1948–49 French Rugby Union Championship

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1948–49 French Rugby Union Championship
Countries  France
Champions Castres
Runners-up Mont-de-Marsan

The 1948-49 French Rugby Union Championship was won by Castres that beat Mont-de-Marsan in the final.

Formulas[edit]

The tournament was played by 48 teams divided en 8 pools.

Twenty Four teams were qualified to play la second phase with eight pools of three teams. Sixteen teams were qualified to play the "Last 16" phase.

Context[edit]

The 1949 Five Nations Championship was won by Ireland, France ended second.

The "Coupe de France" was won by Bègles that beat Toulose in the final.

Second round[edit]

In bold the qualified for "last 16" phase.

Poule A[edit]

Poule B[edit]

Poule C[edit]

Poule D[edit]

Poule E[edit]

Poule F[edit]

Poule G[edit]

Poule H[edit]

Last 16[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the quarter of finals.

Castres - Limoges 21 - 6
Toulon - Biarritz 21 - 3
Vienne - Tyrosse 11 - 3
Agen - Begles 14 - 9
Mont-de-Marsan - Stadoceste 11 - 0
Toulouse - Auch 9 - 8
Brive - Montauban 8 - 3
Montferrand - Loudes 16 - 8

Quarter of finals[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for The semifinals.

Castres - Toulon 17 - 6
Vienne - Agen 14 - 6
Mont-de-Marsan - Toulouse 6 - 5
Brive - Montferrand 8 - 0

Semifinals[edit]

Castres - Vienne 12 - 6
Mont-de-Marsan - Brive 8 - 0

Final[edit]

The first match ended 3-3 after over time. A secon match was necessary.

Teams Castres - Mont-de-Marsan
Score 14-3
Date 22 May 1949
Venue Stade des Ponts-Jumeaux, Toulouse
Referee Lucien Barbe
Line-up
Castres Clément Fité, André Alary, Jacques Larzabal, Victor Lachat, Jean Pierre-Antoine, René Coll, Jean Matheu-Cambas, Raphael Lopez, André Chanfreau, Albert Torrens, Armand Balent, Robert Espanol, Raymond Fabre, Maurice Siman, Joseph Moreno
Mont-de-Marsan Léonce Beheregaray, Pierre Pascalin, André Brocas, Pierre Casassus, Jean-Noël Brocas, Georges Berrocq-Irigoin, René Lasserre, Jacques Larrezet, Jean Darrieussecq, Emmanuel Baradat, André Labeyrie, Jean Loyola, Jean Dachary, Rémy Cabos, Albert Bonnecaze
Scorers
Castres 3 tries Matheu, Balent and Coll, 1 drop Torrens, 1 conversion de Pierre-Antoine
Mont-de-Marsan 1 try Larrezet


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