Last Friday (18th March 2016) the U18 sevens squad were victorious at the Rosslyn Park National Schools Sevens event for the first time in our 100 yearRugby Nationals history of playing the sport.

Rosslyn Park Sevens has evolved into the world’s largest school rugby tournament with some 7,000 boys and girls aged 13 – 18 competing annually. It is the only time each year that all the rugby playing Schools from England, Wales and Scotland come together to compete against each other.

In winning the tournament, the squad become the number one rugby sevens side in Britain and will be playing at Twickenham on the 22nd May in front of 60,000 people in a showcase match as part of the IRB world 7’s series.

Watch the full match versus Harrow School:

The team won all 9 of their games. The scores are listed below:

Opponent Score
Maidstone Grammar School 41-0
Old Swinford Hospital 33-0
Emanuel School 47-0
Merchiston Castle School 38-0
Kirkham Grammar School 24-12
Wellington College 22-15
Queens Ethelburga’s 31-10
Millfield School 30-0
Harrow School 27-19

Rosslyn Park Sevens Champions

Andy Houston
Director of Rugby