1921–22 French Rugby Union Championship

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1921–22 French Rugby Union Championship
Countries  France
Champions Toulose
Runners-up Bayonne

The 1921–22 French Rugby Union Championship of first division was won by Toulose beating Bayonne in the final.

The qualification round was completed by two pools of five teams. Stade Toulousain and Bayonne were the teams who qualified to the final.

Context[edit]

The 1922 Five Nations Championship was won by Wales, while France came last.

First round[edit]

Thirty clubs participated, divided into 10 pools of 3 (with home and away matches). 3 points were awarded for a win, 2 for a draw, 1 for a loss.

The winner of each pool qualified four the semifinal pool.

  • Pool D
    • Biarritz 6 pts,
    • Stade Saint-Gaudens 3 pts,
    • Lézignan 3 pts

Second Round[edit]

Two groups of five played, with the winners qualifying onto the final.

Pool A

Pool B

Final[edit]

Teams Toulouse - Bayonne
Score 6-0 (0-0)
Date 23 April 1922
Venue Stade du Bouscat - Bordeaux
Referee Gilbert Brutus
Line-up
Toulose André Maury, Pierre Pons, Gabriel Serres, Louis Puesch, Marcel-Frédéric Lubin-Lebrère, Jean Larrieu, Alfred Prévost, Henri Vignolles, Philippe Struxiano, Henri Galau, Joseph Dournac, Léon Nougal, François Borde, Adolphe Jauréguy, André Chilo
Bayonne Edouard Lahirigoyen, Pierre Magens, Jean-Marie Vigneau, Silvano Andia, Henri Suhubiette, Eugène Landrieu, Joseph Laurent, Jean Etcheparre, Angel Sarratte, Eugène Billac, André Lafond, Henri Béhotéguy, André Béhotéguy, Jean Arnaudin, Dominique Etchegaray
Scorers
Toulose 1 try Galau
1 penalty de Struxiano
Bayonne

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