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Sunday 6th March 2016 10.00am - 4.00pm Reigate Grammar School Playing Fields Hartswood

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As a keen rugby fan I am thrilled by the chance to support the next generation of rugby players. In my role working at John Laing Group I know that the world of business needs team players, and I know that playing rugby is an outstanding way to learn how to play in a team. From children just starting out in the sport through to the accomplished young sportsmen and sportswomen playing in today’s tournament there is a wealth of talent in our young people. We must never forget that, and coming to see the great work going on at our schools is a good way of being reminded. The Changing Lives campaign that this Tournament is supporting is doing impressive work to help children from less advantaged backgrounds realise their potential. I think this is something we can all support. Please enjoy the Tournament and try to spot some of the stars of the next rugby world cup! Olivier Brousse Chief Executive, John Laing Group plc


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JONNY HYLTON

HEADMASTER

A big welcome to RGS Hartswood today for what appears to be the strongest annual Reigate Charity 7s to date.

The Charity 7’s Event is a highlight of the year for me.

Taking over from Sean Davey in organising this year’s event, I hope the day runs as smoothly as previous years! Today would not be possible without the help of a number of people, not least our dedicated grounds team (led by Nick Hobbs), who have done a great job preparing the pitches for this afternoon. We are extremely grateful to all of our sponsors who have committed to supporting this exciting event. Sport and charity have always had a close association with each other and today is no exception, highlighted by the overwhelming support of all our commercial partners. In particular, I would like to thank our principal sponsor John Laing and everyone at Vine of Redhill BMW, Sports Arabia, Kukri Sports UK, Harrisons Catering for their advocacy along with Hiscox for their sponsorship of the RGS 1st VII playing shirts. Indeed, all our commercial partners deserve our special thanks in making this day one to remember. We are delighted to welcome England and Wasps star Joe Simpson, who has taken time out from his busy playing schedule to join us along with International Rugby World Cup and Aviva Premiership referee Wayne Barnes as our special guests for the day. Finally, the day would not run smoothly if it wasn’t for the team of staff and volunteers who selflessly give up their own valuable time to ensure that today is a huge success. Thank you all for your help. An exciting day ahead and one that makes me want to get the boots back on! Jonny Hylton Tournament Director

It brings together old friends and new to enjoy good sport, to have a good time and to raise money for a good cause. RGS Hartswood copes with bad weather, of course, but we will all be pleased if we can have some kind weather on the day of the tournament! I am grateful to everyone who supports this important event and in particular to the sponsors who have worked in close collaboration with the RGS Foundation. I would also like to say a special thank you to our grounds team who have worked hard, despite the weather, to make Hartswood look so good today. The Reigate Charity 7s brings together so many of the best features of today’s young people and we celebrate their talent, team work and personal dedication. Whilst winning is important, I welcome the traditional sporting values attributed to this great game and these cultural ingredients that makes it so special. Today’s event is the first of the annual tournaments where RGS’ new Director of Rugby, Richard Birkett, will be present, alongside Head of Rugby Doug Cooper and other staff. Richard’s arrival, bringing with him considerable expertise and experience of elite Rugby playing for Wasps and winning the Heineken Cup and more, has been another big step forward in the RGS professional coaching programmes. In January, the Independent Schools Inspectorate report was published judging the school to be ‘Exceptional’ – a rare accolade. I was pleased that amongst the praise for academic outcomes, teaching, pastoral care, governance and more the inspectors made specific reference to the strength of extracurricular activity and sport in particular. As all of the schools represented here today know, so much is learned on the sports field that can help prepare a young person for later life. I wish every team the best of luck and much enjoyment for today’s tournament. Shaun Fenton Headmaster


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The joy of sevens... RC7s 2015


BOYS RUGBY SEVENS TOURNAMENT 2016 Tournament Director: Mr Jonny Hylton Control/Results Point: Mr Will Byfield PA: Mr David Jones Referee Convener: Mr Bob Ockenden

