1981–82 French Rugby Union Championship

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French Rugby Championship 1981-82
Countries  France
Champions Agen (7th title)
Group B : Aire-sur-Adour
Runners-up Bayonne
Group B : Bourgoin

The 1981-82 French Rugby Union Championship was won by Agen< beating Bayonne in the final.

The group B was won by Avenir Aturin (from Aire-sur-Adour) beating Bourgoin in the final.

Formula[edit]

For the third time, the clubs of the "Group B" didn't participate for the title, but played a proper championship.

In both group the two better of each pool were admitted directly to "last 16" round of knockout stage, while the classifeid from 3rd to 6th of each pool were admitted to a barrage.

Group A[edit]

Qualification round[edit]

The teams are listed as the ranking, in bold the teams admitted directly to "last 16" round.

Pool A[edit]

Pool B[edit]

Pool C[edit]

Pool D[edit]

Barrage[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Pau Montferrand 18-16
Toulose Narbonne 12-19
Boucau Aurillac 13-15
Graulhet Bègles 3-25
Romans Brive 9-12
Carcassonne RRC Nice 13-11
La Voulte La Rochelle 22-18
Lourdes Biarritz 24-12


"Last 16"[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round. For the first time was played with home/away basis.

Remark that the clubs coming from barrage was all eliminated.

Team 1 Team 2 1st match 2nd match
Agen Pau 15-10 9-12
Narbonne Angoulême 15-18 24-17
Perpignan Aurillac 16-18 15-9
Dax Bègles 6-10 15-6
Bayonne Brive 23-9 12-22
Stadoceste Carcassonne 18-3 9-9
Grenoble La Voulte 13-10 14-6
Lourdes Béziers 9-6 6-7


Quarter of finals[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round. (Single match knockout)

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Agen Narbonne 35-6
Perpignan Dax 33-23
Bayonne Stadoceste 13-6
Grenoble Lourdes 12-9


Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Agen Perpignan 15-4
Bayonne Grenoble 20-3


Final[edit]

Teams Agen - Bayonne
Score 18-09
Date 29 May 1982
Venue Parc des Princes, Paris
Referee Christian Garino
Line-up
Agen Jean-Louis Tolot, Jean-Louis Dupont, Daniel Dubroca, Charles Nieucel, Patrick Pujade, Jacques Gratton, Christian Béguerie, Dominique Erbani, Joël Llop, Christian Delage, Bernard Lavigne, Philippe Mothe, Philippe Sella, Jacques Lacroix, Bernard Viviès
Replacements : Bernard Rivière, Bruno Tolot, Patrick Sole, Patrick Mazzer, Claude Bonnet, Jean-Michel Renaud, Éric Saphy
Bayonne Pierre Dospital, Dominique Sagarzazu, Jean Garat, Daniel Barnebougle, Michel Guilleton, Pierre Destandau, Roland Pétrissans, Arnaud Gastambide, Pierre Pucheu, Pierre Alvarez, Laurent Pardo, Christian Belascain, Patrick Perrier, Michel Paredon, Claude Uthurrisq
Replacements : Alain Villacampa, Yves Cedarry, Christian Lembure, Louis Galdos, Alain Peyrelongue, Jean-Louis Pontacq
Scorers
Agen 4 tries Dupont, Sella, Mothe and Lacroix, 1 conversion Mothe
Bayonne 3 penalties Uthurrisq


Agen won the 7th Bouclier de Brennus, after the last victory in 1976.

Group B[edit]

Teams Avenir AturinBourgoin
Score 16-15
Venue Montpellier


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