Sedbergh School scrum half James Naylor scored a sensational individual try against Wellington in the Daily Mail Trophy on Wednesday night.
Naylor spotted a gap on the edges of a ruck and made a clean break down the middle of the field. The youngster gassed his opposite number before stepping the full back to complete a wonderful 60-metre score.
The try came with five minutes left on the clock and extended Sedbergh’s lead to 12 points following a successful conversion and the Cumbrian side went on to win the game 22-10.
Sedbergh now sit second in the merit table behind Cranleigh having won eight from eight in the competition and they’ve now won seven of the past 10 games against Wellington.
Watch the full match below: