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Braemar Festival 2013

Cobham Win the Braemar for the first time 8 tries for nil against

Many thanks to all the teams that game and participated in a very close fought competition. Many thanks to the referees, coaches, helpers, Braemar committee and Matt Howse for putting on a great spectacle.Braemar Cup Image

 Cobham won without conceding a try. However all the games were very tight and the quality of rugby very high- all looks good for the future (see U12 page for full review)

Pool A

Cobham 21 v Salisbury 0

Teddington 0 v Hertford 7

Cobham 12 v Teddington 0

Hertford 0 v Salisbury 7

Cobham 12 v Hertford 0

Teddington 0 v Salisbury 0


Pool B

Haywards Heath 0 v Maidenhead 7

Llanishen 7 v Sevenoaks 0

Haywards Heath 0 v Llanishen 7

Sevenoaks 0 v Maidenhead 7

Haywards Heath 0 v Sevenoaks 0

Llanishen 0 v Maidenhead 0


Plate Semi-Final 1

Hertford 5 v Haywards Heath 12


Plate Semi-Final 2

Sevenoaks 7 v Teddington 7


(Sevenoak's through on coin toss)


Cup Semi-Final 1

Cobham 0 v Llanishen 0 


(Cobham go through due to 3 wins in pool vs Llanishen's 2 wins and a draw)


Cup Semi-Final 2

Maidenhead 14 v Salisbury 7


Bowl Final

Llanishen 14 v Salisbury 7


Plate Final

Haywards Heath 0 v Sevenoaks 7


Cup Final

Cobham 7 v Maidenhead 0


The Braemar Festival is a competition held annually by Cobham Rugby for Under 12s, testing the 'champions of counties' against each other, and was inaugurated in 2009.

The Braemar Club support this competition and provide a focal point for players of previous eras and is named after a building at Surbiton County Grammar School through which all new pupils passed to begin their school lives.



Anthony van Hoffen