32 TEAM DRAW POOL A

POOL B

POOL C

POOL D

A1

Reigate Grammar

B1

St John’s Leatherhead

C1

Tonbridge School

D1

Wellington College

A2

Eastbourne College

B2

Felsted School

C2

John Fisher

D2

Berkhamsted School

A3

Caterham School

B3

RGS Guildford

C3

London Oratory

D3

Dulwich College

A4

Hurstpierpoint College

B4

Wisbech Grammar

C4

Portsmouth Grammar

D4

Cranbrook School

POOL E

POOL F

POOL G

POOL H

E1

Epsom College

F1

Harrow School

G1

Brighton College

H1

Whitgift

E2

Trinity School

F2

Royal Hospital School

G2

St Paul’s School

H2

KCS Wimbledon

E3

Reed’s School

F3

Hampton School

G3

Culford School

H3

Judd School

E4

Christ’s Hospital

F4

Sutton Valence

G4

City of London Freemen’s

H4

Wallington Grammar

GROUP MATCHES – Pool Games (6 min each way) Pitch 1

Pitch 2

Pitch 3

Pitch 4

Pitch 5

Pitch 6

Pitch 7

Pitch 8

10.30

A1 v A2

B1 v B2

C1 v C2

D1 v D2

E1 v E2

F1 v F2

G1 v G2

H1 v H2

10.45

A3 v A4

B3 v B4

C3 v C4

D3 v D4

E3 v E4

F3 v F4

G3 v G4

H3 v H4

11.15

A1 v A3

B1 v B3

C1 v C3

D1 v D3

E1 v E3

F1 v F3

G1 v G3

H1 v H3

11.30

A2 v A4

B2 v B4

C2 v C4

D2 v D4

E2 v E4

F2 v F4

G2 v G4

H2 v H4

12.00

A1 v A4

B1 v B4

C1 v C4

D1 v D4

E1 v E4

F1 v F4

G1 v G4

H1 v H4

12.15

A2 v A3

B2 v B3

C2 v C3

D2 v D3

E2 v E3

F2 v F3

G2 v G3

H2 v H3

Lunch Break / Interval: 12.30 – 13.30 PLAY-OFF STAGE – QUARTER FINALS (7 min each way) A draw is made for all play-off games based on group result-positions Winner of Pool = Main Competition Pitch 1-4 2nd in Pool = Plate Competition Pitch 1-4

3rd in Pool = Shield Competition Pitch 5-8 4th in Pool = Bowl Competition Pitch 5-8

Pitch 1

Pitch 2

Pitch 3

Pitch 4

13.30 Main QF

AvB

CvD

EvF

GvH

13.50 Plate QF

AvB

CvD

EvF

GvH

Pitch 5

Pitch 6

Pitch 7

Pitch 8

13.30 Shield QF

AvB

CvD

EvF

GvH

13.50 Bowl QF

AvB

CvD

EvF

GvH


PLAY-OFF STAGE: SEMI-FINAL (7 min each way) 14.30 Main SF

14.30 Plate SF

14.30 Shield SF

14.30 Bowl SF

Pitch 1

Pitch 2

Winner AvB v Winner CvD

Winner EvF v Winner GvH

Pitch 3

Pitch 4

Winner AvB v Winner CvD

Winner EvF v Winner GvH

Pitch 5

Pitch 6

Winner AvB v Winner CvD

Winner EvF v Winner GvH

Pitch 7

Pitch 8

Winner AvB v Winner CvD

Winner EvF v Winner GvH

PLAY-OFF STAGE: FINALS (7 min each way) Pitch 1

Pitch 2

Pitch 5

15.20

Plate Final

Shield Final

Bowl Final

15.40

PRESENTATIONS Pitch 1

15.40

Main Final

16.00

PRESENTATIONS


GIRLS RUGBY SEVENS TOURNAMENT 2016 Tournament Director: Mr Jonny Hylton Control/Results Point: Mr Will Byfield PA: Mr David Jones Referee Convener: Mr Bob Ockenden

12 TEAM DRAW POOL A

POOL B

POOL C

A1

Christ’s Hospital

B1

Worthing College

C1

Oundle School

A2

Blessed Hugh Faringdon RC School

B2

St John’s Leatherhead

C2

Reigate Grammar School

A3

Wallington County Grammar

B3

Epsom College

C3

Pangbourne College

A4

Reigate Grammar School A

B4

Wisbech Grammar

C4

King Henry VII School

GROUP MATCHES – Pool Games (6 min each way) Pitch 3

Pitch 4

Pitch 5

Pitch 6

Pitch 7

Pitch 8

10.15

A3 v A4

A1 v A2

C1 v C2

C3 v C4

B1 v B2

B3 v B4

11.00

A2 v A3

A1 v A4

C2 v C3

C1 v C4

B1 v B4

B2 v B3

11.45

A2 v A4

A1 v A3

C2 v C4

C1 v C3

B1 v B3

B2 v B4

Lunch Break / Interval: 12.30 – 13.30 PLAY-OFF STAGE – SEMI FINALS (7 min each way) A draw is made for all play-off games based on group result-positions = 3 Group winners + best runner up Cup Qualifiers Plate Competition = 2 other runners up + 2 best third placers Shield Competition = Other third placer + 3 fourth placers


