Seevic College vs Coleg Y Cymoedd in the AoC Finals
Friday, 29 April 2016
Seevic Rugby Academy students are preparing to fight it out to win the Rugby Union Aoc Premier Play-off Finals.
The students have been working hard in order to secure their place in the finals which will be played on Wednesday, 4 May.
After beating Exeter, on Wednesday 20 April, with a score of 40-10 the boys will now take on Welsh team Coleg Y Cymoedd for the title. The Rugby Academy have been on a winning streak after also winning silver in the National 7’s at the AoC Tournament on Sunday 17 April.
Norbertas Radzevicius, 17, has played in all competitions throughout the year and said: “We have had a really close season, but now we have made it and it is an amazing feeling.”
Proud Director of Rugby, Danny Cleare, said: “All the boys are dedicated and have been working hard throughout the season to get here.
“Our complete team performance is incredible and is developing in every game. I am excited to see how they play in the finals and I am confident that every single one of them will put their all into winning.”
Norbertas, who is currently studying BTEC Level 3 Sport and Exercise Science said: “After winning the silver in the 7’s tournament and beating Exeter, last year’s winners, it has given us a big boost in confidence and has motivated us even more to go and win the finals.”
Najee Mundicha, 18, added to Norbertas comment by saying: “We have all put in the work and now it is time to show what we are made of.”
The rugby team have been through many stages in order to get to where they are now and have beaten teams including Hartpury and Oaklands College.
Dedicated winger Radzevicius added: “We are really playing as a team now and that is the main thing, we have been working together and we have got a lot closer to make sure our game is as tight as possible.”
The Rugby Academy at Seevic is completed alongside A-Level or Vocational courses. Register your interest at www.seevic-college.co.uk/sport