1989–90 Courage League

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1989–90 Courage League
Countries  England
Champions London Wasps (1st title)
Runners-up Gloucester
Relegated Bedford Blues
Matches played 66

The 1989–90 Courage League was the third season of competitive league rugby union in England. London Wasps were the champions, beating Gloucester by just one point. Bedford Blues were relegated.[1]

Teams[edit]

Results[edit]

The Home Team is listed on the left column.

Clubs BAT BED BRI GLO HAR LEI MOS NOT ORR ROS SAR WAS
Bath Rugby 76-0 32-12 26-15 27-9
Bedford Blues 6-16 8-71 0-24 7-25 3-22 9-44
Bristol Rugby 13-14 6-13 11-13 13-9 6-15 21-22
Gloucester RFC 13-6 37-6 24-9 16-10 41-12 21-21
Harlequins 13-7 15-12 22-27 15-9 19-15 12-9
Leicester Tigers 60-3 16-26 38-20 34-6
Moseley 10-16 12-16 22-21 9-23 6-22 0-42
Nottingham 12-9 47-6 12-3 9-25 6-11 25-12
Orrell 6-9 12-15 33-10 25-13 64-14
Rosslyn Park 6-34 45-12 6-15 18-9 13-15 6-14
Saracens 9-7 17-12 15-9 33-13 12-6
Wasps 9-18 29-4 29-12 16-12 12-6 24-6


Home Win Draw Away Win

Table[edit]


Club
Played
Won
Drawn
Lost
Points For
Points Against
Points Difference
Points
1 Wasps 11 9 0 2 250 106 144 18
2 Gloucester 11 8 1 2 214 139 75 17
3 Bath Rugby (T) 11 8 0 3 258 104 154 16
4 Saracens (P) 11 7 1 3 168 167 1 15
5 Leicester Tigers 11 6 0 5 248 184 64 12
6 Nottingham 11 6 0 5 190 141 49 12
7 Harlequins 11 6 0 5 218 180 38 12
8 Orrell 11 5 0 6 221 132 89 10
9 Bristol Rugby 11 4 0 7 136 144 -8 8
10 Rosslyn Park 11 4 0 7 161 235 -74 8
11 Moseley 11 2 0 9 138 263 -125 4
12 Bedford Blues (R) 11 0 0 11 60 467 -407 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ "COURAGE LEAGUE 1989/1990". Ipernews.com. Retrieved 2011-10-18. 

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