lancaster


5 Previews


Brighton College 43-13 Trinity

Clifton College 35-7 Marlborough College

RGS Newcastle 29-5 Ampleforth College

Stowe 35-11 Epsom College

Tonbridge 15-10 Cranleigh


Other Key Fixtures


Bedford 29-3 Dulwich College

Bedford Modern 16-22 Berkhamsted

Bishop Vesey’s GS 22-6 KES Stratford

Bishop Wordsworth’s 38-12 Kingswood

Blundell’s 23-8 Bryanston

Bristol GS 26-12 King’s College Taunton

Campion 15-13 Chislehurst & Sidcup GS

Cheltenham College 3-13 St Edward’s Oxford

Cranbrook 8-12 Eastbourne College

Dame Allan’s 21-21 Yarm

Dartford GS 24-34 New Hall

Dean Close 28-34 Bloxham

Denstone College 14-24 Kirkham GS

Felsted 74-0 Eltham College

Framlingham College 36-29 The Leys

Grammar School at Leeds 0-28 St Ambrose College

Gresham’s 57-3 Wymondham College (NatWest Cup)

Hampton 20-9 St Benedict’s

Harrow 20-23 St Paul’s

Hereford Cathedral School 18-10 Christ College

Hurstpierpoint College 25-0 Worth

Hymers College 3-80 Barnard Castle

Judd 13-11 Skinners’

King’s Canterbury 12-41 Reed’s

Langley 14-5 Norwich (NatWest Cup)

Leicester GS 5-25 John Cleveland

Lord Wandsworth College 17-41 Reigate GS

Loughborough GS 0-48 King’s Worcester

Magdalen College 34-10 Portsmouth Grammar School

Nottingham HS 50-3 KES Birmingham

Oratory 24-24 Canford

Princethorpe College 12-19 Bablake

QEGS Wakefield 28-14 Crossley Heath

Reading Blue Coat 34-0 Churcher’s College

RGS Colchester 32-21 Bishops Stortford HS

RGS High Wycombe 22-12 Warwick

Rugby 44-17 Haileybury

Sandbach 12-14 Ellesmere College

Sherborne 34-29 Wellington College

Shiplake College 12-17 Pangbourne College

Sir Thomas Rich’s 45-0 Monmouth

Solihull 38-25 St Peter’s, Gloucester

Stamford 35-0 Uppingham

St Columba’s College 13-0 St Albans

St George’s College, Weybridge 12-5 Wimbledon College

St John’s Leatherhead 54-12 RGS Guildford

Stockport GS 39-0 Cheadle Hulme

Trent College 27-10 Worksop College

Wilmslow HS 36-41 Wirral GS




Bradford GS 21-3 Woodhouse Grove

Caterham 29-10 Colfe’s

Wallington CGS 16-6 Langley Park


Still to come:


Beechen Cliff v Colston’s

City of London Freemens v Christ’s Hospital (NatWest Cup)

KES Bath v Malvern College

Monkton Combe v Prior Park College

Mount St Mary’s College v Ashville College

Seaford College v Glyn

Sevenoaks v Mill Hill

St Anslem’s College v Manchester GS

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