The balls were firmly in Cardinal Vaughan's court this week when they were honoured guests at Craven Cottage.
The west Kensington school saw their name drawn out of the hat first-hand by children's minister Ed Balls for the last 64 of the national MinuteMaid U13 Cup against Beths Grammar from Kent whom they face this afternoon.
But Balls was also impressed to learn the Vaughan juniors will probably have league scouts sniffing around their games after reaching the quarter-final of the Thomas Tallis Cup as well.
And if that isn't good enough reason to go out and buy a new tin of Brasso, or wonder who that bloke is on the touchline making notes, their busy schedule sees them face Thomas Tallis School in the final of the Inner London Cup in due course.
DAILY MAIL RBS SCHOOLS U15 CUP - ROUND SEVEN Judd School...........11 LONDON ORATORY..........3
A FABULOUS season for London Oratory U15s came to an end when the Fulham school came up against one of the strongest rugby schools in England.
A team beaten only once in four years always had the edge over Oratory, and Oliver Monguel's penalty merely served as a full-stop to an heroic campaign.
Oratory had their chances, and the score was deadlocked for most of the second half until the Tonbridge school converted a last-minute penalty.
But it didn't detract from a season in which Oratory won 19 out of their 25 matches and racked up a massive 852 points.