Daily Mail Trophy Table: Top 10 – Week 9

Harrow retain their place at the top of the Daily Mail Trophy table after their win at Eton College this weekend.

 

There is change behind them in second place through as Wellington College’s 12-0 win at Hampton sees them bump Sedbergh from second to third, despite Sedbergh beating RGS Lancaster strongly on Saturday.

 

Clifton College’s stunning eighty point victory over Bryanston keeps them in fourth place, but with a significant points rise.

 

Kirkham Grammar School are the big climbers in the Top 10 this week, moving from seventh up to fifth after their strong win down at Sir Thomas Rich’s on Saturday.

 

That sees St Peter’s York slip from fifth to sixth, despite their win at RGS Newcastle on Saturday, with Rugby moving from sixth to seventh following their incredible tight 3-0 win at Abingdon.

 

2013 Champions Woodhouse Grove remain in eighth following their Friday night win over Grammar School at Leeds.

 

Brighton College keep their ninth place following Saturday’s 9-7 victory over Epsom College, they now have a sizeable gap ahead of tenth placed Canford, whose outstanding 14-3 win over Sherborne, their third game of the week, brings them into the Top 10 in place of St Peter’s Gloucester, who drop out to eleventh.

 

For further details on how the Daily Mail Trophy works, please click here: Daily Mail Trophy – An explanation.

 

To see the full Daily Mail Trophy table, please follow this link: Daily Mail Trophy Table.

 

Daily Mail Trophy Table Top 10 – Week Nine
Pos School P W D L League Points Merit Points
1 Harrow 7 7 0 0 34 6.36
2 Wellington College 8 7 0 1 34 6.25
3 Sedbergh 7 7 0 0 34 6.06
4 Clifton College 8 8 0 0 39 5.88
5 Kirkham Grammar 8 8 0 0 39 5.58
6 St Peter’s, York 5 5 0 0 22 5.50
7 Rugby 8 8 0 0 36 5.40
8 Woodhouse Grove 7 6 0 1 29 5.34
9 Brighton College 6 6 0 0 26 5.33
10 Canford 7 6 0 1 27 5.16
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