Young rugby players in Kent got the chance to learn firsthand from Bethany’s 1st XV players how to survive for an entire season unbeaten when the school hosted a tournament for Under 10s.Three clubs from across the county - Tunbridge Wells RFC, Sevenoaks RFC and the Tonbridge Juddians - took part in the three way end-of-season tournament cheered on by supporters supplied by Friends of Bethany (FOBS) with traditional rugby fare of bacon sandwiches and cakes.Bethany parent and FOBS member, Kim Bardoe, said: “We all enjoyed today. It was a lovely, friendly atmosphere and I’m sure this came across to everyone.”Headmaster, Francie Healy, highlighted the importance of rugby within sport at Bethany, exemplified by the 1st XV’s unbeaten season and urged the younger players to continue their passion for rugby. Tonbridge Juddians won Pool A and Tunbridge Wells RFC were the champions of Pool B.
About Bethany School
Set on a 60 acre rural campus in the beautiful Kent countryside, Bethany School is a flourishing co-educational day and boarding school that provides a welcoming and caring environment for pupils between the ages of 11 and 18. London is less than an hour by train, Europe on our doorstep thanks to terminals at Ashford and Ebbsfleet, and the rest of the world is within easy reach as Gatwick Airport is just one hour by taxi and Heathrow is an hour and a half.