Cranleigh win Daily Mail Schools Trophy

27 Jan 2020 | Cranleigh School |
27 Jan 2020 |
Cranleigh School

Cranleigh's 1st XV  were presented with the prestigious Daily Mail trophy on Friday evening. Parents and pupils gathered in the Reading Room to watch the presentation take place.

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They were unbeaten all season, only the fifth time for Cranleigh since rugby started in 1916. They finished first in the Daily Mail Schools Merit Table for the first time, finishing ahead of 103 top rugby schools in the country.

Andy Houston, Director of Rugby, praised the hard work and humble attitude of the whole team: "We did it the right way, with the boys loving playing their games and always with a smile on their faces. Some of them have been playing together since prep school and they have always been hard workers who push each other as a team. What makes Cranleigh special is that we pass it down, our boys are good role models and they're inspiring the younger years."

Their success comes as a result of an unbeaten season where the team only conceded six tries all year and scored 339 points in their nine matches.

Photo Credits: Martin Williamson

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