SOUTH WEST EIGHT IN ENGLAND U18 SQUAD

The Rugby Football Union have announced their provisional England Under 18 squad for the 2011/12 season, including Millfield School & Bath Rugby duo Tom Ellis and Max Northcote-Green and Ivybridge Community College & Exeter Chiefs forward Joel Conlon.

Under the stewardship of head coach John Fletcher, England U18 have enjoyed several years of success, with 24 wins in their last 27 internationals, including their most recent triumph – a 46-19 win against Australia last August.

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PLYMOUTH COLLEGE XV TO THE FORE

Plymouth College centre Ollie Clenaghan scored a superb solo try as the first XV maintained their winning start to the new schools season with a 15-8 triumph at Truro College.

 

With seconds remaining and Truro on the attack, quick thinking Clenaghan intercepted a home pass and sped in from the halfway line to secure victory.

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SPECIAL DAY FOR SOUTH WEST GIRLS RUGBY

The Rugby Football Union for Women South West under 15 side play their London & South East counterparts at Newbury on Sunday (1400).

In line with this seasons RFUW initiative, this will be the first time ever that a girls South West U15 team has taken the field following the decision to come into line with the men’s game and cut the eight women’s divisions down to four.

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Stephenson rockets College into last eight

Plymouth College are through to the Daily Mail RBS Schools Under 18 Cup quarter finals for the first time following a 21-17 win over Stowe School at the Brickfields home of Plymouth Albion earlier today.

Plymouth's 17 year old scrum half George Stephenson scored a superb match-winning second half try under the posts, converted by England Under 18 fly half Henry Slade to put the unbeaten home side 21-10 ahead on their way to victory.

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Wace is ace as Plymouth College claim win XV

Unbeaten Plymouth College beat King's College Taunton 49-10 in South West A round six of the Daily Mail RBS Under 18 Cup.

The Devon side have won all 15 competitive matches this season, placing them in the top three schools' first XVs in the country.

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