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U18 Schools Vase: Round 3 Preview – Exciting week ahead

7th October 2019
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The U18 Schools Vase is in full flow now, with the third round beginning this week across the country.

 

There are still some catch up games to be played from the second round, but there is plenty of third round action too. There is also Schools Cup, Schools Plate, and Schools Vase action on this week and you can see our previews for the action in those competitions via the links below.

 

Champions Trophy Round 2 Preview

Schools Cup Round 2 Preview

Schools Plate Round 1 Preview

 

Here have a look at the full Vase draw across each of the eight sections and take a look at what will be going on this week, section by section.

 

U18 Schools Vase Draw & Fixtures:

 

North A

 

Round 1

QEGS Penrith 7-40 Austin Friars

Bye v Bye

QEHS Hexham 15-17 Gateshead College

Yarm v Bye

Newcastle School for Boys 50-0 Tyne Metropolitan College

Emmanuel College v Bye

KES Morpeth 48-7 Bede Academy

Bye v Bye

Bye v Bye

Ampleforth College 12-20 Ripon GS

Bye v Bye

Ilkley GS 33-5 Harrogate GS

Bye v Bye

Rodillian 7-60 Crossley Heath

Runshaw College w/o AKS Lytham

Sandbach v Bye

 

Round 2

Austin Friars v Bye

Gateshead College 29-27 Yarm

Newcastle SfB v Emmanuel College (Wednesday 16th)

KES Morpeth v Bye

Ripon GS v Bye

Ilkley GS v Bye

Crossley Heath v Bye

Runshaw College v Sandbach

 

Round 3

Austin Friars v Gateshead College (Wednesday)

Newcastle SfB/Emmanuel College v KES Morpeth

Ripon GS v Ilkley GS – TBC

Crossley Heath v Runshaw College/Sandbach

 

There are a couple of second round games to catch up on from the second round in North A in the form of Newcastle School for Boys v Emmanuel College and Runshaw College v Sandbach. Newcastle School for Boys host Emmanuel College a week on Wednesday, and the winners will then be hosting KES Morpeth. By the time that game takes place, the two sides will know their fourth round opponent as Austin Friars welcome Gateshead College this Wednesday. The winner of Runshaw v Sandbach meanwhile will travel to Crossley Heath next for their third round game, where the winner will travel to either Ripon Grammar or Ilkley Grammar, who should meet this week.

 

North B

 

Round 1

Rydal Penrhos 0-53 Bishop Heber

Oswestry 0-45 Shrewsbury

Liverpool College 43-12 Birkenhead

St Anselm’s College 20-12 St Edward’s College

King William’s College 50-3 Castle Rushen

Altrincham GS 22-10 Sale GS

Bolton 50-5 The Grange

Bye v Bye

Bye v Bye

Newcastle Under Lyme 27-20 Adams GS

St Joseph’s College w/o Thomas Alleynes

Birkdale 24-24 Lady Manners

Nottingham HS w/o Priory Ruskin

King’s Grantham 55-10 Carre’s GS

Thomas Rotherham College 43-7 Hill House

South Hunsley v Bye

 

Round 2

Bishop Heber 17-52 Shrewsbury

Liverpool College v St Anselm’s College

King William’s v Altrincham GS

Bolton v Bye

Newcastle Under Lyme v Bye

St Joseph’s College v Lady Manners (Result TBA, St Joseph’s through)

Nottingham HS v King’s Grantham

Thomas Rotherham v South Hunsley

 

Round 3

Shrewsbury v Liverpool College/St Anselm’s College

King William’s/Altrincham GS v Bolton

Newcastle Under Lyme 29-14 St Joseph’s College

Nottingham HS/King’s Grantham v Thomas Rotherham/South Hunsley

 

North B appears to be a bit of a distance behind, with four games either yet to be played or with the results yet to be declared. However one third round game has taken place, Newcastle Under Lyme defeating St Joseph’s College 29-14. They have a bit of a wait to find out who they will be hosting though. Shrewsbury beat Bishop Heber in Round 2 but still await a winner from Liverpool College v St Anselm’s College to discover their third round opponent. Similarly Bolton had a second round bye but are still waiting on the King William’s v Altrincham Grammar result in order to find out their opponent.

