Cornwall League 2

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Tribute Cornwall League 2
Current season or competition:
2013–14 Tribute Cornwall League 2
Sport Rugby union
Instituted 1987; 27 years ago (1987)
Number of teams 6
Country England
Holders Illogan Park RFC (2013–14)
Most titles Helston RFC (4 titles)

Tribute Cornwall 2 is an English level ten rugby union league for clubs based in Cornwall. The champions and runners-up are usually promoted to Tribute Cornwall 1, there is no relegation. After a break of two seasons the competition recommenced in 2011–12 when it was decided to form two leagues of seven teams each.[1] For 2013–14 the league was reduced to six teams.

Participating clubs 2013–14[edit]

The 2013–14 Tribute Cornwall 2 kicked off on 28 September 2013 and was due to finish on 18 January 2014 with each team playing each of the other teams three times. Owing to fixture cancellations the competition is now due to finish on 8 February 2014. The teams finishing in the top two positions qualify for promotion to Tribute Cornwall 1.

Team Ground Town/Village Previous season
Camelford RFC Parc Tremain, Tintagel Camelford
Illogan Park RFC Paynters Lane Playing Field Illogan
St Just Tregeseal St Just relegated from Tribute Cornwall 1
Lankelly-Fowey RFC Lankelly Farm Fowey
Redruth Albany Trewirgie Road Redruth
St Day RFC Playing Field, Telegraph Hill St Day

Current standings[edit]

2013–14 Tribute Cornwall League 2 Table[2]
Pos Team P W D L F A Diff Try Bonus Loss Bonus Pts Notes
1 Illogan Park 15 15 0 0 763 135 628 13 0 73
2 St Just 14 9 0 5 255 189 66 6 3 47
3 Camelford 15 7 0 8 239 335 –96 5 0 34
4 St Day 14 6 0 8 215 346 –131 5 2 21 10 pts deducted
5 Lankelly-Fowey 15 4 0 11 255 414 –159 6 2 19 5 pts deducted
6 Redruth Albany 15 3 0 12 179 487 –308 4 3 15 5 pts deducted

Points are awarded as follows:

  • 4 points for a win
  • 2 points for a draw
  • 0 points for a loss
  • 1 point for scoring four tries
  • 1 point for losing by seven points or less

If teams are level at any stage, tiebreakers are applied in the following order:

  1. Number of matches won
  2. Difference between points for and against
  3. Total number of points for
  4. Aggregate number of points scored in matches between tied teams
  5. Number of matches won excluding the first match, then the second and so on until the tie is settled
Green background are the promotion places.

Past winners[edit]

[3][4][5][6][7]

Year Winner Runners-up Last No. of Teams Notes
2013–14 Illogan Park St Just Redruth Albany 6 Illogan Park became champions on 7 December when they beat St Day 81–0[8]
2012–13 Bodmin Camborne School of Mines Lankelly–Fowey 7
2011–12 St Agnes Perranporth Camelford RFC 7
2010–11 No competition
2009–10 No competition Cornwall 1 and Cornwall 2 combined for two seasons
2008–09 Veor St Day St Agnes 6 Illogan Park and Callington withdrew from the league at the beginning of 2008–09
2007–08 Illogan Park Redruth Albany Callington 8 No promotion
2006–07 Roseland St Just Veor 8
2005–06 Helston Camborne School of Mines Veor 8
2004–05 St Day Stithians Lankelly–Fowey 8
2003–04 Helston Stithians Lankelly–Fowey 8
2002–03 Redruth Albany Illogan Park Lankelly–Fowey 8
2001–02 St Day Redruth Albany Lankelly–Fowey 8
2000–01 Mount's Bay Callington Lankelly–Fowey 8
1999–00 Liskeard-Looe Redruth Albany Lankelly–Fowey 8
1998–99
1997–98 Redruth Albany Veor Camborne School of Mines 7
1996–97 Bodmin Wadebridge Camels Lankelly–Fowey 6
1995–96 Illogan Park St Just Lankelly–Fowey 6
1994–95 Redruth Albany St Day Lankelly–Fowey 6
1993–94 St Agnes Perranporth Lankelly–Fowey 6
1992–93 Helston Wadebridge Camels Roseland 6
1991–92 St Just Camborne School of Mines Lankelly–Fowey 6
1990–91 Helston Redruth Albany Lankelly–Fowey 7 Redruth GSOB final season in the league
1989–90 St Agnes Roseland Redruth GSOB 6
1988–89 Stithians St Just RNAS Culdrose 6
1987–88 Veor Lankelly–Fowey RAF St Mawgan 5 RAF St Mawgan's final season in the league

Participating clubs 2012–13[edit]

Team Ground Town/Village
Bodmin RFC Clifden Park Bodmin
Camborne School of Mines RFC Memorial Park, Kernick Road Penryn
Camelford RFC Parc Tremain, Tintagel Camelford
Illogan Park RFC Paynters Lane Playing Field Illogan
Lankelly-Fowey RFC Lankelly Farm Fowey
Redruth Albany Trewirgie Road Redruth
St Day RFC Playing Field, Telegraph Hill St Day

[9]

Geography[edit]

The following clubs have participated in the Cornwall League 2.

Team Ground Town/Village
Bodmin RFC Clifden Park Bodmin
Callington RFC Duchy College Playing Fields Stoke Climsland
Camborne School of Mines RFC Memorial Park, Kernick Road Penryn
Camelford RFC Parc Tremain, Tintagel Camelford
RNAS Culdrose RFC Sport Field RNAS Culdrose
Helston RFC King George V Playing Field Helston
Illogan Park RFC Paynters Lane Playing Field Illogan
Lankelly-Fowey RFC Lankelly Farm Fowey
Liskeard-Looe RFC Lux Park Liskeard
Mounts Bay Mennaye Field Penzance
Ormdale RFC Treleigh Redruth
Perranporth RFC Ponsmere Valley Perranporth
Redruth Albany Trewirgie Redruth
Redruth Grammar School Old Boys Clijah Croft Redruth
Roseland RFC Philleigh
St Agnes RFC Enys Parc St Agnes
St Day RFC Playing Field, Telegraph Hill St Day
St Just Tregeseal St Just
RAF St Mawgan RFC RAF St Mawgan
Stithians RFC Playing Field Stithians
Veor Wheal Gerry Camborne
Wadebridge Camels Molesworth Field Wadebridge

Sponsorship[edit]

The competition is known as Tribute Cornwall 2 and has been sponsored by St Austell Brewery from season 2011–12 through to 2013–14; Tribute is the name of a beer.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nigel Walrond. Duchy Diary In Independent, 5th June, 2011.
  2. ^ "Tribute Cornwall 2". RFU. Retrieved 15 February 2014. 
  3. ^ http://www.trelawnysarmy.org.uk/ta/tascf.html
  4. ^ Cornwall Rugby Football Union Handbook, 1992-3,1996-7
  5. ^ Williams, T. and Mitchell, B. (1990) Courage Clubs Championship Official Rugby Union Club Directory 1990-91. Windsor: Burlington Publishing Co. Ltd.
  6. ^ Williams, T. and Mitchell, B. (1991) Courage Clubs Championship Official Rugby Union Club Directory 1991-92. Taunton: Tony Williams.
  7. ^ "results, tables and fixtures". Independent. 25 March 2012. p. 57. 
  8. ^ Walrond, Nigel (29 December 2013). "Walk In Park For Illogan". Independent (Plymouth). 
  9. ^ "Cornwall RFU Handbook 2012-13". Cornwall RFU. Retrieved 21 April 2013. 

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