Which Lion went to the MOST expensive school? - Ruck

Which Lion went to the MOST expensive school?

11 of the match-day squad to face the All Blacks went to private schools.

Although a slight majority of eight are in the starting XV, there is still a strong public school spine to the Lions’ team, as there always has been.

But who went to the most expensive school? You might be surprised.


Fullback: Liam Williams – Gowerton Comprehensive, Swansea (Free)
Wing: Anthony Watson – St George’s College, London (£17,235)
Centre: Jonathan Davies – Dyffryn Taf Comprehensive (Free)
Centre: Ben Te’o – Keebra Park State High School (Free)
Wing: Elliot Daly – Whitgift School, Croydon (£35,522)
Fly-half: Owen Farrell – St George’s School, Hertfordshire (£11,175)
Scrum-half: Conor Murray – St Munchin’s College (Free)
Prop: Mako Vunipola – Millfield, Somerset (£34,650)
Hooker: Jamie George – Haileybury, Hertfordshire (£30,900)
Prop: Tadhg Furlong  – St Augustine’s and Good Counsel College, New Ross (Free)
Lock: Alun Wyn Jones – Llandovery College (£8,395)
Lock: George kruis – St John’s School, Leatherhead (£7,890)
Flanker: Peter O’Mahony – Presentation Brothers College, Cork (£3,000)
Flanker: Sean O’Brien – Tullow Community School (Free)
Number 8: Taulupe Faletau – Trevethin Community School (Free)
Ken Owens – Bro Myrddin Welsh Comprehensive School – (Free)
Jack McGrath – St Mary’s College, Dublin – (£8,000)
Kyle Sinckler –  Graveney School, London (Free)
Maro Itoje – St George’s School, Harpenden (£11,400)
Sam Warburton – Whitchurch High School (Free)
Rhys Webb – Brynteg Comprehensive School (Free)
Johnny Sexton – St Mary’s College, Dublin – (£8,000)
Leigh Halfpenny – Penyrheol Comprehensive School (Free)
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