NatWest Schools Cup
The NatWest Schools Cup is the premier tournament in schools’ rugby, school teams compete regionally and then nationally for the chance to play at Twickenham and clinch the coveted trophy.
Some 1000 teams take part each year nationally at Under 15 and Under 18 level. All schools play for the main cup and then for the vase for the teams knocked out in the early rounds, also culminating in a Twickenham final.
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Fixtures and results
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NatWest Schools' Cup Frequently Asked Questions
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The Rosslyn Park HSBC National Schools Sevens, the world’s largest youth rugby tournament will take place on the week commencing 20th March 2017. There will be 5 days of competition with over 700 teams expected to enter and 8000 + participants. The tournament is entering its 78th year with school children from age’s 13- 18, boys and girls, battle it out for the 7 prestigious titles.
The tournament offers every rugby playing school in the UK, state school or public school, boys or girls, the opportunity to compete in an event enriched with history.
For more information on how to enter please visit www.rpns7.co.uk, through this website schools can enter online, access all tournament info, follow results for schools and also view a video channel featuring interviews and highlights.
Rugby Sevens has never been more in the limelight than it is now, especially with its inclusion in the Olympic Games in 2016 and England’s recent successes in the HSBC World Rugby Series.
The tournament proudly showcases some of the UK’s best schools’ athletes, many current England 7s and 1st XV internationals having played in the tournament. For the former England Sevens coach Ben Ryan it is a must see event.
For more information please contact the Rosslyn Park Office on 020 8876 6044 or [email protected]