2007–08 National Division Three North

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National Division Three North, is the 4th tier of the English rugby union system. It includes 14 amateur teams playing a 26 match season on a home and away basis.

The 2007–08 league was won by Tynedale who were promoted to National Division Two. Darlington Mowden Park qualified for the play-off but lost out to Cinderford.

Participating teams[edit]

League table[edit]

2007/2008 National Division Three North Table watch · edit · discuss
Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Points Diff Bonus Points Points
Tynedale (C) 23 21 1 1 623 259 364 12 98
Darlington Mowden Park 23 15 0 8 632 452 180 13 73
Fylde 23 13 2 8 480 448 32 10 66
Leicester Lions 23 12 2 9 578 418 160 13 65
Harrogate 23 13 0 10 430 378 52 12 64
Caldy 23 11 2 10 483 444 39 10 58
Rugby Lions 23 12 0 11 488 501 -13 8 56
Preston Grasshoppers 23 12 0 11 415 524 -109 6 54
Hull Ionians 23 11 0 12 389 493 -104 10 54
Bradford & Bingley 23 9 1 13 452 500 -48 13 51
West Park St. Helens 23 7 2 14 398 538 -140 10 42
Morley 23 7 3 13 393 490 -97 7 41
Macclesfield 23 7 1 15 391 448 -57 10 40
Beverley (R) 23 4 0 19 369 628 -259 10 26
Reference National Clubs Association and BBC Sport: Updated 03-27-2008 --- Current English Leagues