1943–44 French Rugby Union Championship
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|1943–44 French Rugby Union Championship|
The championship was played by 96 team divided in twelve pools of eight, The first two of each pool was adimitted to second round. In the second round, the 24 teams were divided in four pools of six, The first two of each poll were admitted the quarter of finals.
|Équipes||Perpignan - Bayonne|
|Date||26 March 1944|
|Stade||Parc des Princes, Paris|
|Perpignan||Louis Carrère, Albert Conte, Michel Trilles, Lucien Barris, Ambroise Ulma, Jacques Palat, Jean Barande, Marcel Blanc, Joseph Crespo, Hubert Marty, Fernand Got, Jean Teulière, Joseph Desclaux, Frédéric Trescazes, Robert Puig-Aubert|
|Bayonne||Sébastien Carvalho, Ricardo Perez, Jean Casteigt, Jean Dumas, Louis Bizauta, Pierre Labèque, Félix Boudon, André Goutenègre, Jean Dubalen, Michel Salinas, E.Elissalde, Maurice Celhay, Jean Dauger, Pierre Larre, André Alvarez.|
|Perpignan||6 tries: Trilles, Conte, Teulière, Got, Desclaux, Trescazes
1 conversion Puig-Aubert
|Bayonne||1 try Dauger
1 conversion Elissalde
The start of the match was delayed due an ari-bombin alarm.
After this match many players left the Perpignan to play Rugby League.
- Compte rendu de la finale de 1944 sur lnr.fr