Sedbergh success for St Columba’s
U11s A team clinch first silverware of season
YOUTH RUGBY: THE U11s rugby team at St Columba’s College have just completed a very successful weekend tour.
The U11s A team came home with their first silverware of the season after coming out on top at the Sedbergh School Tournament in the Lake District.
The boys began the morning group stage with a 19-0 win over Asygarth before a 24-0 win over Bow, Durham set them up for a three way group stage final.
Forward domination meant the first game, against St Olave’s, finished scoreless and with St Olave’s going on to beat the Oratroy Prep School 5-0, St Columba’s knew a greater margin of victory in their final game would give them the tournament win.
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After a scoreless first half St Columba’s ran in three tries to take their first silverware of the season.
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