Old Reigatian had a good day at the office at the Surrey County Sevens.
The young side (for whom KJ at 25 was something of an over-age player) began with a comfortable win against an under-resourced Old Georgians.
Their second match was a loss in a game they could have won against a well prepared and dogged Barnes side who eventually got through to the final of the main competition. Now in the Bowl, Reigatians beat Old Cranleighans, and Old Johnians improving in each game before coming up against Old Rutlishians in the final. After a tight first half, Reigatians stretched away to win the title comfortably.
The squad captained by Will Sharp, often playing in an unaccustomed role as a forward, and organised by Will Godwin showing unexpected powers of improvisation consisted of Chris Ellis, Reilly Franklin-Talbot, Will Godwin, Robin Hardman, James Hudson, Joe McLaren, David Minear, Kudakwashe Mushava, Ross Norton, and Will Sharp. All contributed to an excellent all round team performance.