2010–11 English Premiership (rugby union)

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2010–11 Aviva Premiership
Aviva Premiership logo.svg
Countries  England
Champions Saracens
(1st title)
Runners-up Leicester Tigers
Relegated Leeds Carnegie
Matches played 135
Attendance 1,740,751 (average 12,894 per match)
Top point scorer Jimmy Gopperth (Newcastle)
(230 points)
Top try scorer Alesana Tuilagi (Leicester)
(13 tries)

The 2010–11 Aviva Premiership was the 24th season of the top flight of the English domestic rugby union competitions and the first to be sponsored by Aviva.[1] It began on 3 September 2010 with Sale Sharks hosting Newcastle Falcons, and the home-and-away season continued through 7 May 2011. Semi-finals were contested on the weekend of 14–15 May, and the final was held at Twickenham in London on 28 May.

This year's competition saw the Leicester Tigers attempt to defend their premiership title, after defeating Saracens in the final of last season's play-offs. The same two teams met again in the 2011 final and this time around it was Saracens who managed to win premiership glory, the first time the club did so.

Exeter Chiefs were the newcomers for this season, after having earned promotion by winning the 2009–10 RFU Championship play-offs. Exeter finished eighth, easily avoiding relegation. Leeds Carnegie suffered the drop, which was confirmed once Worcester Warriors, which had already met the RFU's requirements for promotion, won this season's edition of the Championship.

The second day of the competition hosted the seventh edition of the London Double Header, which drew a record crowd of 75,112 for this specific event.

Teams[edit]

Club Coach Captain Kit Supplier Stadium Capacity City/Area
Bath Australia Steve Meehan South Africa Luke Watson Puma The Recreation Ground 12,200 Bath, Somerset
Exeter Chiefs England Rob Baxter Ireland Tommy Hayes Samurai Sandy Park 10,744 Exeter, Devon
Gloucester Scotland Bryan Redpath England Mike Tindall RugbyTech Kingsholm Stadium 16,500 Gloucester, Gloucestershire
Harlequins Ireland Conor O'Shea England Chris Robshaw KooGa The Stoop[n 1] 14,282 Twickenham, London
Leeds Carnegie England Neil Back South Africa Marco Wentzel ISC Headingley Stadium 22,250 Leeds, West Yorkshire
Leicester Tigers England Richard Cockerill Ireland Geordan Murphy Cotton Welford Road 24,000 Leicester, Leicestershire
London Irish England Toby Booth New Zealand Clarke Dermody RugbyTech Madejski Stadium[n 2] 24,250 Reading, Berkshire
London Wasps England Shaun Edwards England Tom Rees CCC Adams Park[n 3] 10,516 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
Newcastle Falcons Scotland Alan Tait England James Hudson Cotton Kingston Park 10,200 Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
Northampton Saints England Jim Mallinder England Dylan Hartley BURRDA Franklin's Gardens 13,600 Northampton, Northamptonshire
Sale Sharks New Zealand Mike Brewer England Mark Cueto Cotton Edgeley Park[n 4] 10,852 Stockport, Greater Manchester
Saracens South Africa Brendan Venter England Steve Borthwick Nike Vicarage Road[n 5] 19,920 Watford, Hertfordshire
Notes
  1. ^ *Harlequins would also play 1 home game at Twickenham, London on 27 December 2010
  2. ^ *London Irish would also play 1 home game at Twickenham, London on 4 September 2010
  3. ^ *London Wasps would also play 2 home games at Twickenham, London on 4 September 2010 and 23 April 2011
  4. ^ *Sale would also play 1 home game at Reebok Stadium, Horwich on 16 April 2011
  5. ^ *Saracens would also play 1 home game at Wembley Stadium, London on 26 December 2010

Table[edit]

