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Watch live stream: Tyrese Johnson-Fisher leads Oakham School at Twickenham




NatWest Schools Rugby 2014/15 - U15 Vase semi-Final - Oakham School v Bishop Wordsworth's School - Sunday 8th March @ The Allianz Stadium - Oakham celebrate victory Photo: Jim Keogh / Gerry McManus Photography EMN-150323-164052001
NatWest Schools Rugby 2014/15 - U15 Vase semi-Final - Oakham School v Bishop Wordsworth's School - Sunday 8th March @ The Allianz Stadium - Oakham celebrate victory Photo: Jim Keogh / Gerry McManus Photography EMN-150323-164052001

Oakham School play in the final of NatWest Schools U15 Vase tomorrow (Wednesday) at Twickenham, for all of you who can’t get down to the game watch a live stream on the link below.

Oakham reached the final by beating Bishop Wordsworth’s Grammar School 47- 27 in their semi-final at Saracen’s Allianz Park.

During that game Oakham captain Tyrese Johnson-Fisher scored four tries in a game winning performance.

In just two weeks the Youtube video of the young sprint star turned rugby union centre’s performance has been watch more than 1.6m times.

The team, who have competed against seven other schools to make it this far, now have the opportunity of a life time with their final clash against Sherborne School, Dorset, at Twickenham Stadium. Kick off is 12.30pm.

Anyone who would like to attend the game can head to Twickenham Stadium on the day of the match, where tickets are free of charge.

Those who are unable to make it on the day can still catch all the action by watching the live stream of the game : here



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