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CARNEGIE CHAMPION SCHOOLS COMPETITION COMES TO BRISTOL

Schools Rugby League teams from Bristol will take their first steps on the “road to Wembley” this Monday (January 24) at the city finals of the nation-wide Carnegie Champion Schools competition.
Year 7, Year 9 and Year 10 teams from St Mary Redcliffe Temple School, Brunel Adacemy in Speedwell and the City Academy, Easton, will battle it out at Aretians RFC, Little Stoke, with places in the South West regional finals of Rugby League’s largest national competition up for grabs. It will be the first time schools teams from Bristol have competed in the Carnegie Champion Schools competition, which culminates in a “finals day” at Wembley before the prestigious Carnegie Challenge Cup Final in August.
Carnegie Champion Schools is the world’s largest knockout Rugby League tournament. Every year, nearly 2000 secondary schools teams

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