1920–21 French Rugby Union Championship

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1920–21 French Rugby Union Championship
Countries  France
Champions US Perpignan
Runners-up Toulouse

The 1920-21 French Rugby Union Championship 1920-21 was won by US Perpignan that beat Toulose in the final.

The Championship, organized before by USFSA (Union des sociétés françaises de sports athlétiques), for the first time was organized by the new Fédération française de rugby.

The Championship was open at the better club of the French regions. After a prelimanry round, the eliminatory consisted of semifinals and finals.

First Round[edit]

Périgueux - Bayonne 0 - 5
SA Bordeaux - Le Havre 9 - 0
Toulon - Perpignan 5 - 21
Saint-Gaudens - Agen 12 - 0
Cognac - Stadoceste tarbais 0 - 20
Olympique de Paris - Lorrain 21 - 3
Béziers - Grenoble 6 - 3
SBUC - Stade Nantais -
Racing Paris - FC Lyon 22 - 0
Dax - Rocherfort 32 - 0
AS Bayonne - Poitiers 8 - 0
Brive - Toulouse 0 - 9

Second Round[edit]

Stadoceste tarbais - Sa Bordeaux -
Racing Paris - Saint-Gaudens 6 - 0
US Perpignan - Olympique de Paris -
Toulouse - AS Bayonne -
Bayonne - Béziers 6 - 0
SBUC - Dax 4 - 0

Semifinals Pool[edit]

Pool A[edit]

mar.1921 Toulouse - Stadoceste tarbais 9 - 3
mar.1921 Toulouse - Bayonne 18 - 5
apr.1921 Stadoceste tarbais - Bayonne 6 - 3

Ranking: Toulouse 4, Stadoceste 2, Aviron 0

Pool B[edit]

mar. 1921 Racing Paris - Perpignan 3 - 5
mar. 1921 Perpignan - SBUC 15 - 0
apr. 1921 SBUC - Racing Paris 0 - 3

Ranking: US Perpignan 4, Racing 2, Stade bordealis 0

Final[edit]

Teams US Perpignan - Toulose
Score 5-0
Date 17 April 1921
Venue Stade de Sauclières (Béziers)
Referee Robert Dussaut
Line-up
US Perpignan Etienne Cayrol, Raoul Got, Louis Dutrey, René Salinié, Roger Ramis, Joseph Pascot, Joseph Barante, Noël Sicart, Marcel Henric, Fernand Duron, Joseph Marmayou, Fernand Vaquer, Joseph Martorel, Roger Mauran, Louis Argelès
Toulose E.Carrouy, Jean Bacquey, Léon Nougal, Alex Bioussa, Joseph Dournac, Henri Galau, Philippe Struxiano, Jean Larrieu, Francis Soubé, J.Berjeaut, Louis Puech, Marcel-Frédéric Lubin-Lebrère, Pierre Pons, Jean Bayard, Alfred Prévost
Scorers
US Perpignan 1 try Duron
1 conversion de Marmayou
Toulose


Other competitions[edit]

In the second division championshiop, the Hendaye won the title winning against Lancey[1] (Villard-Bonnot) - Narbonne 6 - 0

In the third division the title went to White Devils (Perpignan) that beat the Gallia Club (Toulouse) 17 - 0

In the fourth division championship the US Montréjeau beat the Réveil Basco-béarnais (Sucy en Brie) 8 - 3

In the championship for "second XV", Perpignan beat Racing Paris 21 - 0, at Perpignan the April 3, 1921.

Sources[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Le Lancey Sport est devenu le cercle sportif Grésivaudan Belledonne