Rugby is one of our leading sports at the school and we are blessed with experienced and knowledgeable coaches, who have played at the highest level. Throughout the autumn term, the school will run 7 teams across all years with over 250 boys representing the school on a Saturday morning. As well as our traditional fixtures against local grammar and private schools, we also enter teams into the National Daily Mail competition, as well as the County Cup. In the spring term we continue our rugby, in the shortened version of the game (7’s) and enter competitions that we have great success at. Our home games take place at Stovell sports field where we have the capability to host three rugby games at any one time.
The under 15 side have had a really strong first half term and turned in some impressive results.
Last week’s 1st victory of the season for The Windsor Boys’ U16 rugby team at home against a well-drilled Latimer side bolsters confidence in the team.
The month of September has seen some fantastic performances and results for TWBS Rugby.
Our extra-curricular kit company, Serious Stuff, are running a sale on much of the kit that is available.
Windsor Boys’ School 1st XV received kick-off into a strong headwind to begin the match.
The Windsor Boys’ School 1st XV played their first match of the season against Holyport on Wednesday, 6th September. After the several training sessions prior to the match the team were well prepared and ready to play.
Not only did the senior boys play Holyport this week but so did The Windsor Boys School under 16, 15 and newly formed 14 teams this week.
After the nervy start to the sevens season at The Windsor Sevens Tournament and an impressive 2nd place finish at The Berkshire Sevens Tournament, Windsor Boys’ entered into the Rosslyn Park National competition.
The U15 rugby team had a brilliant day down at Perins on Friday 17th March.
New to seven-a-side rugby the freshly formed year 9 group had an excellent few games at Perrin’s school and won two out of the four close matches that they played.