AASE teams confirm ranking places

  • AASE League teams in ranking play-offs
  • Final to be played on Friday, 2 December at Allianz Park 

St Paul’s Catholic College’s impressive turnaround of form has helped them secure a respectable ninth place finish in this year’s AASE League after a 62-10 win over Myerscough College at SGS Filton College.

The London Irish affiliated side were sitting bottom of the AASE South Group after stage one before two wins in three matches propelled them to the top their second stage group. 

Rob Smith and captain Ruairidh Swan both touched down for Sale Sharks affiliated Myerscough, but it was a convincing victory for St Paul’s who score nine tries of their own to end their AASE campaign on a positive note. 

Filton overcome Moulton

SGS Filton College made the most of their home advantage to comfortably secure 11th place in the AASE League this season after a 46-3 victory over Moulton College. 

Filton narrowly missed out on top spot in their second stage group and they put Northampton Saints affiliated Moulton to the sword with a commanding display. 

Outside centre Ezra Caven and full back Iwan Hughes picked up two tries each as the Bristol affiliated team ran out comfortable winners. 

Truro dominate Bishop Burton

Exeter Chiefs affiliated Truro and Penwith College took 13th spot in this year’s AASE League after comprehensive 69-0 win over Bishop Burton College.

Truro dominated from the outset against Yorkshire Carnegie affiliated Bishop Burton College and scored an impressive 50 points in the first half.

Bishop Burton fought back in the second half, but Truro finished their AASE League campaign with a win.

Three matches are played on Wednesday (30th November) and Thursday (1st December) to determine their final positions in the AASE League this season with the Championship Final taking place between Gosforth Academy and Exeter College at Allianz Park on Friday 2nd December, scheduled for a 5:00pm kick off.