RPNS7s: Girls, Girls AASE, and U15 Girls Draws

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There are three girls tournaments at the Rosslyn Park HSBC National School 7s this year, with a new U15 Girls tournament added this year.

 

The U15s will make their debut on Tuesday 24th March with two groups of six, the winners of each Group facing off in the final.

 

The other two tournaments are the two U18 tournaments, both taking place on Friday 27th March. The AASE tournament sees six sides split into two groups, the winners of each playing the runner up of the other in a semi finals.

 

Meanwhile the main Girls tournament features 40 teams. Their first action will be a qualifying round, with the winners heading to the Cup, the losers to the Plate. They will head to 7s groups of three teams each, the winners of which and the best runner up will then head to the quarter finals, from which point the competition will become a knockout, the Plate follows the same format as the Cup.

 

U18 Cup

U18 Vase

Colts

U14

Prep Schools, Junior Schools, U11s

 

Girls U15 – Tuesday 24th March

 

Group A Group B
Kings Of Wessex Sports Academy Whitmore High School
Ysgol Plasmawr RGS Worcester
Epsom College SKRUM
Embley Mountbatten School
Ysgol Glantaf Clifton College
Tonybee School St Josephs College

 

Group A in the girls tournament sees Tonybee, Embley, and Ysgol Plasmawr link up with Kings of Wessex, Epsom College, and Ysgol Glantaf, all of whom have had reasonable success in the U18s in pervious years.

 

Group B meanwhile sees heavyweight schools in the form of Clifton College, RGS Worcester, and St Joseph’s College joined by Whitmore High, Mountbatten School, and charity side, SKRUM.

 

Girls AASE – Friday 27th March

 

Group A Group B
Weston College Exeter College
Sweden Girls Hartpury College
Loughborough College Worthing College

 

Hartpury College won the Girls AASE title again last year, beating Loughborough College in the final, but it was a close run thing, Loughborough actually beat them in the group stages.
They are in separate groups this year though, Loughborough College in Group A alongside Swedish Girls and last year’s Girls Cup winners, Weston College. Meanwhile Hartpury College are in Group B alongside Worthing College and last year’s Girls Cup runners up, Exeter College.

 

Girls – Friday 27th March

 

Qualifying Round

 

Exeter College v St John’s Leatherhead

Llandovery College v Tonbridge GS

Trinity v Wisbech GS

Clyst Vale v Wellington College

Benenden v St Joseph’s College

Gordons v Perins

Gower College v Robert Clack

Ivybridge Community College v Harris City Academy

Langley v Ysgol Dyffryn Aman

Coleg Gwent v Blundell’s

St Helen’s v Oundle

Caterham v Bishop Burton College

Bishop Vesey’s GS v Coleg Sir Gar

Cardinal Newman v Reigate GS

Pembrokeshire College v The Judd

Coleg Gwent Crosskeys v Clifton College

King Henry VIII, Coventry v Neath Port Talbot College

Richard Huish College v Sint-jan Berchmanscollege

Bridgwater & Taunton College v Coleg y Cymoedd

Kings of Wessex v Kingsbridge

Millfield v Epsom College

 

The qualifying round pits last year’s runners up, Exeter College, against a strong St John’s Leatherhead side, while Tonbridge Grammar face Llandovery College and Wisbech Grammar face Trinity.

 

Clyst Vale and Wellington College go head to head with Benenden and St Joseph’s College also facing off, Gordons and Perins meet, so too Gower College and Robert Clack.

 

Look out for Dyffryn Aman, they have had huge success in this tournament and face Langley, while Ivybridge meet Harris City Academy and Blundell’s face Coleg Gwent. Oundle one again are in action and play St Helen’s, with Caterham v Bishop Burton and Bishop Vesey’s v Coleg Sir Gar two other qualifying round games.

 

Cardinal Newman take on last year’s Plate champions, Reigate Grammar, with Pembrokeshire College up against Judd, Clifton College face Coleg Gwent, with King Henry VIII Coventry up against Neath Port Talbot. Richard Huish face international opposition in the form of Sint-jan Berchmanscollege.

 

Plate runners up Kings of Wessex face Kingsbridge, while last year’s semi finalists, Epsom College, face Millfield.

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