Trinity School are thriving in theSOCS Daily Mail Schools Trophy because of their love of the game
Trinity School have a simple reason why they are doing so well in this season's SOCS Daily Mail Schools Trophy.
The Croydon-team continue to push leaders Clifton College following their sixth win of the autumn, 54-5 over Hurstpierpoint College.
And head of rugby Paul Roberts explains: 'Our players just love rugby. They train very hard and are always looking at the big games and how to improve.
'They always listen very well and are looking to develop their game,' he added.
Trinity are an emerging force in schools rugby having won the national under-18s title last season.
The success has continued this autumn as the team have put together a string of wins including Brighton College, 31-7, and Hampton, 15-0 plus runners-up in the prestigious St Joseph's tournament.
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