Hampshire 1

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Snows Group Hampshire 1
Current season or competition::
2016–17 Snows Group Hampshire 1
England Rugby text logo.svg
Sport Rugby union
Number of teams 11
Country  England
Holders Petersfield (2nd title) (2016–17)
(promoted to London 3 South West)
Most titles Andover, Petersfield, Trojans, United Services Portsmouth (2 titles)
Website englandrugby.com

Snows Group Hampshire 1, also known as Hampshire 1, is an English level 9 Rugby Union League. For the 2014-2015 season it is made up of 11 teams from Hampshire. The eleven teams play home and away matches from September through to April.

Promoted teams move up to London 3 South West with the league winners going straight up and the runners up playing against the runners up from Surrey 1. Relegated teams drop down to Hampshire 2. The points system is as follows.

  • 4 points awarded for a win.
  • 2 points awarded for a draw.
  • 0 points awarded for a loss.
  • 1 "bonus" (+) point awarded for scoring 4 tries (or more).
  • 1 "bonus" (+) point awarded for losing by 7 points (or fewer).

No team can get more than 5 points in a match. Points awarded are the same regardless of outcome at home or away. The new point system has been in effect since 2010-11 season.

Teams for 2016-17[edit]

Teams and results for 2015-16[edit]

Position Team Games Won Drew Lost Points
1 Millbrook 20 18 0 2 89
2 Bognor 20 18 0 2 88
3 Fareham Heathens 20 17 0 3 78
4 Fordlingbridge 20 11 0 9 55
5 Sandown & Shanklin 20 11 0 9 54
6 Chineham 20 10 0 10 52
7 Farnborough 20 7 1 12 38
8 Isle of Wight 20 5 0 15 32
9 Petersfield 20 5 1 14 26
10 Ellingham & Ringwood 20 6 0 14 22
11 Locksheath Pumas 20 1 0 19 3

Teams and Results for 2014-2015[edit]

Position Team Games Won Drew Lost For Against Difference + Points Points
1 United Services, Portsmouth 18 18 0 0 807 266 541 18 90
2 Millbrook 18 15 0 3 557 277 280 14 76
3 Bognor 18 13 0 5 523 334 189 13 65
4 Fordingbridge 18 12 0 6 627 404 223 14 62
5 Fareham Heathens 18 11 0 7 418 332 86 10 54
6 Petersfield 18 6 0 12 394 505 -111 11 35
7 Isle of Wight 18 5 0 13 323 653 -330 4 24
8 Farnborough 18 4 0 14 331 479 -148 9 20
9 Romsey 18 4 0 14 273 604 -331 4 20
10 Alton 18 2 0 16 232 631 -399 6 9

Fareham and Petersfield promoted into Hampshire 1 at the start of the season from Hampshire 2.

Teams and Results for 2013-2014[edit]

Position Team Games Won Drew Lost Points
1 Andover 22 19 0 3 93
2 Fordingbridge 22 19 0 3 93
3 Millbrook 22 17 0 5 86
4 United Services, Portsmouth 22 15 0 7 76
5 Solent Uni 22 15 0 7 70
6 Farnborough 22 13 0 9 65
7 Bognor 22 10 0 12 56
8 Romsey 22 6 0 16 34
9 Isle of Wight 22 6 0 16 33
10 Alton 22 6 0 16 30
11 Southampton 22 5 0 17 25
12 Overton 22 1 0 21 9

Solent Uni promoted into Hampshire 1 at the start of the season from Hampshire 2.

Andover promoted to London South West 3 at the end of the season.

Southampton and Overton demoted to Hampshire 2 at the end of the season.

Teams and Results for 2012-13[edit]

Position Team Games Won Drew Lost Points
1 New Milton & District 22 20 0 2 98
2 Fordingbridge 22 17 0 5 85
3 Alton 22 17 0 5 82
4 Millbrook 22 14 0 8 71
5 United Services, Portsmouth 22 12 1 9 63
6 Andover 22 13 0 9 62
7 Farnborough 22 10 0 12 54
8 Romsey 22 8 1 13 44
9 Isle of Wight 22 8 0 14 42
10 Southampton 22 5 1 16 30
11 Petersfield 22 2 2 18 18
12 Aldershot & Fleet 22 3 1 17 17

Southampton promoted into Hampshire 1 at the start of the season from Hampshire 2.

New Milton & District promoted to London 3 South West at the end of the season.

