1989–90 French Rugby Union Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
French Rugby Championship 1989-1990
Countries  France
Number of teams 80 teams
Champions Racing
Runners-up Agen
← 1988-89
1990-91 →

Le Racing won The 1988-89 French Rugby Union Championship [after beating Agen in the final.

Le Racing won his first bouclier de Brennus from 1959

Formula[edit]

  • The tournament was played by 80 clubs divided in sixteen pools of five. .
  • The two better of each pool (a sum of 32 clubs) were admitted to the group A to play for the title
  • In the second round th e32 clubs of group A were divided in four pools of eight.
  • The four better of each pool of group A (16 clubs) were qualified to play the knockout stage

Group A qualification round to knockout stage[edit]

The teams are listed as the ranking, in bold the teams admitted to "last 16" round.

Pool 1

Pool 2

Pool 3

Pool 4

"Last 16"[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the quarter of finals.

Team 1 Team 2 1st match 2nd match
Nîmes Toulouse 6-13 3-33
Béziers Narbonne 10-13 12-9
Castres Racing 6-9 6-40
Brive Grenoble 19-12 0-28
US Colomiers Touloun 6-3 12-30
Agen Auch 45-3 28-3
Montferrand Bègles-Bordeaux 31-18 12-21
Biarritz Dax 18-18 12-29

Quarter of finals[edit]

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Toulouse Narbonne 10-9
Racing Grenoble 27-21
Toulon Agen 0-6
Montferrand Dax 34-12

Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Toulose Racing 14-21
Agen Montferrand 9-3

Final[edit]

26 May 1990
Racing Club de France 22 – 12 (after extra time) Agen
Try: Cabannes
Abadie
Con: Pouyau
Pen: Pouyau (2)
Lafond
Abadie
Pen: Campan
Montlaur (2)
Drop: Montlaur
Parc des Princes, Paris
Attendance: 45,069
Referee: Claude Debat
FB 15 France Jean-Baptiste Lafond
RW 14 France Philippe Guillard
OC 13 France Éric Blanc
IC 12 France Franck Mesnel
LW 11 France Geofrey Abadie
FH 10 France Didier Pouyau
SH 9 France Jean-Philippe Saffore
N8 8 France Christophe Deslandes
OF 7 France Laurent Cabannes
BF 6 France Xavier Blond Substituted off 75'
RL 5 France Patrick Serrière (c)
LL 4 France Michel Tachdjian
TP 3 France Philippe Voisin Substituted off 43'
HK 2 France Jean-Pierre Genet
LP 1 France Laurent Bénézech
Substitutions:
HK 16 France Philippe Dubreuille
PR 17 South Africa Murray Dawson Substituted in 43'
FL 18 France Éric Dalle Substituted in 75'
SH 19 France Stéphane Jourdan
WG 20 France Karim Abbou
CE 21 France Jean-Luc Pelaez
Coach:
France Christian Lanta
FB 15 France Bernard Lacombe
RW 14 France Olivier Campan
OC 13 France Philippe Sella
IC 12 France Patrick Schattel
LW 11 France Éric Gleyze
FH 10 France Pierre Montlaur
SH 9 France Pierre Berbizier (c)
N8 8 France Dominique Erbani
OF 7 France Philippe Benetton
BF 6 France Jacques Gratton
RL 5 France Bernard Mazzer Substituted off
LL 4 France Abdelatif Benazzi
TP 3 France Laurent Seigne
HK 2 France Philippe Berbizier Substituted off 81'
LP 1 France Jean-Louis Tolot
Substitutions:
PR 16 France Grégoire Lascubé Substituted in 81'
LK 17 France Patrick Pujade Substituted in
FL 18 France Philippe Berniès
FL 19 France Frédéric Maffre
SH 20 France Michel Murat
CE 21 France Guillaume Bouic
Coach:
France Michel Couturas

External links[edit]