Rugby Americas North Championship
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|Current season, competition or edition:
2016 Rugby Americas North Championship
|No. of teams||13|
|Trinidad and Tobago|
The current format of the tournament has all the teams split between the north and south. North and south are then split into the Championship (higher division) and the Cup. The highest placed team in the cup plays the bottom team in the championship for promotion. The winner of the north championship plays the winner of the south championship in the final of the RAN Championship.
The scoring system is slightly different from regular rugby union tournaments, with a win worth 2 points instead of 4.
Trinidad and Tobago is the most recent champion, winning the 2015 tournament.
|2001 ||Trinidad and Tobago||23–12||Bermuda|
|2008 ||Trinidad and Tobago||40–24||Guyana|
|2013||USA South||26–18||Trinidad and Tobago|
|2015||Trinidad and Tobago||30–16||Mexico|
- valid also as round 1 of Americas qualification for 2003 Rugby World Cup
- valid also as round 1 of Americas qualification for 2007 Rugby World Cup
- valid also as round 1 of Americas qualification for 2011 Rugby World Cup
- valid also as round 1 of Americas qualification for 2015 Rugby World Cup
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