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15 a side rugby - season's results

Under 12s

Under 13s

Under 14s

Under 15s

2nd XV

1st XV

Rossall

won 27-5

Rossall

drew 27-27

Rossall

won 53-29

Rossall

won 71-12

Rossall

won 64-5

Rossall

won 31-3

QEGS Blackburn

won 46-0

QEGS Blackburn

won 71-12

QEGS Blackburn

won 60-12

QEGS Blackburn

won 45-19

Liverpool College

lost 29-15

Liverpool College

lost 20-12

Rydal

won 31-17

Rydal

won 61-12

Rydal

won 38-12

Rydal

Lost 37-12

Rydal

Lost 54-5

St. John Rigby

won 41-10

Liverpool College

L 32-17

Stonyhurst Prep

Lost 34-14

Liverpool College

Lost 25-14

Bolton School

Won 53-14

Liverpool College

Won 24-0

Rydal

Lost 29-12

St Edwards

Won 31-0

St Edwards

Lost 54-0 

St Edwards

Lost 42-0

De la Salle Dublin

Lost 52-0 

St Edwards

Lost 48-0

St Edwards

Lost 49-0 

 William Hulme GS

Won 63-5

 KES Lytham

Lost 27-12

 Ormskirk

Won 63-7

St Edwards

Lost 47-5 

 

Arnold

Lost 45-0

Ormskirk

Won 48-13 

KES Lytham

Won 51-0 

St. Anselm’s

Lost 57-7 

KES Lytham

Lost 20-0 

 Ormskirk

Won 33-5

Manchester GS 2nd XV

Won 48-22 

 St Anselm’s

Lost 32-10

 Bury GS

St. Anselm’s

Won 27-14 

Manchester GS B team

Won 56-10 

 St David's College, Conwy

Won 47-7

 Arnold

Won 53-17

Arnold

Lost 21-17 

 Arnold School

Lost 26-7

 Manchester GS

Lost 47-7

St.Anselm’s

Lost 22-5

 Arnold School

Lost 13-8

 

Bury GS

Won 49-5

KES Lytham

Lost 28-8

 

 

 

Audenshaw

Lost 26-7

St.Anselm’s

Lost 29-0

 

Bury GS

Won 42-0

 

Bury GS

Won 21-5

 

 

 

Supreme fishing in the Mersey - a good catch!

On Sunday 30th January, Mr Deventer and Mr Williams had a fantastic day sea fishing on the river Mersey with eight boys from the College fishing club. They chartered the Supreme which normally fishes out of Rhyl but on Sunday was fishing the river Mersey for the cod that visit in the winter. The group sailed from Mariners Wharf at 9am and headed off to the hot marks on the river that have in the past produced decent cod. It did not disappoint and there were soon two keepers in the bucket. The day seemed to fly by as every one of the boys managed to land fish. The group managed three different species, cod, dab and whiting; they landed 47 fish in total, over the 10 hours at sea. The boys took half of the fish home for supper, returning the smaller ones back to the river for another day. A great day was had by all and the fishing club at the College goes from strength to strength. Well done boys!

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