 

Midlands A

 

Round 1

Hereford Cathedral School 10-7 Hereford 6th form College

RGS Worcester 28-0 Prince Henry’s

KES Stratford 39-7 Kenilworth

Princethorpe 14-28 KES Camp Hill

Bablake 22-7 King Henry VIII, Coventry

KES Five Ways 28-14 KES Birmingham

Bye v Bye

Queen Mary’s GS 31-27 KES Lichfield

Bye v Bye

KES Aston w/o Birmingham Metropolitan

Bye v Bye

Loughborough College 55-5 Ratcliffe College

Bishop Stopford v Bye

Leicester GS w/o Robert Smyth

Bye v Bye

Wellingborough 12-10 Royal Latin

 

Round 2

Hereford Cathedral 13-22 RGS Worcester

KES Stratford 35-7 KES Camp Hill

Bablake 49-19 KES Five Ways

Queen Mary’s GS v Bye

KES Aston v Bye

Loughborough College v Bye

Bishop Stopford 0-41 Leicester GS

Wellingborough v Bye

 

Round 3

RGS Worcester v KES Stratford (Wednesday)

Bablake v Queen Mary’s GS (Wednesday 16th)

KES Aston v Loughborough College – TBC

Leicester GS 22-0 Wellingborough

 

Leicester Grammar School are already through to the fourth round in Midlands A after a 22-0 win over Wellingborough. They will travel to either KES Aston or Loughborough College, who should hopefully meet this week. On Wednesday RGS Worcester host KES Stratford in what promises to be an excellent tie. The winner can then put their feet up and await the result of Bablake v Queen Mary’s Grammar School on Wednesday 16th.

 

Midlands B

 

Round 1

Aylesbury GS 56-5 Sir William Borlase’s GS

Roundwood Park 21-31 St Columba’s College

Sir John Lawes 31-15 Sandringham

Beaumont w/o Samuel Ryder

Richard Hale w/o St Edmunds College

The Perse v Bye

Hitchin Boys 58-12 Knights Templar

Bye v Bye

Saffron Walden 10-33 Hills Road

Mark Rutherford 20-60 Hitchingbrooke

Spalding GS 8-45 Gresham’s

Bye v Bye

Wymondham College 10-60 Langley

Culford w/o Thomas Mills

Ipswich 51-0 Woodbridge

RGS Colchester v Bye

 

Round 2

Aylesbury GS 50-0 St Columba’s College

Sir John Lawes v Beaumont

Richard Hale 3-26 The Perse

Hitchin Boys v Bye

Hills Road v Hitchingbrooke

Gresham’s v Bye

Langley 34-10 Culford

Ipswich w/o RGS Colchester

 

Round 3

Aylesbury GS v Sir John Lawes/Beaumont

The Perse v Hitchin Boys – TBC

Hills Road/Hitchingbrooke v Gresham’s

Langley v Ipswich (Tuesday)

 

On Tuesday in Midlands B Langley host Ipswich, the two also played on Saturday with Langley taking the win, so they will feel confident. Whoever wins has a bit of a wait to see who the will travel to in round four though, Hills Road and Hitchingbrooke’s second round game is yet to come through and the winner of that must then host Gresham’s in round 3. Aylesbury Grammar are in a similar position to Gresham’s, awaiting the outcome of Sir John Lawes v Beaumont to find out their third round opponent. The Perse v Hitchin Boys is confirmed as a third round game, hopefully taking place this week.

 

London & South East A

 

Round 1

Tring 29-19 Hemel Hempstead

John Hampden GS 19-0 Chesham GS

Longdean w/d Parmiter’s

Rickmansworth 7-14 QES Barnet

Isleworth & Syon 43-10 Orleans Park

Grey Court w/d Saint Cecilia’s

Rutlish 19-24 Esher College

Glyn 22-21 Wallington CGS

George Abbot 24-36 Harris City Academy

Bye v Bye

London Oratory 36-0 Royal Alexandra & Albert

Reigate GS v Bye

Bye v Bye

Worth 5-12 Richard Collyer

Bye v Bye

Worthing 17-24 Eastbourne College

 

Round 2

Tring v John Hampden

Parmiter’s 12-41 QES Barnet

Isleworth & Syon 53-21 Saint Cecilia’s

Esher College 7-18 Glyn

Harris City Academy v Bye

London Oratory 12-22 Reigate GS

Richard Collyer v Bye

Eastbourne College v Bye

 

Round 3

 

Tring/John Hampden v QES Barnet

Isleworth & Syon v Glyn (Wednesday)

Harris City Academy v Reigate GS – TBC

Richard Collyer v Eastbourne College (Wednesday)

 

There are two confirmed third round games in London & South East A on Wednesday, Isleworth & Syon v Glyn and Richard Collyer v Eastbourne College. The winner of the Richard Collyer v Eastbourne game will then face the winner of Harris City Academy v Reigate Grammar, which as yet does not have a date. It is a longer wait for Isleworth & Syon or Glyn through, they must wait for the winner of the second round Tring v John Hampden game to then play QES Barnet to find out their fourth round opponent.