English Premiership Table watch · edit · discuss
Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Difference Tries For Tries Against Try Bonus Losing Bonus Points
1 Leicester Tigers (F) 22 16 1 5 594 403 191 67 29 8 4 78
2 Saracens (C) 22 18 0 4 484 318 166 35 26 2 2 76
3 Gloucester (SF) 22 14 1 7 528 452 76 58 43 5 4 67
4 Northampton Saints (SF) 22 14 0 8 533 430 103 58 38 6 3 65
5 Bath 22 13 1 8 427 367 60 38 34 5 3 62
6 London Irish 22 11 0 11 523 459 64 47 41 6 4 54
7 Harlequins 22 9 2 11 482 384 98 45 26 4 8 52
8 Exeter Chiefs 22 10 0 12 428 460 -32 32 42 0 5 43[Table Notes 1]
9 London Wasps 22 9 1 12 425 497 -72 36 45 1 4 43
10 Sale Sharks 22 6 1 15 432 618 -186 34 66 1 5 32
11 Newcastle Falcons 22 4 1 17 360 553 -193 27 55 0 5 23
12 Leeds Carnegie (R) 22 4 0 18 315 590 -275 30 62 0 7 23

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 (rows 1 to 4) are play-off places, and received berths in the 2011–12 Heineken Cup. Blue background (rows 5 to 7) are clubs that did not make the play-offs, but received Heineken Cup berths. Harlequins earned an extra Heineken Cup place by winning the Amlin Challenge Cup. As Worcester Warriors won the RFU Championship and met the requirements for promotion, Leeds Carnegie were relegated. Updated 20 May 2011 — Current English Leagues

source:Premiership Rugby

Notes:

Pre-Season[edit]

The inaugural edition of the Premiership Rugby Sevens Series began on 16 July 2010 at The Stoop, continued on 23 July at Welford Road and 30 July at Franklin's Gardens. This was the first opportunity of the season for any of the teams competing in the Premiership to win a trophy. The finals were held on 6 August 2010 at The Recreation Ground and the Series was won by Saracens.[2]

Regular season[edit]

The fixture list was released on 29 June 2010.[3]

Round 1[edit]

3 September 2010
19:45
Sale Sharks 35–18 Newcastle Falcons
Report
Edgeley Park
Attendance: 7,815
Referee: Dean Richards
4 September 2010
14:00
(1 BP) London Irish 33–16 Saracens
Report
Twickenham
Attendance: 75,112
Referee: Andrew Small
4 September 2010
15:00
Exeter Chiefs 22–10 Gloucester Rugby
Report
Sandy Park
Attendance: 9,562
Referee: Rob Debney
4 September 2010
16:30
London Wasps 29–29 Harlequins
Report
Twickenham
Attendance: 75,112
Referee: Chris White
5 September 2010
15:00
Leeds Carnegie 16–32 Bath Rugby (1 BP)
Report
Headingley Carnegie
Attendance: 5,509
5 September 2010
15:00
Northampton Saints 27–19 Leicester Tigers
Report
Franklin’s Gardens
Attendance: 13,498
Referee: Dave Pearson

Round 2[edit]

10 September 2010
20:00
Newcastle Falcons 29–17 London Wasps
Report
Kingston Park
Attendance: 5,159
11 September 2010
13:30
(1 BP) Harlequins 16–20 Northampton Saints
Report
Twickenham Stoop
Attendance: 10,823
Referee: Andrew Small
11 September 2010
14:15
Bath Rugby 20–13 London Irish (1 BP)
Report
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 11,005
Referee: Dave Pearson
11 September 2010
15:00
Gloucester Rugby 22–21 Leeds Carnegie (1 BP)
Report
Kingsholm
Attendance: 9,994
11 September 2010
17:30
(1 BP) Leicester Tigers 37–27 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Welford Road
Attendance: 17,956
Referee: Dean Richards
12 September 2010
14:15
Saracens 28–13 Sale Sharks
Report
Vicarage Road
Attendance: 6,087
Referee: Wayne Barnes

Round 3[edit]

