All Schools Program Final At Druid Park

Thursday 7 February 13

The RFU All schools program came to Kingston Park prior to our International fixture last week.

Last Friday Kingston park hosted the Saxons vs Scotland A international. Prior to the game kicking off the RFU hosted the All Schools tournament at Druid Park.

Nine schools from around the region took part in what was a fantastic spectacle of rugby. St Benedict’s school were victorious to take home the cup and Burnside took home the second place plate. Both schools were also involved in the Guard of Honour on the pitch welcoming the teams out with flags and cheers. Runners up in these finals were St Josephs and St Roberts.

We thank all of the schools for their involvement and congratulate them on a brilliant performance.

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