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Judd Students past & present excelling in Community and Representative Rugby

Well done to 

Alex Everett Most Appearances (24) for Cornish Pirates RFC in the National Championship this season. 

- Alfie Scopes Representing England Students vs French Universities, winning the Test, as well as his second International cap, first in Rugby, having previously represented England in Athletics.

 - Tom Kendrick consistently represented Tonbridge Juddians RFC, excelling in the big A21 Derby vs Sevenoaks recently, where he played against another OJ Alexi Hickin of the same year. Tom is the first Judd student to represent TJs at National League Level 3. 

- Well done to Frank & Angus for representing Saracens in the U17 England Academy Pathway Games vs Bristol; London Irish, Exeter Chiefs; Wasps; MIdlands and Yorkshire Academies. Also further congratulations to Angus for representing England U17s against Hartpury U18s at their most recent International Development Camp at Hartpury College. 

- Massive congratulations to our talented Y13 TJ contingent, Led by our Captain Toby Brown, who recently won the National Cup, eclipsing their brilliant appearance in the Final the Year before.

 -  Well done also to our equally talented Sevenoaks RFC Cohort, led by vice captains, Louis Bouverie (captain of the backs) and Dominic Stangroome (forwards captain), who won the Kent League beating all similar opposition.

 - Congratulations to Eddie Trebess; Oli Ebsworth; Fin Stables; Charlie Cordinor & Isaac Canham for representing Kent U17s last weekend.

- Lastly, a huge congratulations to Angus (Y12) for being invited to join the England U18 rugby squad who will be touring South Africa this summer, where he hopes to play against Argentina, France, and South Africa amongst other Touring Sides. Angus has impressed the Coaches & Selectors in his England Academy Games and has seemingly gone from strength to strength having already represented his School and Club at 1st XV level for two years already! 

Angus is set to be our first Full England U18 Cap since the change of pathway and will hope to emulate the OJs that have gone on to be professional rugby players before him.