17 September 2010
19:45
(1 BP) Northampton Saints 31–10 Bath Rugby
Report
Franklin’s Gardens
Attendance: 13,491
Referee: Chris White
17 September 2010
19:45
Sale Sharks 21–17 Harlequins (1 BP)
Report
Edgeley Park
Attendance: 6,026
Referee: Dave Pearson
18 September 2010
15:00
Exeter Chiefs 22–17 Newcastle Falcons (1 BP)
Report
Sandy Park
Attendance: 7,326
Referee: Greg Garner
18 September 2010
15:05
London Wasps 37–30 Leicester Tigers (2 BP)
Report
Adams Park
Attendance: 8,006
Referee: Wayne Barnes
19 September 2010
15:00
London Irish 23–16 Gloucester Rugby (1 BP)
Report
Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 8,267
Referee: Dean Richards
19 September 2010
15:00
Leeds Carnegie 14–26 Saracens
Report
Headingley Carnegie
Attendance: 4,774
Referee: Sean Davey

Round 4[edit]

25 September 2010
14:15
(1 BP) Bath 31–16 Sale Sharks
Report
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 11,618
25 September 2010
14:30
Gloucester 22–20 London Wasps (1 BP)
Kingsholm
Attendance: 11,377
25 September 2010
15:00
(1 BP) Harlequins 40–13 Exeter Chiefs
Twickenham Stoop
Attendance: 11,461
25 September 2010
15:00
(1 BP) Leicester Tigers 48–6 Leeds Carnegie
Report
Welford Road
Attendance: 17,063
25 September 2010
17:15
Newcastle Falcons 12–46 London Irish (1 BP)
Kingston Park
Attendance: 4,993
26 September 2010
15:00
Saracens 24–17 Northampton Saints (1 BP)
Report
Vicarage Road
Attendance: 8,567

Round 5[edit]

1 October 2010
19:45
(1 BP) Sale Sharks 24–25 London Wasps
Edgeley Park
Attendance: 7,202
1 October 2010
20:05
Bath Rugby 3–18 Gloucester Rugby
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 12,200
2 October 2010
15:00
Harlequins 23–12 Newcastle Falcons
Twickenham Stoop
Attendance: 10,813
2 October 2010
15:00
(1 BP) London Irish 40–24 Leeds Carnegie
Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 6,921
2 October 2010
15:00
Northampton Saints 27–21 Exeter Chiefs (1 BP)
Franklin's Gardens
Attendance: 13,296
3 October 2010
16:30
Saracens 26–20 Leicester Tigers (1 BP)
Vicarage Road
Attendance: 7,517

Round 6[edit]

22 October 2010
19:45
(1 BP) Leeds Carnegie 3–6 Sale Sharks
Report
Headingley Carnegie
Attendance: 5,571
22 October 2010
20:00
(1 BP) Newcastle Falcons 13–15 Saracens
Report
Kingston Park
Attendance: 5,391
23 October 2010
14:30
Leicester Tigers 21–15 Bath Rugby (1 BP)
Report
Welford Road
Attendance: 21,194
23 October 2010
15:00
Gloucester Rugby 33–26 Harlequins (1 BP)
Report
Kingsholm
Attendance: 11,919
23 October 2010
17:15
(1 BP) Exeter Chiefs 9–12 London Irish
Report
Sandy Park
Attendance: 10,103
24 October 2010
14:45
London Wasps 10–37 Northampton Saints (1 BP)
Report
Adams Park
Attendance: 9,206

Round 7[edit]

30 October 2010
14:30
(1 BP) Northampton Saints 34–13 Newcastle Falcons
Report
Franklin’s Gardens
Attendance: 13,356
Referee: Nigel Owens
30 October 2010
15:00
Saracens 9–23 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Vicarage Road
Attendance: 6,512
Referee: Tim Wigglesworth
30 October 2010
17:30
Gloucester Rugby 19–12 Leicester Tigers (1 BP)
Report
Kingsholm
Attendance: 13,970
Referee: Wayne Barnes
31 October 2010
15:00
Harlequins 6–6 Bath Rugby
Report
Twickenham Stoop
Attendance: 14,047
Referee: Sean Davey
31 October 2010
15:00
Leeds Carnegie 8–17 London Wasps
Report
Headingley Carnegie
Attendance: 5,495
Referee: Dean Richards
31 October 2010
15:00
(1 BP) London Irish 39–26 Sale Sharks
Report
Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 7,741
Referee: Martin Fox

