FOR the second consecutive year, Warwick School’s U18 and U15 teams have made it through to the semi-finals of the national schools’ rugby cup.
The U18 squad battled to beat Stowe School 12-5 in horrendous conditions to reach the semi-finals of the NatWest Cup.
Warwick gained the upper hand in the first-half with James Ainsworth awarded a try from a well-taken line-out drive. With the wind at their backs, Warwick controlled the half scoring a second from another driving lineout - this time through hooker Will Priestley - duly converted by fullback William Stride.
The U18 team join the U15 team, who secured their place in the semi-finals by beating Langley School 33-5.
Warwick started with a strong wind behind them and this led to three tries being scored by Oliver Thorneywork, Theo Spencer and Will Tanner to put them into a 19-0 lead at half-time.
The second-half saw Warwick finish the tie off with tries from Paolo Peschisolido and another try from Thorneywork.
Both semi-finals will be played on the 4G surface at Allianz Park, Saracens’ home ground. The U18s on the 8th March and the U15s on the 15th March.
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