1910 Five Nations Championship

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1910 Five Nations Championship
Date 1 January 1910 - 28 March 1910
Countries  England
 France
 Ireland
 Scotland
 Wales
Tournament statistics
Champions  England (4th title)
Calcutta Cup  England
Matches played 6
1909 (Previous) (Next) 1911

The 1910 Five Nations Championship was the first series of the rugby union Five Nations Championship following the inclusion of France into the Home Nations Championship. Including the previous Home Nations Championships, this was the twenty-eighth series of the annual northern hemisphere rugby union championship. Ten matches were played between January 1 and March 28. It was contested by England, France, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Table[edit]

Position Nation Games Points Table
points
Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1  England 4 3 1 0 36 14 +22 7
2  Wales 4 3 0 1 88 28 +60 6
3  Scotland 4 2 0 2 46 28 +18 4
4  Ireland 4 1 1 2 11 36 −25 3
5  France 4 0 0 4 20 95 −75 0

Results[edit]

1 January 1910
Wales  49–14  France
15 January 1910
England  11–6  Wales
22 January 1910
Scotland  27–0  France
5 February 1910
Wales  14–0  Scotland
12 February 1910
England  0–0  Ireland
26 February 1910
Ireland  0–14  Scotland
3 March 1910
France  3–11  England
12 March 1910
Ireland  3–19  Wales
19 March 1910
Scotland  5–14  England
28 March 1910
France  3–8  Ireland

The matches[edit]

Wales vs. France[edit]

1 January 1910
 Wales 49 – 14  France
Try: Gibbs (3)
Morgan (2)
Maddock (2)
J. Jones
Gronow
Con: Bancroft (8)
Pen: Bancroft
Try: Lafitte
Mauriat
Con: Menrath
Pen: Menrath (2)
St Helen's, Swansea
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: W Williams (England)

Wales: Jack Bancroft (Swansea), Phil Hopkins (Swansea), Hopkin Maddock (London Welsh), Jack Jones (Newport), Billy Trew (Swansea) capt., Dick Jones (Swansea), Reggie Gibbs (Cardiff), Joe Pullman (Neath), Ben Gronow (Bridgend), Cliff Pritchard (Newport), Phil Waller (Newport), Jim Webb (Abertillery), Tom Evans (Llanelli), Ivor Morgan (Swansea), Dick Thomas (Newport)

France: A Menrath (SCUF), M Bruneau (S. Bordelais), H Houblain (SCUF), M Burgun (RCF), G Lane (RCF) capt., C Martin (FC Lyon), J Maysonnie (S. Toulouse), P Mauriat (FC Lyon), A Masse (S Bordelais), M Hourdebaigt (S Bordelais), P Guillemin (RCF), R Lafitte (SCUF), G Thevenot (SCUF), M Boudreau (SCUF), J Anduran (SCUF)


England vs. Wales[edit]

15 January 1910
England  11–6  Wales
Try: Chapman
Solomon
Con: Chapman
Pen: Chapman
Try: Evans
Gibbs
Twickenham, London
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: John Dallas (Scotland)

England: WR Johnston (Bristol), FE Chapman (Westoe), JGG Birkett (Harlequins), RW Poulton (Oxford University), Barney Solomon (Redruth), AD Stoop (Harlequins) capt., DR Gent (Gloucester), HJS Morton (Blackheath), L Haigh (Manchester), WA Johns (Gloucester), DF Smith (Richmond), EL Chambers (Bedford), Harry Berry (Gloucester), LE Barrington-Ward (Edinburgh University), Charles Pillman (Blackheath)

Wales: Jack Bancroft (Swansea), Phil Hopkins (Swansea), Reggie Gibbs (Cardiff), Jack Jones (Pontypool), Billy Trew (Swansea) capt., Dick Jones (Swansea), Dicky Owen (Swansea), Harry Jarman (Newport), Ben Gronow (Bridgend), Cliff Pritchard (Newport), David John Thomas (Swansea), Jim Webb (Abertillery), Tom Evans (Llanelli), Ivor Morgan (Swansea), Joseph Pugsley (Cardiff)