Round 8[edit]

19 November 2010
19:45
Sale Sharks 10–19 Northampton Saints
Report
Edgeley Park
Attendance: 8,091
19 November 2010
19:45
Leicester Tigers 18–13 Harlequins (1 BP)
Report
Welford Road
Attendance: 17,441
20 November 2010
15:00
Exeter Chiefs 15–9 Leeds Carnegie (1 BP)
Report
Sandy Park
Attendance: 7,743
21 November 2010
14:45
London Wasps 33–25 London Irish
Report
Adams Park
Attendance: 7,929
21 November 2010
15:00
Newcastle Falcons 12–6 Gloucester Rugby (1 BP)
Report
Kingston Park
Attendance: 4,249
21 November 2010
16:15
(1 BP) Bath Rugby 13–17 Saracens
Report
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 11,848

Round 9[edit]

27 November 2010
15:00
Exeter Chiefs 24–19 Sale Sharks (1 BP)
Report
Sandy Park
Attendance: 7,171
27 November 2010
15:00
(1 BP) Leicester Tigers 44–19 Newcastle Falcons
Report
Welford Road
Attendance: 18,738
27 November 2010
15:00
(1 BP) Northampton Saints 35–23 London Irish
Report
Franklin’s Gardens
Attendance: 13,456
27 November 2010
16:30
Gloucester Rugby 19–13 Saracens (1 BP)
Report
Kingsholm
Attendance: 11,453
27 November 2010
17:30
(1 BP) Bath Rugby 6–11 London Wasps
Report
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 11,911
Referee: Dean Richards
28 November 2010
15:00
(1 BP) Harlequins 51–18 Leeds Carnegie
Report
Twickenham Stoop
Attendance: 10,676

Round 10[edit]

3 December 2010
19:45
Sale Sharks P – P Gloucester Rugby
Edgeley Park
3 December 2010
20:00
Newcastle Falcons P – P Bath Rugby
Kingston Park
4 December 2010
15:00
London Irish 14–23 Leicester Tigers
Report
Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 11,405
5 December 2010
14:45
London Wasps 24–12 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Adams Park
Attendance: 7,931
5 December 2010
15:00
Leeds Carnegie P – P Northampton Saints
Headingley Carnegie
5 December 2010
15:00
Saracens 26–14 Harlequins
Report
Vicarage Road
Attendance: 6,035

Round 11[edit]

26 December 2010
14:15
Bath Rugby P – P Exeter Chiefs
Recreation Ground
26 December 2010
15:00
Gloucester Rugby P – P Northampton Saints
Kingsholm
26 December 2010
15:00
Newcastle Falcons P – P Leeds Carnegie
Kingston Park
26 December 2010
15:00
Saracens 13–6 London Wasps (1 BP)
Report
Wembley Stadium
Attendance: 38,425
27 December 2010
15:00
(1 BP) Leicester Tigers 54–21 Sale Sharks
Report
Welford Road
Attendance: 24,000
27 December 2010
16:15
Harlequins 28–18 London Irish
Report
Twickenham
Attendance: 74,212

Round 12[edit]

1 January 2011
15:00
Leeds Carnegie 15–13 Gloucester Rugby (1 BP)
Report
Headingley Carnegie
Attendance: 12,015
1 January 2011
15:00
(1 BP) London Irish 24–25 Bath Rugby
Report
Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 11,811
1 January 2011
15:00
(1 BP) Northampton Saints 13–16 Harlequins
Report
Franklin’s Gardens
Attendance: 13,459
2 January 2011
14:45
London Wasps 33–16 Newcastle Falcons
Report
Adams Park
Attendance: 7,614
2 January 2011
15:00
Sale Sharks 28–22 Saracens (1 BP)
Report
Edgeley Park
Attendance: 8,646
2 January 2011
16:15
(1 BP) Exeter Chiefs 15–22 Leicester Tigers
Report
Sandy Park
Attendance: 10,495

