Grey College progressed to the final of the World Schools Festival in Thailand by claiming late 14-11 victory against Welsh side Cardiff and Vale College.
Grey will now play Hamilton Boys High in the final on Saturday. Hamilton are the New Zealand schools champions and like Grey, they are unbeaten so far at the festival in Thailand.
Grey were made to work hard for this victory, but they once again proved their powerhouse status within the schools rugby community with a stirring late effort to win the game despite not being at their ruthless best.
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Made up of a mix of U17 and U16 players, the large majority of this Grey squad will only play first team rugby next season, but still managed to get the better of Cardiff and Vale College, who back-to-back Welsh Schools and Colleges League and Cup champions.
Before this semi-final, Grey also laid to waste current RFU National Cup champions Trinity School in the quarter final of the tournament on Tuesday.
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