Scotland vs. France[edit]

22 January 1910
Scotland  27–0  France
Try: Tennent (3)
Robertson (2)
Angus
Gowlland
Con: MacCallum (3)
Inverleith, Edinburgh
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: G.A. Harris (Ireland)

Scotland: FG Buchanan (Oxford University), James Pearson (Watsonians), IPM Robertson (Watsonians), Alex Angus (Watsonians), JT Simson (Watsonians), George Cunningham (Oxford University) capt., JM Tennant (West of Scotland), Louis Spiers (Watsonians), GM Frew (Glasgow HSFP), JC MacCallum (Watsonians), AR Moodie (St Andrews Uni), Charles Stuart (West of Scotland), R.C. Stevenson (St Andrews Uni), JMB Scott (Edinburgh Acads.), GC Gowlland (London Scottish)

France: J Combe (S Francais), E Lesieur (S Francais), J Dedet (S Francais), M Burgun (RCF), C Vareilles (S Francais), C Martin (FC Lyon), A Theuriet (SCUF), M Boudreau (SCUF), J Cadenat (SCUF), M Hourdebaigt (S Bordelais), P Guillemin (RCF), R Lafitte (SCUF), M Communeau (S Francais) capt., A Masse (S Bordelais), P Mauriat (FC Lyon)


Wales vs. Scotland[edit]

5 February 1910
 Wales 14 – 0  Scotland
Try: Pugsley
Spiller
Baker
Ivor Morgan
Con: Bancroft
Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff
Referee: G.H.B. Kennedy (Ireland)

Wales: Jack Bancroft (Swansea), Billy Spiller (Cardiff), Reggie Gibbs (Cardiff), Mel Baker (Newport), Billy Trew (Swansea) capt., Percy Bush (Swansea), William Llewellyn Morgan (Cardiff), Harry Jarman (Newport), Ben Gronow (Bridgend), Ernie Jenkins (Newport), David John Thomas (Swansea), Jim Webb (Abertillery), Tom Evans (Llanelli), Ivor Morgan (Swansea), Joseph Pugsley (Cardiff)

Scotland: WR Sutherland (Hawick), James Pearson (Watsonians), DG Schulze (London Scottish), Alex Angus (Watsonians), JT Simson (Watsonians), E Milroy (Watsonians), JM Tennant (West of Scotland), Louis Spiers (Watsonians), GM Frew (Glasgow HSFP) capt., JC MacCallum (Watsonians), AR Moodie (St Andrews Uni), Charles Stuart (West of Scotland), R.C. Stevenson (St Andrews Uni), JMB Scott (Edinburgh Acads.), GC Gowlland (London Scottish)


England vs. Ireland[edit]

12 February 1910
England  0–0  Ireland
Twickenham, London
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: T.D. Schofield (Wales)

England: WR Johnston (Bristol), FE Chapman (Westoe), JGG Birkett (Harlequins), LW Haywood (Cheltenham), Edgar Mobbs (Northampton), AD Stoop (Harlequins capt., DR Gent (Gloucester), HJS Morton (Blackheath), L Haigh (Manchester), WA Johns (Gloucester), DF Smith (Richmond), EL Chambers (Bedford), Harry Berry (Gloucester), LE Barrington-Ward (Edinburgh University), Charles Pillman (Blackheath)

Ireland: WP Hinton (Old Wesley), C Thompson (Belfast Collegians), AS Taylor (Queen's University), AR Foster (Queen's University), JP Quinn (Dublin University), RA Lloyd (Dublin University), HM Read (Dublin University), OJS Piper (Cork Constitution), JC Blackham (Queen's Co., Cork), GT Hamlet (Old Wesley) capt., T Haplin (Garryowen), Tommy Smyth (Malone), WF Riordan (Cork Constitution), Bethel Solomons (Wanderers), G McIldowie (Malone)


