ST BENEDICT'S School's senior team opened its account in the national Daily Mail Cup with a 52-0 win against Enfield GS to set up a tough fixture against Wimbledon College in the next round.
The result made it six wins from seven matches for the Ealing youngsters.
In the summer the school's first and second teams took part in a demanding tour of New Zealand to get them battle-hardened for the new season.
Coached by Kiwi Nick Guise and Richard Finch and captained by Jonah Holmes, the combined side won four of their eight demanding matches against other schools and colleges in the rugby-mad nation.
At the mid-term mark back home, the first XV has already amassed 322 points.
It is a similar tale of success for four of the St Benedict's rugby teams, who have 100 per cent records.
The U15 As (coached by James Clark, captained by Mark Makram), the U15 Bs (coached by Keith Brown, captained by Bill Lansbury), the U14 Bs (coach David Brooks, captain Toby Pearcy) and the fourth team (coached by Tom McBratney, captained by Ned Gray) are all going great guns.
Not to be outdone, the U10s from the junior school were joint winners of the prestigious Dulwich College Prep Tournament in October. They drew 0-0 with Dulwich in the final, having beaten Dulwich College Prep School (15-0), Dulwich (5-0) and Colet Court (15-0).