Aldershot & Fleet and Petersfield demoted to Hampshire 2 at the end of the season.

Teams and Results for 2011-12[edit]

Position Team Games Won Drew Lost + Points Points
1 Eastleigh 22 21 0 1 16 100
2 Fordingbridge 22 18 0 4 16 88
3 United Services, Portsmouth 22 16 0 6 17 81
4 Millbrook 22 17 0 5 12 80
5 New Milton & District 22 13 0 9 16 68
6 Isle of Wight 22 13 0 9 11 63
7 Petersfield 22 12 0 10 9 57
8 Romsey 22 8 0 14 7 39
9 Farnborough 22 1 5 17 18 38
10 Ventnor 22 5 0 16 2 22
11 Lytchett Minster 22 2 0 19 1 9
12 Southsea Nomads 22 2 0 18 -1 7

Southsea Nomads promoted into Hampshire 1 at the start of the season from Hampshire 2.

Lytchett Minster transferred to Dorset and Wilts Regional Leagues at the end of the season.

Eastleigh promoted to London 3 South West at the end of the season.

Southsea Nomads and Ventnor demoted to Hampshire 2 at the end of the season.

Teams and Results for 2010-11[edit]

Position Team Games Won Drew Lost Points
1 Andover 20 18 0 2 86
2 Eastleigh 20 16 0 4 75
3 Millbrook 20 13 0 7 66
4 New Milton & District 20 13 0 7 60
5 Farnborough 20 10 0 10 52
6 United Services, Portsmouth 20 11 0 9 48
7 Romsey 20 9 0 11 41
8 Ventnor 20 6 1 13 34
9 Isle of Wight 20 6 0 14 32
10 Southampton 20 5 0 15 28
11 Fareham Heathens 20 2 1 17 12

Andover promoted to London 3 South West at the end of the season.

Fareham Heathens and Southampton demoted to Hampshire 2 at the end of the season.

Teams and Results for 2009-10[edit]

Position Team Games Won Drew Lost Points
1 Alton 20 19 0 1 38
2 Petersfield 19 16 0 3 32
3 Eastleigh 20 15 0 5 30
4 Millbrook 20 11 1 8 23
5 Romsey 20 11 0 9 22
6 Southampton 20 10 0 10 20
7 New Milton & District 20 7 0 13 14
8 United Services, Portsmouth 20 6 1 13 13
9 Farnborough 20 6 0 14 12
10 Fareham Heathens 20 5 1 14 11
11 Aldershot & Fleet 19 1 1 17 3

Alton promoted to London 3 South West at the end of the season.

Aldershot & Fleet demoted to Hampshire 2 at the end of the season.

Teams and Results for 2008-09[edit]

Position Team Games Won Drew Lost Points
1 Fordingbridge 18 14 1 3 29
2 Sandown & Shanklin 18 12 2 4 26
3 United Services, Portsmouth 18 11 2 5 24
4 Farnborough 18 11 0 7 22
5 Alton 18 8 1 9 17
6 Romsey 18 6 1 11 13
7 New Milton & District 18 8 0 10 12
8 Eastleigh 18 5 1 12 11
9 Southampton 18 5 0 13 10
10 East Dorset 18 6 0 11 8

Hampshire 1 Honours[edit]

