2012–13 División de Honor B de Rugby

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2012–13 División de Honor B
Countries  Spain
Champions Independiente (Group A)
Alcobendas (Group B)
Runners-up Sant Cugat (Group A)
Les Abelles (Group B)
Matches played 154 (regular season)

The 2012–13 División de Honor B, the XV edition, began on October 13, 2012 with the first matchday of regular season and finished on May 5, 2013 with the Promotion playoffs final.[1]

Competition format[edit]

The regular season runs through 18 matchdays. Upon completion the regular season, the two top teams of each group play a promotion playoff consisting of semifinal and final. The final winner is promoted to División de Honor while the loser team play the promotion playoff against the team qualified 11th in División de Honor. Teams in 9th & 10th standings play the relegation playoff to Primera Nacional.

  • Each win means 4 points to winning team.
  • A draw means 2 points for each team.
  • 1 bonus point for a team that achieves 4 tries in a match.
  • A defeat by 7 or less points means 1 bonus point for defeated team.

2012–13 season teams[edit]

Group A[edit]

  • Teams from northern section of Spain
Team Stadium City/Area Website 2011–12
Pegamo Bera Bera Miniestadio de Anoeta San Sebastián http://www.berabera.com/ 2nd
Oviedo TRADEHI El Naranco Oviedo http://oviedorugby.com/ 3rd
Bathco Independiente Mies de Cozada Santander http://www.independienterugbyclub.eu/ 4th
FC Barcelona La Teixonera Barcelona http://www.fcbrugby.com/ 6th
L'Hospitalet Feixa Llarga L'Hospitalet de Llobregat http://www.rugbyhospitalet.com/ 7th
Durango Ilarduya Arripausueta Durango http://www.durangorugby.com/ 8th
Barcelona UC La Foixarda Barcelona http://www.buc-rugby.com/ P
CRAT Universidade da Coruña Acea da Ma A Coruña http://www.cratcoruna.com/ P
Eibar Hierros Anetxe Unbe Eibar http://www.eibarugby.com/ P
Sant Cugat La Guinardera Sant Cugat del Vallès http://www.rugbysantcugat.santcugatentitats.net/ P
  • Hercesa moved to Group B.

Final standings[edit]

Team Pld W D L PF PA Dif Bonus Pts
1 Bathco Independiente 18 15 1 2 623 278 345 10 72
2 Sant Cugat 18 10 3 5 636 324 312 15 61
3 Oviedo TRADEHI 18 11 1 6 457 360 97 10 56
4 FC Barcelona 18 10 1 7 485 324 161 9 51
5 L'Hospitalet 18 10 0 8 379 319 60 10 50
6 Eibar Hierros Anetxe 18 10 1 7 380 321 59 8 50
7 Pegamo Bera Bera 18 10 0 8 299 414 −115 6 46
8 CRAT Universidade da Coruña 18 7 1 10 355 402 −47 4 34
9 Barcelona UC 18 2 0 16 344 615 −271 9 17
10 Durango Ilarduya 18 1 0 17 189 790 −601 1 5

Source: Federación Española de Rugby

Qualified for Promotion playoffs

Group B[edit]

  • Teams from southern section of Spain
Team Stadium City/Area Website 2011–12
Alcobendas Las Terrazas Alcobendas http://www.alcobendasrugby.com/ 10th
Liceo Francés Ramón Urtubi Madrid http://www.liceo.com/ 3rd
Les Abelles Quatre Carreres Valencia http://www.lesabelles.net/ 4th
CAU Valencia Campo del Río Turia Valencia http://www.caurugbyvalencia.com/ 5th
Hercesa[2] Antonio Machado Alcalá de Henares http://cdhercesa.com/ 5th*
Atlético Portuense Polideportivo Municipal El Puerto de Santa María http://www.craportuense.com/new/ 6th
Arquitectura Estadio Nacional Complutense Madrid http://www.arquitectura-rugby.org/ 7th
Helvetia Instalaciones Deportivas "La Cartuja" Seville http://www.clubamigosrugby.com/ 8th
Universidad de Granada Fuentenueva Granada http://www.rugbyuniversidadgr.es.tl/ P
Ingenieros Industriales El Cantizal Las Rozas http://www.iirugby.com/ P

Final standings[edit]

Team Pld W D L PF PA Dif Bonus Pts
1 Alcobendas 16 14 2 0 740 174 566 13 73
2 Les Abelles 16 12 1 3 457 230 227 8 58
3 CAU Valencia 16 11 1 4 435 213 222 9 55
4 Arquitectura 16 9 1 6 433 405 28 9 47
5 Atlético Portuense 16 8 0 8 306 332 −26 6 38
6 Liceo Francés 16 7 0 9 240 348 −108 6 34
7 Universidad de Granada 16 3 0 13 205 418 −213 6 18
8 Helvetia 16 3 1 12 219 582 −363 3 17
9 Ingenieros Industriales 16 2 0 14 221 554 −333 7 15

Source: Federación Española de Rugby

Qualified for Promotion playoffs

Promotion playoffs[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
 Sant Cugat 20 17 37  
 Alcobendas 24 24 48  
     Alcobendas 8 13 21
   Bathco Independiente 13 12 25
 Les Abelles 14 12 26
 Bathco Independiente 36 42 78  

Semifinals[edit]

1st leg[edit]

April 13, 2013
17:00 (UTC+2)
Sant Cugat 20–24 Alcobendas
La Guinardera, Sant Cugat

April 14, 2013
12:30 (UTC+2)
Les Abelles 14–36 Bathco Independiente
Quatre Carreres, Valencia

2nd leg[edit]

April 20, 2013
16:00 (UTC+2)
Alcobendas 24–17 Sant Cugat
Las Terrazas, Alcobendas

Alcobendas won 48–37 on aggregate and advanced to Final.


April 21, 2013
13:00 (UTC+2)
Bathco Independiente 42–12 Les Abelles
San Román, Santander

Bathco Independiente won 78–26 on aggregate and advanced to Final.

Final[edit]

Winning team will be promoted to División de Honor for 2013–14 season. Loser team will get a new chance to achieve promotion, playing a playoff against Hernani CRE for a single spot in División de Honor.

1st leg[edit]

April 28, 2013
12:30 (UTC+2)
Alcobendas 8–13 Bathco Independiente
Las Terrazas, Alcobendas

2nd leg[edit]

Bathco Independiente won 25–21 on aggregate and got promoted to División de Honor.

Promoted to División de Honor
Bathco Independiente
(33 years later)


See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "División de Honor B de Rugby 2012–13". Federación Española de Rugby. Retrieved 3 August 2012. 
  2. ^ withdrawn before start of competition due to financial constraints ferugby.es, September 26, 2012

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