Schools Rugby Midweek Roundup

This midweek has seen some fantastic schools rugby, with some huge games being played.

 

With the weather just about holding off, for now, the rugby has produced plenty of excitement.

 

It started on Tuesday with a brilliant game of rugby at Rosslyn Park as Brighton College beat Seaford College. You can see our report from that game here: Brighton College v Seaford College.

 

Wednesday saw the bulk of the fixtures, and perhaps the most impressive of the lot was an huge away win for Sir Thomas Rich’s as they beat Millfield 19-10, a brilliant result for Sir Thomas Rich’s.

 

There was NatWest Plate action too as Lymm High School secured their semi final spot by beating Cooper’s Coborn 16-0 in the quarter final.

 

In Norfolk the county cup final was taking place, with Langley and Wymondham College meeting. Langley put in a stunning performance to secure a 55-0 win, superb stuff.

 

There was a similarly big win for KES Stratford as they beat Bablake 56-5, while Manchester Grammar School were in equally good form, beating Bolton School 55-5. Shrewsbury meanwhile beat Wreking College 13-0.

 

There is more action to come this week ahead of Saturday‘s rugby, with St Benedict’s hosting Whitgift at Ealing Trailfinders n Friday night, while at the same time Wimbledon College meet St George’s College Weybridge at Rosslyn Park.

 

If you have any photos, videos, or reports from the week’s school rugby, please do send them in via email (writers@fifteenrugby.com ), Facebook (www.facebook.com/FifteenRugby ), or via Twitter (@FifteenRugbyXV).

 

Midweek Schools Rugby Fixtures (predictions in bold):

 

Tuesday

Brighton College 38-19 Seaford College (At Rosslyn Park)

 

Wednesday

Bolton 5-55 Manchester GS

Cheadle Hulme v St Anselm’s

Millfield 10-19 Sir Thomas Rich’s

KES Stratford 56-5 Bablake

Langley 55-0 Wymondham College (County Cup Final)

Lymm HS 16-0 Cooper’s Coborn (NatWest Plate QF)

Shrewsbury 13-0 Wrekin College

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