1949–50 French Rugby Union Championship

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1949–50 French Rugby Union Championship
Countries  France
Champions Castres
Runners-up Racing Paris

The 1949-50 French Rugby Union Championship was contested by 48 teams divided en 8 pools, 32 teams were qualified to play the play-offs

The Championship was won by Castres that beat Racing Paris in the final.

Context[edit]

The 1950 Five Nations Championship was won by Wales, France was classified third.

The "Coupe de France" was won by Lourdes that beat the AS Biterroise Cheminots in the final.

"Last 32"[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for second round.

Castres - Angoulême 11 - 6
Béziers - Begles 10 - 3
Limoges - La Rochelle 6 - 3
Mazamet - Montauban 11 - 8
Pau - Dax 9 - 0
Stadoceste - Romans 11 - 0
Carmaux - Toulon 6 - 5
Auch - Cognac 3 - 0
Racing Paris - Soustons 17 - 5
Valence - Mont-de-Marsan 3 - 0
Perpignan - Périgueux 3 - 0
Vienne - Biarritz 3 - 3
Bayonne - Toulouse 6 - 3
Lourdes - Vichy 11 - 5
Montferrand - Brive 15 - 12
Lyon OU - Narbonne 16 - 4

"Last 16"[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the quarter of finals.

Castres - Béziers 6 - 3
Limoges - Mazamet 9 - 3
Pau - Stadoceste 11 - 0
Carmaux - Auch 9 - 0
Racing Paris - Valence 6 - 5
Perpignan - Vienne 5 - 3
Bayonne - Loudes 11 - 9
Montferrand - Lyon OU 17 - 5

Quarter of finals[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the semifinals.

Castres - Limoges 6 - 3
Pau - Carmaux 8 - 0
Racing Paris - Perpignan 17 - 0
Bayonne - Montferrand 8 - 3

Semifinals[edit]

Castres - Pau 12 - 11
Racing Paris - Bayonne 13 - 9

Final[edit]

Teams Castres - Racing
Score 11-8
Date 16 April 1950
Venue Stade des Ponts Jumeaux, Toulouse
Referee Charles Durant
Line-up
Castres Clément Fité, André Alary, Jacques Larzabal, Georges Amen, Jean Pierre-Antoine, René Coll, Jean Matheu-Cambas, Victor Lâchât, André Chanfreau, Albert Torrens, Armand Balent, Robert Espanol, Jacques Siman, Maurice Siman, Joseph Moreno
Racing Michel Fontvielle, Jean Benetière, Jean Lhospital, Christian Guilbert, François Varenne, Pierre Salles-Robis, Jean-Claude Bourrier, Louis Pardas, Gérard Dufau, Louis Dionnet, Fernand Cazenave, Francis Desclaux, Pierre Jeanjean, Alain Porthault, Pierre Dizabo
Scorers
Castres 5 tries Matheu-Cambas (3), Balent and Espanol, 1 conversion Pierre-Antoine
Racing 2 tries Porthault, 1 conversion Desclaux


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