Round 13[edit]

7 January 2011
19:45
Newcastle Falcons 19–19 Sale Sharks
Report
Kingston Park
Attendance: 4,225
8 January 2011
14:15
Bath Rugby 16–13 Leeds Carnegie (1 BP)
Report
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 10,800
8 January 2011
15:00
(1 BP) Gloucester Rugby 37–23 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Kingsholm
Attendance: 13,401
8 January 2011
15:00
Harlequins 17–10 London Wasps (1 BP)
Report
Twickenham Stoop
Attendance: 14,282
8 January 2011
15:00
Leicester Tigers 27–16 Northampton Saints
Report
Welford Road
Attendance: 24,000
9 January 2011
15:00
Saracens 12–6 London Irish (1 BP)
Report
Vicarage Road
Attendance: 7,013

Round 14[edit]

11 February 2011
19:45
Sale Sharks 7–19 Bath Rugby
Report
Edgeley Park
Attendance: 7,065
12 February 2011
12:30
London Irish 23 -14 Newcastle Falcons
Report
Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 6,806
12 February 2011
15:00
Exeter Chiefs 20–6 Harlequins
Report
Sandy Park
Attendance: 8,733
12 February 2011
15:00
Northampton Saints 15–29 Saracens
Report
Franklin’s Gardens
Attendance: 13,219
13 February 2011
15:00
(1 BP) Leeds Carnegie 9–15 Leicester Tigers
Report
Headingley Carnegie
Attendance: 6,762
13 February 2011
17:00
(1 BP) London Wasps 9–10 Gloucester Rugby
Report
Adams Park
Attendance: 7,684

Round 15[edit]

18 February 2011
19:45
Gloucester Rugby 23–9 London Irish
Report
Kingsholm
Attendance: 12,333
18 February 2011
20:00
Newcastle Falcons 13–23 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Kingston Park
Attendance: 5,729
19 February 2011
15:00
(1 BP) Bath Rugby 38–8 Northampton Saints
Report
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 12,200
19 February 2011
15:00
Harlequins 21–9 Sale Sharks
Report
Twickenham Stoop
Attendance: 11,852
19 February 2011
17:30
Leicester Tigers 21–12 London Wasps
Report
Welford Road
Attendance: 21,215
20 February 2011
15:00
(1 BP) Saracens 39–0 Leeds Carnegie
Report
Vicarage Road
Attendance: 6,029

Round 16[edit]

25 February 2011
19:45
(1 BP) Sale Sharks 16–18 Leicester Tigers
Report
Edgeley Park
Attendance: 8,115
26 February 2011
15:00
(1 BP) Exeter Chiefs 9–12 Bath Rugby
Report
Sandy Park
Attendance: 10,486
26 February 2011
15:00
London Irish 15–9 Harlequins (1 BP)
Report
Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 8,776
26 February 2011
15:00
(1 BP) Northampton Saints 16–18 Gloucester Rugby
Report
Franklin’s Gardens
Attendance: 13,259
27 February 2011
13:00
London Wasps 15–26 Saracens
Report
Adams Park
Attendance: 7,498
27 February 2011
17:30
Leeds Carnegie 5–22 Newcastle Falcons
Report
Headingley Carnegie
Attendance: 5,110

Round 17[edit]