Ireland vs. Scotland[edit]

26 February 1910
Ireland  0–14  Scotland
Try: Dobson
Walter (2)
Stuart
Con: MacCallum

Ireland: WP Hinton (Old Wesley), C Thompson (Belfast Collegians), AS Taylor (Queen's University), AR Foster (Queen's University), JP Quinn (Dublin University), RA Lloyd (Dublin University), HM Read (Dublin University), OJS Piper (Cork Constitution), JC Blackham (Queen's Co., Cork), GT Hamlet (Old Wesley) capt., T Haplin (Garryowen), Tommy Smyth (Newport), H Moore (Queen's University), Bethel Solomons (Wanderers), G McIldowie (Malone)

Scotland: DG Schulze (London Scottish), DG Macpherson (The London H.), James Pearson (Watsonians), MW Walter (London Scottish), JD Dobson (Glasgow Academicals), G Cunningham (Oxford University) capt., AB Lindsay (The London H.), Cecil Abercrombie (US Portsmouth), GM Frew (Glasgow HSFP), JC MacCallum (Watsonians), JM Mackenzie (Edinburgh Uni.), R.C. Stevenson (St Andrews Uni), JMB Scott (Edinburgh Acads.), GC Gowlland (London Scottish), Charles Stuart (West of Scotland)


France vs. England[edit]

3 March 1910
France  3–11  England
Try: Communeau Try: Hudson (2)
Berry
Con: Chapman
Parc des Princes, Paris
Referee: G Bowden (Scotland)

France: J Combe (S Francais), E Lesieur (S Francais), G Lane (RCF), M Bruneau (S Bordelais), C Vareilles (S Francais), J Dedet (S Francais), G Latterade (S Tarbes), R de Malmann (RCF), J Cadenat (SCUF), M Hourdebaigt (S Bordelais), P Guillemin (RCF), G Thevenot (SCUF), M Communeau (S Francais) capt., A Masse (S Bordelais), P Mauriat (FC Lyon)

England: CS Williams (Manchester), FE Chapman (Westoe), Alan Adams (The London H.), Edgar Mobbs (Northampton) capt., A Hudson (Gloucester), H Coverdale (Blackheath), Anthony Henniker-Gotley (Oxford University), Norman Wodehouse (US Portsmouth), WA Johns (Gloucester), Reginald Hands (Oxford University), ES Scorfield (Percy Park), Harry Berry (Gloucester), JAS Ritson (Northern) LE Barrington-Ward (Edinburgh University), Charles Pillman (Blackheath)


Ireland vs. Wales[edit]

12 March 1910
Ireland  3–19  Wales
Try: McIldowie Try: Williams (3)
Gibbs
Dyke
Drop: Bush

Ireland: WP Hinton (Old Wesley), C Thompson (Belfast Collegians) capt., AS Taylor (Queen's University), CT O'Callaghan (Carlow), RK Lyle (Dublin University), AN McClinton (NIFC), WS Smyth (Belfast Collegians), OJS Piper (Cork Constitution), FM McCormac (Wanderers), JC Blackham (Wanderers), T Haplin (Garryowen), Tommy Smyth (Newport), HG Wilson (Malone), Bethel Solomons (Wanderers), G McIldowie (Malone)

Wales: Jack Bancroft (Swansea), Billy Spiller (Cardiff), Reggie Gibbs (Cardiff) capt., Louis Dyke (Cardiff), Johnnie Williams (Cardiff), Percy Bush (Swansea), Tommy Vile (Newport), Harry Jarman (Newport), Ben Gronow (Bridgend), Ernie Jenkins (Newport), David John Thomas (Swansea), Jim Webb (Abertillery), Tom Evans (Llanelli), Ivor Morgan (Swansea), Joseph Pugsley (Cardiff)

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