A former Rugby Academy star at Rydal Penrhos continued his try-scoring form for Principality Premiership side Newport last weekend.
Adam Sabri, who left the school last summer, started for the Amber and Blacks in their WRU National Cup clash against Aberavon, and the back managed to cross the whitewash yet again in their convincing 22-9 success.
The ex-Head Boy managed to secure the top available A-level mark in Chemistry, while securing As in Biology and Mathematics and he is now studying Denistry at the University of Cardiff.
During his time at Rydal Penrhos, Sabri was a member of the school’s Academy programme, which is run in partnership with RGC and the Welsh Rugby Union and was a key figure in the Gogs’ U16 and U18 sides alongside fellow pupils Dan Owen, Nick Dundee, Euan Humphries, Henry Maitland-Davies and Efan Jones.
Director of Sport Allen Boyd, said: “Adam was a model pupil and athlete during his time here at Rydal Penrhos, and it is great to see him thriving for a high-profile side such as Newport.
“He has further demonstrated that he is one of the top young prospects operating in the top flight, and Adam is just one of many former Rugby Academy prospects that began at Rydal Penrhos that have gone on to achieve great things in the game.”