4 March 2011
20:00
Newcastle Falcons 33–18 Harlequins
Report
Kingston Park
Attendance: 5,011
5 March 2011
15:00
(1 BP) Gloucester Rugby 34–22 Bath Rugby
Report
Kingsholm
Attendance: 16,241
5 March 2011
15:15
(1 BP) Leicester Tigers 14–15 Saracens
Report
Welford Road
Attendance: 22,451
6 March 2011
15:00
Exeter Chiefs 30–9 Northampton Saints
Report
Sandy Park
Attendance: 8,977
6 March 2011
15:00
London Wasps 33–26 Sale Sharks (1 BP)
Report
Adams Park
Attendance: 8,077
6 March 2011
15:00
Leeds Carnegie 27–19 London Irish
Report
Headingley Carnegie
Attendance: 4,242

Rescheduled Game (Round 10)[edit]

12 March 2011
15:00
Leeds Carnegie 13–23 Northampton Saints
Report
Headingley Carnegie
Attendance: 4,262

Round 18[edit]

25 March 2011
19:45
Sale Sharks 15–12 Leeds Carnegie (1 BP)
Report
Edgeley Park
Attendance: 6,972
26 March 2011
15:00
(1 BP) Harlequins 53–15 Gloucester Rugby
Report
Twickenham Stoop
Attendance: 14,282
26 March 2011
15:00
(1 BP) London Irish 39–17 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 20,011
26 March 2011
16:30
Bath Rugby 6–37 Leicester Tigers (1 BP)
Report
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 12,200
27 March 2011
13:45
(1 BP) Northampton Saints 39–3 London Wasps
Report
Franklin’s Gardens
Attendance: 13,385
27 March 2011
15:00
Saracens 24–9 Newcastle Falcons
Report
Vicarage Road
Attendance: 7,135

Round 19[edit]

2 April 2011
14:30
(1 BP) Northampton Saints 53–24 Sale Sharks
Report
Franklin’s Gardens
Attendance: 13,312
2 April 2011
15:00
(1 BP) Gloucester Rugby 34–9 Newcastle Falcons
Report
Kingsholm
Attendance: 12,931
Referee: Dean Richards
2 April 2011
17:30
(1 BP) Harlequins 13–17 Leicester Tigers
Report
Twickenham Stoop
Attendance: 14,282
Referee: Wayne Barnes
3 April 2011
15:00
Leeds Carnegie 27–22 Exeter Chiefs (1 BP)
Report
Headingley Carnegie
Attendance: 4,097
Referee: Tim Wigglesworth
3 April 2011
15:00
London Irish 25–12 London Wasps
Report
Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 9,789
Referee: Chris White
3 April 2011
15:00
Saracens 20–9 Bath Rugby
Report
Vicarage Road
Attendance: 9,653
Referee: Nigel Owens

Rescheduled Games (Round 10 & 11)[edit]

8 April 2011
19:45
(1 BP) Sale Sharks 36-31 Gloucester Rugby (1 BP)
Report
Edgeley Park
Attendance: 6,888
9 April 2011
14:30
Bath Rugby 26-18 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 12,200
9 April 2011
15:00
(1 BP) Newcastle Falcons 29-30 Leeds Carnegie
Report
Kingston Park
Attendance: 5,724

Round 20[edit]

15 April 2011
19:45
(1 BP) Newcastle Falcons 15–22 Northampton Saints
Report
Kingston Park
Attendance: 5,167
Referee: Greg Garner
16 April 2011
14:15
Bath Rugby 19–15 Harlequins (1 BP)
Report
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 12,200
Referee: Dave Pearson
16 April 2011
15:00
Exeter Chiefs 12–33 Saracens
Report
Sandy Park
Attendance: 9,561
Referee: Dean Richards
16 April 2011
15:00
(1 BP) Leicester Tigers 41–41 Gloucester Rugby (1 BP)
Report
Welford Road
Attendance: 24,000
Referee: George Clancy
16 April 2011
17:30
Sale Sharks 20–34 London Irish (1 BP)
Report
Reebok Stadium, Horwich
Attendance: 16,428
17 April 2011
15:00
(1 BP) London Wasps 51–18 Leeds Carnegie
Report
Adams Park
Attendance: 7,186

Rescheduled Game (Round 11)[edit]

