On Total Rugby they did a decent sized segment on the Lloydies tour of France. They apparently won 2 games and lost to Toulouse. Good PR for the LLoydies.
They did very well , in reality though French Club Rugby at that level/age has no traction , it comes on later. A top local Rep side of appropriate age would beat them all easily.
No doubt there will have been private school recruitment on the tour and I hope those who have been lured in have been carefully advised to ensure they have time to feature academically. With the advent of professional coaching in schools , single sport loading and very physical and daily time consuming standards are applied , in complete contrast to academic advice in the same schools. Tired and bored young men suffering insufficient sleep cannot study. Bullying has raised its ugly head.
There is no point in donning a private school blazer for a few years if you end up poorly educated with a very marginal chance at a sporting career.
That's said , how unfortunate is it that League had picked up four talented Australian Schoolboys before their end of season overseas tour.
Management of Rugby at that level is ineffective, the man in charge an alleged talented administrator (and he did captain a GPS school in his day - his personal pinnacle) is political and vindictive. He seems to have been found out by the players themselves.