The day saw some fantastic rugby played by the teams on show and some very close contests.
Four teams from each age group went through to the semi-finals with the two winners contesting the festival final.
The winners were presented with the trophy at half time during the London Irish vs. Exeter Aviva premiership game.
Special congratulations to the four winners of each age group. These were Maidenhead 1 in U7’s who overcame Farnham by five tries to four. Redingensians won the U8 tournament on a try count back, after drawing with Oxford 1 in the final. Chichester won the U9’s tournament after drawing the final with Maidenhead they were crowned champions after scoring more tries and Worcester beat Farnham by one try to nil to win the U10’s tournament.
London Irish beat the premiership newcomers by 39 points to 17 to round off a great day of rugby.
Thank you to all the players and teams that took part and to Reading University for hosting the event.
Congratulations to all the teams below that took part
Alton, Bracknell, Farnham, Havant 1, Havant 2, Maidenhead 1, Maidenhead 2, Maidenhead 3, Oxford RFC 1, Oxford RFC 2, Redingensians, Wimborne, Wooton Bassett
Alton, Bracknell, Farnham, Fordingbridge, Maidenhead 1, Maidenhead 2, Newbury 1, Newbury 2, Oxford RFC 1, Oxford RFC 2, Redingensians 1, Redingensians 2, Tadley Tigers 1, Tadley Tigers 2, Wimborne, Wooton Bassett
Chichester, Farnham, Fordingbridge, Maidenhead 1, Maidenhead 2, Oakmedians, Oxford RFC 1, Oxford RFC 2, Reading Abbey 1, Reading Abbey 2, Redingensians, St Edward's School, Tadley Tigers, Wimborne, Wooton Bassett, Worcester RFC 1,Worcester RFC 2
Alton, Exeter Chiefs, Farnham, Fordingbridge, Maidenhead 1, Maidenhead 2, Reading RFC, Redingensians, Tadley Tigers, Wimborne, Wooton Bassett, Worcester RFC 1, Worcester RFC 2
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