19 April 2011
19:45
Gloucester Rugby 27-15 Northampton Saints
Report
Kingsholm
Attendance: 15,684

Round 21[edit]

22 April 2011
15:00
(1 BP) Sale Sharks 24–30 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Edgeley Park
Attendance: 7,462
Referee: Peter Fitzgibbon
22 April 2011
18:00
Newcastle Falcons 13–24 Leicester Tigers
Report
Kingston Park
Attendance: 6,470
Referee: Tim Wigglesworth
23 April 2011
15:00
(1 BP) London Irish 20–26 Northampton Saints
Report
Madejski Stadium
Attendance: 11,860
23 April 2011
17:30
London Wasps 10–43 Bath Rugby (1 BP)
Report
Twickenham
Attendance: 38,074
Referee: Wayne Barnes
24 April 2011
13:30
(1 BP) Saracens 35–12 Gloucester Rugby
Report
Vicarage Road
Attendance: 10,439
Referee: Dave Pearson
24 April 2011
15:00
Leeds Carnegie 3–38 Harlequins (1 BP)
Report
Headingley Carnegie
Attendance: 5,424
Referee: Martin Fox

Rescheduled Game (Round 10)[edit]

30 April 2011
16:00
(1 BP) Newcastle Falcons 11-14 Bath Rugby
Report
Kingston Park
Attendance: 5,213

Round 22[edit]

7 May 2011
15:00
Bath Rugby 42–12 Newcastle Falcons
Report
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 12,200
Referee: Wayne Barnes
7 May 2011
15:00
Exeter Chiefs 21–8 London Wasps
Report
Sandy Park
Attendance: 10,522
Referee: Llyr Apgeraint-Roberts
7 May 2011
15:00
Gloucester Rugby 68–17 Sale Sharks
Report
Kingsholm
Attendance: 14,151
7 May 2011
15:00
Harlequins 13–16 Saracens
Report
Twickenham Stoop
Attendance: 14,282
Referee: Tim Wigglesworth
7 May 2011
15:00
Leicester Tigers 32–23 London Irish
Report
Welford Road
Attendance: 24,000
Referee: Greg Garner
7 May 2011
15:00
Northampton Saints 31–24 Leeds Carnegie
Report
Franklin’s Gardens
Attendance: 13,209
Referee: Andrew Small

Play-offs[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

14 May 2011
3.15pm
Leicester Tigers 11–3 Northampton Saints
Try: A. Tuilagi 68' m
Pen: Flood (2/4) 37', 60'
Report Pen: Myler (1/1) 46'
Welford Road
Attendance: 20,137
Referee: Wayne Barnes

15 May 2011
2.30pm
Saracens 12–10 Gloucester
Pen: Farrell (4/8) 17', 23', 41', 73'
Report Try: Robinson 69' c
Con: Robinson (1/1)
Pen: Robinson (1/3) 40'
Vicarage Road
Attendance: 12,032
Referee: Andrew Small

Final[edit]