Hampshire 1 Honours
Season No of Teams Champions Runners–up Relegated Teams League Name
1998-99[1] 10 Tottonians Trojans Overton, Eastleigh Hampshire 1
1999-00[2] 10 United Services Portsmouth Ventnor Isle Of Wight Hampshire 1
2000-01[3] 10 Farnborough Trojans New Milton & District, Ventnor Hampshire 1
2001-02[4] 10 Petersfield Southampton Fawley Hampshire 1
2002-03[5] 10 Romsey Farnborough Hamble, Nomads Hampshire 1
2003-04[6] 10 Guernsey Trojans Fawley, Eastleigh Hampshire 1
2004-05[7] 10 Trojans Sandown & Shanklin Alresford, Nomads, Farnborough Hampshire 1
2005-06[8] 10 Sandown & Shanklin United Services Portsmouth Romsey, Isle Of Wight, Aldershot & Fleet Hampshire 1
2006-07[9] 10 Trojans Ellingham & Ringwood Millbrook, Eastleigh Hampshire 1
2007-08[10] 10 Ellingham & Ringwood Sandown & Shanklin Fareham Heathens Hampshire 1
2008-09[11] 10 Fordingbridge Sandown & Shanklin No relegation[a 1] Hampshire 1
2009-10[12] 11 Alton Petersfield Aldershot & Fleet Hampshire 1
2010-11[13] 11 Andover Eastleigh Fareham Heathens, Southampton Hampshire 1
2011-12[14] 12 Eastleigh Fordingbridge Nomads, Lytchett Minster, Ventnor Snows Group Hampshire 1
2012-13[15] 12 New Milton & District Fordingbridge Aldershot & Fleet, Petersfield Snows Group Hampshire 1
2013-14[16] 12 Andover Fordingbridge Overton, Southampton Snows Group Hampshire 1
2014-15[17] 10[a 2] United Services Portsmouth Millbrook Alton, Romsey Snows Group Hampshire 1
2015-16[19] 11 Millbrook Bognor Locksheath Pumas[a 3] Snows Group Hampshire 1
2016-17[20] 11 Petersfield New Milton & District Chineham, Farnborough Snows Group Hampshire 1
2017-18 11
Green backgrounds are promotion places.
  1. ^ There was no relegation as East Dorset (who would finish 7th) dropped out of the Hampshire league at the end of the season and joined Dorset & Wilts 3 South.
  2. ^ There was originally 11 teams in the league but Solent University had to withdraw from the league due to difficulties fielding a regular match squad.[18]
  3. ^ Only one team was relegated at the end of the season as Hampshire 2 would go from 10 to 9 teams the following seasons.

Promotion play-offs[edit]

Since the 2000–01 season there has been a play-off between the runners-up of Hampshire 1 and Surrey 1 for the third and final promotion place to London 3 South West. The team with the superior league record has home advantage in the tie. At the end of the 2016–17 season the Surrey 1 teams have been the most successful with ten wins to the Hampshire 1 teams seven; and the home team has won promotion on eleven occasions compared to the away teams six.

Hampshire 1 v Surrey 1 promotion play-off results
Season Home team Score Away team Venue Attendance
2000–01[21] Trojans (H) 15-14 Kingston (S) Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh, Hampshire
2001–02[22] Southampton (H) 27-18 KCS Old Boys (S) Test Park Playing Fields, Southampton, Hampshire
2002–03[23] Farnborough (H) 5-63 Old Paulines (S) Oak Farm Playing Fields, Farnborough, Hampshire
2003–04[24] Trojans (H) 14-46 Old Reigatian (S) Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh, Hampshire
2004–05[25] London Cornish (S) 27-14 Sandown & Shanklin (H) Richardson Evans Memorial Playing Fields, Roehampton, London
2005–06[26] United Services Portsmouth (H) 20-28 Old Caterhamians (S) United Services Recreation Ground, Portsmouth, Hampshire
2006–07[27] London South Africa (S) 71-10 Ellingham & Ringwood (H) Wimbledon Park Athletics Stadium, Wimbledon, London
2007–08[28] Sandown & Shanklin (H) 15-16 Old Alleynians (S) The Fairway Ground, Sandown, Isle of Wight
2008–09[29] Sandown & Shanklin (H) 17-10 Old Whitgiftian (S) The Fairway Ground, Sandown, Isle of Wight
2009–10[30] Petersfield (H) 19-15 Old Whitgiftian (S) Penn's Place, Petersfield, Hampshire
2010–11[31] Eastleigh (H) 30-10 Old Blues (S) The Hub, Eastleigh, Hampshire
2011–12[32] Fordingbridge (H) 11-29 Old Paulines (S) The Recreation Ground, Fordingbridge, Hampshire
2012–13[33] Old Cranleighans (S) 21-19 Fordingbridge (H) The Old Cranleighan Club, Thames Ditton, Surrey
2013–14[34] Fordingbridge (H) 6-36 Old Tonbridgians (S) The Recreation Ground, Fordingbridge, Hampshire
2014–15[35] Camberley (S) 49-10 Millbrook (H) Watchetts Recreation Ground, Camberley, Surrey
2015–16[36] Bognor (H) HWO[b 1] Old Freemens (S) Hampshire Avenue, Bognor Regis, West Sussex
2016–17[37] New Milton & District (H) 41-17 Old Whitgiftian (S) Normans Way, Ashley, Hampshire
2017–18
Green background is the promoted team. H = Hampshire 1 and S = Surrey 1
  1. ^ Bognor were promoted as Old Freemens did not manage to raise a team for the 2015-16 play-off game.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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