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RUGBY: King’s School quartet represent the Midlands

King's School quartet featured in Midlands team victory.
King's School quartet featured in Midlands team victory.

Four boys from King’s School represented the Midlands in a match against England Lambs on Sunday.

It was the first time that King’s have had more than two players selected for the Midlands.

Despite England Lambs being made up of boys from the best rugby playing private schools in the country, the Midlands side triumphed 32-28.

King’s head of rugby Cathal McHugh said: “All the boys played the majority of the game and were a credit to the King’s School.”

Pictured from left are fly half Philip Fletcher, second row men Joshua Hubbard and Edward Bloodworth, and full back Callum Slack.


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