28 May 2011
15:00
Leicester Tigers 18–22 Saracens
Pen: Flood (6/8) 9', 18', 38', 49', 68', 74'
Report Try: Short 28' c
Con: Farrell (1/1)
Pen: Farrell (5/5) 6', 20', 35', 43', 73'
Twickenham, London
Attendance: 80,016
Referee: Wayne Barnes
FB 15 England Scott Hamilton Substituted off 74'
RW 14 Argentina Horacio Agulla
OC 13 England Matt Smith
IC 12 England Anthony Allen
LW 11 Samoa Alesana Tuilagi
FH 10 England Toby Flood
SH 9 England Ben Youngs
N8 8 England Jordan Crane Substituted off 49' Substituted in 64'
OF 7 New Zealand Craig Newby (c) Substituted off 64'
BF 6 England Tom Croft
RL 5 England George Skivington
LL 4 Tonga Steve Mafi Substituted off 71'
TP 3 Italy Martin Castrogiovanni Substituted off 52'
HK 2 England George Chuter Substituted off 69'
LP 1 Argentina Marcos Ayerza Substituted off 77'
Replacements:
HK 16 Scotland Rob Hawkins Substituted in 69'
PR 17 England Boris Stankovich Substituted in 77'
PR 18 England Dan Cole Substituted in 52'
LK 19 England Ed Slater Substituted in 71'
N8 20 England Thomas Waldrom Substituted in 49'
SH 21 England James Grindal
FH 22 England Jeremy Staunton
CE 23 England Billy Twelvetrees Substituted in 74'
Coach: England Richard Cockerill
FB 15 England Alex Goode
RW 14 England David Strettle
OC 13 United States Chris Wyles
IC 12 England Brad Barritt
LW 11 England James Short
FH 10 England Owen Farrell
SH 9 South Africa Neil de Kock Substituted off 49'
N8 8 South Africa Ernst Joubert Substituted off 30' Substituted in 33'
OF 7 Namibia Jacques Burger
BF 6 Scotland Kelly Brown
RL 5 England Mouritz Botha Substituted off 55'
LL 4 England Steve Borthwick (c)
TP 3 Italy Carlos Nieto Substituted off 59'
HK 2 South Africa Schalk Brits
LP 1 England Matt Stevens Substituted off 51'
Replacements:
HK 16 England Jamie George
PR 17 Wales Rhys Gill Substituted in 51'
PR 18 England Petrus du Plessis Substituted in 59'
LK 19 England Hugh Vyvyan Substituted in 55'
N8 20 New Zealand Andy Saull Substituted in 30' Substituted off 33'
SH 21 England Richard Wigglesworth Substituted in 49'
CE 22 England Nils Mordt
WG 23 England Noah Cato
Coach: South Africa Brendan Venter

Total Season Attendances[edit]

Club Home
Games
Total Average Highest Lowest % Capacity
Bath 11 130,382 11,853 12,200 10,800 95%
Exeter Chiefs 11 99,379 9,034 10,522 6,026 84%
Gloucester 11 143,454 13,041 16,241 9,994 79%
Harlequins 11 201,012 18,274 74,212 10,676 87%
Leeds Carnegie 11 63,261 5,751 12,015 4,097 26%
Leicester Tigers 12 252,195 21,016 24,000 17,063 88%
London Irish 11 178,499 16,227 75,112 6,806 47%
London Wasps 11 184,317 16,756 75,112 7,186 74%
Newcastle Falcons 11 57,331 5,212 6,470 4,225 51%
Northampton Saints 11 146,940 13,358 13,498 13,209 98%
Sale Sharks 11 90,710 8,246 16,428 6,026 67%
Saracens 12 125,444 10,454 38,425 6,029 40%

Individual statistics[edit]

Top try scorers[edit]

Player Team Tries
Samoa Alesana Tuilagi Leicester Tigers 13
England Chris Ashton Northampton Saints 10
England Topsy Ojo London Irish 10
England Matt Banahan Bath Rugby 8
New Zealand Scott Hamilton Leicester Tigers 7
England Charlie Sharples Gloucester Rugby 7
England Manu Tuilagi Leicester Tigers 7

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Top points scorers[edit]

Player Team Points
New Zealand Jimmy Gopperth Newcastle Falcons 230
New Zealand Nick Evans Harlequins 206
England Dave Walder London Wasps 206
Ireland Gareth Steenson Exeter Chiefs 177
England Stephen Myler Northampton Saints 175
England Charlie Hodgson Sale Sharks 165
England Ryan Lamb London Irish 157

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.premiershiprugby.com/news/14429.php
  2. ^ "Fixtures - J.P. Morgan Asset Management Premiership Rugby 7s - Previous Seasons". Premiership Rugby. Retrieved 4 August 2013. 
  3. ^ Fixture List
  4. ^ "Tries". itsrugby.co.uk. Retrieved 2011-06-05. 
  5. ^ "Points". itsrugby.co.uk. Retrieved 2011-06-05. 

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