Powder Byrne Schools 6 Nations Rugby
Powder Byrne Schools 6 Nations Champions 2013
The 3rd annual Powder Byrne Schools 6 Nations Tournament kicked off on Friday 15th March and continued through to the Saturday. The tournament saw 10 schools from across Europe battle it out once again to take home the coveted Powder Byrne Schools Six Nations trophy.
The international final saw England's St Pauls take on the French school of Lycee de Borda Dax. After a gruelling match it was St Pauls who took the title with a 15-5 victory. Other teams to take home silverware were RGS Guildford, winning the plate, Lycee Comte de Foix picking up the John Scott Sportsmanship Award and Gaetan Martinez of Lycee de Borda Dax who was awarded with Player of the Tournament.
2013 Participating Schools
Lycee de Borda
Lycee Comte de Foix
The 2013 Results
2013 Champions: St Paul’s
Runners Up: Lycee de Borda Dax
Final Score in Championship Finals: St Paul’s 15 – 5 Lycee de Borda Dax
Plate Winners: RGS Guildford
John Scott Sportsmanship Award: Lycee Comte de Foix
Player of the Tournament: Gaetan Martinez, Lycee de Borda Dax
Further information, photography and video coverage of the event is available on the London Scottish website.
Powder Byrne Schools 6 Nations 2012
The 2nd Powder Byrne Schools 6 Nations Tournament kicked off on Friday 16th March 2012, welcoming selected rugby schools from across the 6 nations, each competing for the coveted title of 2012 Champions.
Following the successful inaugural tournament in 2011 won by Eton College in a thrilling final against St Paul's School, this years event has grown in size thanks to the addition of a Scottish qualifier event hosted by Fettes College, Edinburgh. We congratulate the winners of the Scottish event, Loretto School, who took the coveted title over a freezing February weekend.
2012 Participating Schools
RGS Guildford Merchiston
Albert Sorel High School
London Scottish A
Powder Byrne Schools 6 Nations Champions 2012
Congratulations to Hampton School, who beat Sherborne in a well contested final 22 v 12 to taken the 2012 crown. Bowl Winners - Albert Sorel High School, France Plate Winners - Rydal Penrhos, Wales Powder Byrne Prep School 10's Winners - King's House School, Richmond John Scott Sportsmanship Award - Fettes College, Scotland Player of The Tournament - Ludy Hopkinson (Fly Half) Hampton School