After three tournaments over as many Saturdays, the Singapore Schools Under-14 Sevens Series final will see rugby powerhouse Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) (ACS(I)) face off against traditional rivals Raffles Institution (RI).
RI secured their place in the final despite losing to ACS (I) 12-17 in Saturday's round three final. They finished tied with ACS (Barker) with 16 points, but earned their spot due to a better goal difference. St Andrew's Secondary finished fourth with 14 points.
ACS (I) had earlier qualified for the final after finishing the three tournaments with a maximum 30 points, winning all three legs of the Series.
The two schools, who emerged as the two best teams from a pool of 12 schools, will compete on Sunday afternoon, April 17, after the quarter-finals of the HSBC World Rugby Singapore Sevens at the National Stadium.