 

London & South East B

 

Round 1

Davenant 12-14 Robert Clack

Bye v Bye

Coopers Coborn v Bye

Southend HS w/o King John

Beths GS 5-21 Dartford GS

Bye v Bye

Wilmington GS w/d Gravesend GS

Bye v Bye

Chislehurst & Sidcup GS 43-0 St Dunstan’s College

Darrick Wood 0-46 Hayes

Skinners’ 58-10 Oakwood Park GS

Maidstone GS 17-28 Sutton Valence

Chatham & Clarendon 5-24 St Lawrence College

Bye v Bye

Duke of York’s RMS v Bye

Sir Roger Manwood’s w/o Kent College

 

Round 2

Robert Clack v Bye

Coopers Coborn 30-33 Southend

Dartford GS v Bye

Gravesend GS v Bye

Chislehurst & Sidcup 20-19 Hayes

Skinners’ 25-34 Sutton Valence

St Lawrence College v Bye

Duke of York’s RMS 42-21 Sir Roger Manwood’s

 

Round 3

Robert Clack v Coopers’ Coborn – TBC

Dartford GS v Gravesend GS – TBC

Chislehurst & Sidcup GS v Sutton Valence (Wednesday)

St Lawrence College v Duke of York’s RMS (Wednesday)

 

All four third round fixture in London & South East B are confirmed! On Wednesday Chislehurst & Sidcup Grammar host Sutton Valence and St Lawrence College host Duke of York’s Royal Military School. The winners of those two games meet in the fourth round. The same is true of Robert Clack v Coopers’ Coborn and Dartford Grammar v Gravesend Grammar, though those two are yet to have their fixture dates confirmed.

 

South West A

 

Round 1

Mount Kelly 15-7 Plymouth College

Torquay Boys’ GS 14-42 Wellington

Woodroffe 10-60 Thomas Hardye

Yeovil College 19-26 The Gryphon

Wells Cathedral 10-10 Backwell

Bristol Cathedral Choir 55-5 Frome College

St Laurence 10-21 Hardenhuish

Sheldon 7-45 Malmesbury

St Peter’s, Gloucester v Bye

Royal Wootton Bassett 8-7 Cirencester College

Bye v Bye

Marling 5-15 Wycliffe College

Bye v Bye

Holmleigh Park HS w/d Tewkesbury

Bye v Bye

St Edward’s, Cheltenham 5-47 The Cotswold

 

Round 2

Mount Kelly 6-8 Wellington

Thomas Hardye v The Gryphon

Wells Cathedral v Bristol Cathedral

Hardenhuish v Malmesbury

St Peter’s Gloucester 71-0 Royal Wootton Basset

Wycliffe College v Bye

Tewkesbury v Bye

The Cotswold v Bye

 

Round 3

Wellington v Thomas Hardye (Thursday)

Wells Cathedral/Bristol Cathedral v Hardenhuish/Malmesbury

St Peter’s, Gloucester v Wycliffe College (Tuesday)

Tewkesbury v The Cotswold – TBC

 

Round 3 in South West A kicks off on Tuesday when former Cup champions St Peter’s Gloucester host Wycliffe College. The winner will then face either Tewkesbury or The Cotswold in round 4, though a date is yet to be confirmed for that third round fixture. The next action in the section is then on Thursday when Wellington College host Thomas Hardye. The winners of that one may have a bit of a wait afterwards though with both second round fixtures still to be played before the confirmation of the other two third round school.

 

South West B

 

Round 1

St Edward’s, Oxford 64-21 Lord Williams’

The Oratory v Bye

Forest 36-17 Windsor Boys’

Gordon’s w/o Howard of Effingham

Farnborough 6th form College w/o Godalming College

Bye v Bye

Kennet 28-17 St Bartholomew’s

Park House v Bye

Bye v Bye

Peter Symonds’ College 44-7 KES Southampton

Bye v Bye

Exeter v Bye

Bye v Bye

Brockenhurst College 29-5 Bournemouth

Bye v Bye

Clayesmore 21-26 Poole GS

 

Round 2

St Edward’s Oxford 21-15 The Oratory

Forest 28-47 Gordon’s

Farnborough v Bye

Kennet v Park House

Peter Symonds’ College v Bye

Exeter v Bye

Brockenhurst v Bye

Poole GS v Bye

 

Round 3

St Edward’s, Oxford v Gordon’s (Wednesday)

Farnborough v Kennet/Park House

Peter Symonds’ College v Exeter (Wednesday)

Brockenhurst v Poole GS – TBC

 

St Edward’s Oxford host Gordon’s in a massive tie on Wednesday, the winners will then play host to either Farnborough or the victor from the Kennt v Park House second round tie. Also on Wednesday is Peter Symonds’ College v Exeter, who are in sparkling form. They will play the winner of Brockenhurst v Poole Grammar in the regional semi final.