1924–25 French Rugby Union Championship

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1924–25 French Rugby Union Championship
Countries  France
Champions US Perpignan
Runners-up Carcassone

The 1924-25 French Rugby Union Championship was won by the US Perpignan that defeated the Carcassone in the final.

The Championship was contested by 30 teams divided in 6 pools of 5.

The championship of "première série", was now called "excellence", the second division become "honneur".

Seven new clubs make their debut in "Excellence" : Angoulême, Stade Bagnères, Boucau, Limoges, Mazamet (champion of second division 1924), Arlequins Perpignan and La Teste.

They replaced: Biarritz, SBUC, Chalon, Lézignan, Lourdes, Olympique du Paris and Poitiers.

First Round[edit]

(3 point for victory, 2 for draw, 1 for defeat, 0 in case of forfait)

In 'bold the teams qualified for next round

  • Pool D
    • Grenoble 12 pts,
    • Mazamet 8 pts,
    • Stade Bagnères 8 pts,
    • Béziers 8 pts
    • Soustons 4 pts
    • Tie-Break: Mazamet - Stade Bagnères 9 a 0
    • Tie-Break: Bayonne - Bègles 3 a 0

Quarter of finals[edit]

(3 point for victory, 2 for draw, 1 for defeat, 0 in case of forfait)

  • Pool A
    • Toulouse 6 pts,
    • Bayonne 4 pts
    • Racing 2 pts
  • Pool B
    • Stadoceste 5 pts
    • US Perpignan 5 pts
    • Stade Français 2 pts
    • Tie-Break : US Perpignan – Stadoceste 5 - 3
  • Pool C
    • Narbonne 6 pts
    • Albi 4 pts
    • Grenoble 2 pts
  • Pool D
    • Carcassone 6 pts
    • Mazamet 3 pts
    • SA Bordeaux 3 pts

Semifinals[edit]

5 apr. 1925 Carcassonne - Toulouse 3 - 0 Bordeaux
5 apr. 1925 Perpignan - Narbonne 3 - 3 Toulouse
19 apr. 192 Perpignan - Narbonne 13 - 5 Béziers



Final[edit]

The US Perpignan beat AS Carcassonnaise 5 - 0 (after un first match tied 0-0, on 26 April 1925 at Toulouse, Stade des Ponts-Jumeaux).

Teams US Perpignan - Carcassone
Score 5-0 (5-0)
Date 3 May 1925
Venue Parc Maraussan, Narbonne
Referee Robert Vigné
Line-up
US Perpignan Etienne Cayrol, Marcel Darné, Roger Ramis, Marcel Baillette, René Tabès, Joseph Pascot, Jean Carbonne, Eugène Ribère, Ernest Camo, Noël Sicart, André Rière, Marcel Henric, Camille Montadé, Georges Delort, Joseph Sayrou
Carcassone François Andrieu, Henri Gleyzes, Jean Roux, Albert Miquel, Albert Domec, Philippe Marty, Jean Darsans, Jean Sébédio, Joseph Raynaud, Henri Séguier, Achille Cadenat, Germain Raynaud, Jean Casterot, Roger Mauran, Etienne Aguado
Scorers
US Perpignan 1 try and 1 conversion de Ramis
Carcassone


Other competitions[edit]

The 19 April 1925, in Bordeaux, the Montferrand beat Biarritz in the final of the "Championnat de France Honneur" (2° division) for 14 - 6

In Third division Cercle Athlétique d'Esperaza beat in the final Cheminots de Béziers 25 - 0

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