PLAY-OFF STAGE: SEMI-FINAL (7 min each way) 14.15 Main SF

14.15 Plate SF

14.15 Shield SF

Pitch 1

Pitch 5

1st ranked group winner v 1st ranked runner up

2nd ranked group winner v 3rd ranked group winner

Pitch 4

Pitch 2

2nd ranked runner up v 2nd ranked 3rd place

3rd ranked runner up v 2nd ranked 3rd place

Pitch 8

Pitch 7

3rd ranked 3rd place v 3rd ranked 4th place

2nd ranked 3rd place v 3rd ranked 4th place

PLAY-OFF STAGE: FINALS (7 min each way) 15.00

Pitch 5

Pitch 2

Plate Final

Shield Final

Pitch 1 15.15

Main Final

16.00

PRESENTATIONS

SERVICES FOR YOU Rob Samples is our photographer for the day and you will be able to view his photos online at his gallery: www.robsamblesphotography.com/ p713844127 Toilets around the site are kindly provided by Adam Marsh – loohire.net Medical Support is provided by Medical Rescue International, from OR James Statham (’96) situated at the medical point. We have refreshments provided throughout the day with hot drinks and food located at two main points: the new pavilion between the astroturf and pitch 1 and from the Catering Van located by Car Park A and the outdoor cricket nets. There is also a marquee available on the raised bank by the astroturf for visitor dining and relaxing.

NOTES 1. L aws of the game apply for sevens, iRB U19 variations. 2. Rolling substitutions with maximum of 3 per game. Maximum 13-man squads. 3.F inal position in group will be based on group points, points difference, points scoreds. 4. All final decisions are with the Tournament Director. 5. P  lease respect players and officials at all times.


REFEREES Thank you to Bob Ockendon for organising today’s referees. Nick Barratt Alexis Charolois James Cornell Tom Doig Tom Ferridge Douglas Hampshire Richard Haughton Niamh Hennessey Joe James

Michael Lamb Nikki O'Donnell Tadgh O'Donovan Ben Preece Joe Russell David Stronge Laura Pettingale Tracy Pettingale

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Support positively and applaud good play. Respect officials and opposition players. Remember that children are playing to have fun. Behave as good role models on the touchline. Congratulate the opposition and make their supporters welcome.


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REIGATE CHARITY 7s 2015 WELLINGTON COLLEGE 31-5 BRIGHTON COLLEGE The weather gods were kind last March at Reigate Grammar School’s Hartswood Sports ground for the annual Reigate Charity 7s. Now regarded as one of the most wellestablished and renowned school tournaments in the country, the competition welcomed 40 of the top boys and girls U18 schools’ sevens teams. In the cup, Wellington College faced Brighton College in the main final with the school from West Berkshire proving too strong for their south coast counterparts. Wellington ran out as eventual 31-5 winners in a dominant display of sevens rugby. It was complete performance from the strong Wellington side refereed by the England and Harlequins scrum half special guest Karl Dickson. Karl is on track to become the first professional rugby player to be a professional referee in England. Meanwhile, in the Plate Competition, Whitgift edged a close affair beating Dulwich College 12-0. In the Girls’ competition there was a carbon copy of the 2014 final with Worthing College and Filton College meeting once again. In an extremely close match, Worthing held on to take their second trophy home in successive years recording a 10-7 victory. In the Girls’ Plate competition, Pangbourne College triumphed with a score of 17-5 over Epsom College. Presentations were made by Shaun Fenton, RGS Headmaster on the balcony of the sports pavilion.

Summary of Results: Boys Cup Winners

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Plate Winners

Whitgift School

Shield Winners

Royal Hospital

Bowl Winners

Portsmouth Grammar School

Girls Cup Winners

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Plate Winners

Pangbourne College

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At Reigate Grammar School, scholarships provide considerably more than recognition through a remission on fees. Scholars benefit from a tailored programme of support that aims to develop each student’s particular talent throughout their time at the school. As part of their programme, students will be encouraged to engage fully in the life of the school. Academic Scholarships On admission – awarded automatically at 11+ and 13+ for academic excellence in the entrance assessments and at 16+ for academic excellence demonstrated in GCSE performance. Academic Scholarships represent an award of up to 30 per cent of fees, at the Headmaster’s discretion. RGS Academic Scholarship Programme – once at RGS, Scholars are offered subject specific enrichment activities both in school and through a programme of visits. Scholars will be assigned a mentor and have the opportunity to meet together with their peers to exchange information and experiences. Music Scholarships On admission – awarded at 11+, 13+ and 16+ up to the value of 30 per cent of fees. In special circumstances such awards may be significantly more at the Headmaster’s discretion. Candidates should have attained (or be at least the standard of) Grade 4 on their principal instrument for 11+; Grade 6 at 13+ and Grade 7 at 16+. Music Scholarship Programme – Music Scholars benefit from the excellent music facilities and opportunities at RGS and also the support of a large and passionate staff, many of whom work in the music industry alongside their teaching careers. Scholars will have the chance to perform in concerts at both school and larger venues. There are local, national and international performances and tours in which Scholars may participate.

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