1942–43 French Rugby Union Championship

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1942–43 French Rugby Union Championship
Countries  France
Champions Bayonne
Runners-up Agen

The 1942-43 French Rugby Union Championship was won by Bayonne that beat Agen in the final..

After three seasons of non official competitions, the FFR made the decision on 5 June 1982, to restart to play the championship.

At the championship participated:

After the occupation of the second zone by the German Army, in November, the FFR changed the denominations in "Zone North" and "Zone South".

The final was played by the winners of the two zone

Context[edit]

The "Coupe de France" was won by le Agen that beat SBUC in the final.

Quarter of finals[edit]

  • Zone North:
1943 CASG - Biarritz 11 - 10
1943 Bayonne - US Metrò Paris 18 - 9
  • Zone South:
1943 Montferrand - Catalan Perpignan 13 - 12
1943 Agen - Perpignan 11 - 0

Semifinals[edit]

1943 Bayonne - CASG 33 - 0
1943 Agen - Montferrand 8 - 3

Final[edit]

Teams Bayonne - Agen
Score 3-0
Date 21 March 1943
'Venue Parc des Princes, Paris
Arbitre Jean Rous
Squad
Bayonne Jean Mourguy, Ricardo Perez, Jean Casteigt, Jean Dumas, Louis Bisauta, Pierre Labèque, René Arotça, Robert Cazayrous, Jean Dubalen, David Zabaleta, Marcel Lafite, Maurice Calhay, Jean Dauger, Pierre Larre, André Alvarez
Agen François Inza, Jean Clavé, Jean Londaits-Béhère, Marcel Laurent, Robert Landes, Guy Basquet, Maurice Brunetaud, Jean Matheu-Cambas, André Verdier, Camille Bonnet, Georges Baladière, Charles Calbet, Franck Gaubert, Angel Grandaty, Marius Guiral
Points marqués
Bayonne 1 essai de Larre
Agen


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