1929–30 French Rugby Union Championship

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1929–30 French Rugby Union Championship
Countries  France
Champions Agen'
Runners-up Quillan

The 1929−30 French Rugby Union Championship of first division was won by Agen that defeated the Quillan in the final.

The Championship was contested by 40 clubs divided in 8 pools of five.

Some team were qualified for their results in regional championship: CASG (2nd in Paris), Libourne (4th en Côte d'Argent), FC Lyon (4th en Lyonnais) and CS Oyonnax (5th du Lyonnais).

Five new clubs was promoted in the "Excellence" : Hendaye, Lyon OU, Oyonnax, Roanne (champion Honneur 1929) and Soustons.

They raplace Stade Bagnères, Dax. Mazamet, Montauban and Racing.

First Round[edit]

In Bold the qualified teams:

Second Round[edit]

In Bold the qualified teams:

  • Carcassone , Touloun, Fumel
  • Narbonne, Stadoceste, Toulouse
  • Lézignan, Pau, Perpignan
  • Lourdes, Montferrand, Stade Français
  • Cognac, Quillan, Toulouse OEC
  • Bègles, Biarritz, Grenoble
  • Béziers, SA Bordeaux, US Perpignan
  • Agen, Limoges, Pamiers

Quarter of finals[edit]

(le 13 April 1930)

April 1930 Pau - Stade Français 5 - 3 Clermont-Ferrand
April 1930 Carcassone - Biarritz 18 - 3 Tarbes
April 1930 Agen - Stadoceste 18 - 0 Bordeaux
April 1930 Quillan - SA Bordeaux 10–5 o.t. Toulouse

Semifinals[edit]

4 May 1930 Agen - Pau 18 - 5 Bordeaux
4 May 1930 Quillan - Carcassone 0–0 o.t. Colombes
11 May 1930 Quillan - Carcassone 3 - 0 Lyon

The match Agen-Pau was signed by the death of the wing of Agen Michel Pradié (18 years), after a violent tackle.

Final[edit]

Teams Agen - Quillan
Score 4-0 after over time
Date 18 May 1930
Venue Parc Lescure de Bordeaux
Referee Henri Lahitte
Line-up
Agen Marius Guiral, Lucien Augras, Max Vigerie, Guy Mieyaa, Didier Lamoulien, Louis Castaing, Gaston Capgras, Robert Samatan, Louis Dattas, Jean Dupuy, Jean-Baptiste Bédère, Etienne Dupouy, Pierre Soulès, Urbain Sourbie, Robert Gibertha
Quillan Louis Destarac, Antonin Barbazanges, René Bonnemaison, Marcel Baillette, Marcel Soler, Amédée Cutzach, François Corbin, Eugène Ribère, Jean Galia, Charles Bigot, Germain Raynaud, Joseph Raynaud, Georges Delort, Baco, Guy Flamand
Scorers
Agen 1 drop de Guiral
Quillan


Other competitions[edit]

L'Amicale Sportive Bortoise became Champione de France Honneur (2nd division) winning in the final against F:C: Saint-Claude 5−0.

In the Promotion Championship (3rd division), Stade Niortais beat Sporting Club Salonais 6−3.

En 4th division, the A.S. de la Bourse est French Champion beating US Mourillonnaise (Toulon) 10−3.

L'US Perpigan was winner of tournament for 2nd XV winning against the Stade Français 14−5.

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