2000–01 National Division One

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2000–01 National Division One
Countries  England
Champions Leeds Tykes
Runners-up Worcester
Relegated Orrell and Waterloo
Attendance 158,824 (average 908 per match)[a 1]
Highest attendance 5,509 Leeds Tykes at home to Worcester on 1 April 2001
Lowest attendance 200 (x3) Birmingham & Solihull at home to Waterloo on 14 October 2000, Moseley on 16 December 2001 & Otley on 4 February 2001
Top point scorer TongaSateki Tuipulotu
(Worcester) 396 Points
Top try scorer AustraliaGraham Mackay
(Leeds Tykes) 19 tries[1]

The 2001–02 National Division One (previously known as the Allied Dunbar Premiership Two and renamed as the Jewson National Division One for sponsorship reasons) was the fourteenth full season of rugby union within the second tier of the English league system, currently known as the RFU Championship. New teams to the division included Bedford Blues who had been relegated from the Allied Dunbar Premiership 1999-00 while Otley and Birmingham & Solihull had been promoted from National League Two. This season also saw the introduction of the bonus points scoring system.[2] The season would also herald a new change in venue for Moseley who moved from their traditional home at The Reddings to share the University of Birmingham rugby pitch at Bournbrook, with The Reddings being sold to property developers in order to generate funds to keep the club in existence.[3][4]

Leeds Tykes, the champions, were promoted to the Allied Dunbar Premiership for season 2001–02. There was only one promotion place available and the runners–up Worcester remained in National League One while Orrell and Waterloo were relegated to the 2001–02 National Division Two.[5]

Participating teams[edit]

Team Stadium Capacity City/Area
Bedford Blues Goldington Road 7,000 Bedford, Bedfordshire
Birmingham & Solihull Sharmans Cross 1,000+ Solihull, West Midlands
Coventry Coundon Road 9,000+ Coventry, West Midlands
Exeter Chiefs County Ground 5,200 Exeter, Devon
Henley Hawks Dry Leas 4,000 Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire
Leeds Tykes Headingley Stadium 22,250 Leeds, West Yorkshire
London Welsh Old Deer Park 5,850 Richmond, London
Manchester Grove Park 4,000 Cheadle Hulme, Greater Manchester
Moseley Bournbrook Birmingham, West Midlands
Orrell Edge Hall Road 3,000 Orrell, Greater Manchester
Otley Cross Green 5,000 Otley, West Yorkshire
Wakefield College Grove 3,000 Wakefield, West Yorkshire
Waterloo St Anthony's Road 9,000 Blundellsands, Merseyside
Worcester Sixways 8,477 Worcester, Worcestershire

Table[edit]

2000–01 National Division One Table
Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Difference Points Try Points Loss Points
1 Leeds Tykes 26 24 0 2 1,032 407 625 1 19 116
2 Worcester 26 23 1 2 844 387 457 1 17 112
3 Exeter Chiefs 26 14 0 12 677 563 114 6 9 71
4 Wakefield 26 15 0 11 568 503 65 3 7 70
5 Coventry 26 14 0 12 565 604 –39 6 4 66
6 London Welsh 26 13 0 13 525 616 –91 6 6 64
7 Henley 26 12 2 12 517 589 –72 7 3 62
8 Manchester 26 12 0 14 471 549 –78 4 1 53
9 Birmingham & Solihull 26 7 5 14 427 481 –54 9 1 48
10 Moseley 26 9 2 15 497 646 –149 4 3 47
11 Bedford 26 9 1 16 463 616 –153 7 2 47
12 Otley 26 9 1 16 455 630 –175 6 2 46
13 Orrell 26 8 1 17 437 661 –224 10 2 46
14 Waterloo 26 6 1 19 450 676 –226 6 3 35
  • Points are awarded as follows: four points for a win; two points for a draw; no points for a loss; one bonus point for scoring four tries or more in a match; one bonus point for losing by seven points or less.
  • If teams are level at any stage, tiebreakers are applied in the following order: (1) difference between points for and against; (2) total number of points for.
Green background are promotion places. Pink background are relegation places.

Results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

9 September 2000
Bedford Blues 31 - 34 Henley Hawks
Report
Goldington Road
Attendance: 2,035
Referee: Roy Maybank
9 September 2000
Coventry 12 - 19 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Martin Fox
9 September 2000
Leeds Tykes 40 - 25 Birmingham & Solihull
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 734
Referee: Steve Savage
9 September 2000
Manchester 26 - 18 London Welsh
Report
Grove Park
Attendance: 785
Referee: David Grashoff
9 September 2000
Orrell 8 - 47 Worcester
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 800
Referee: Tim Fisher
9 September 2000
Wakefield 22 - 33 Otley
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 600
Referee: S Leyshon
9 September 2000
Waterloo 25 - 46 Moseley
Report
St Antony's Road
Attendance: 375
Referee: Tim Miller

[6]


Round 2[edit]

16 September 2000
Birmingham & Solihull 23 - 19 Manchester
Report
Sharmans Cross
Attendance: 500
Referee: Eric Woodmason
16 September 2000
Exeter Chiefs 18 - 16 Wakefield
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 987
Referee: David Sainsbury
16 September 2000
Henley Hawks 33 - 27 Coventry
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 450
Referee: Nick Cousins
16 September 2000
London Welsh 14 - 20 Bedford Blues
Report
Old Deer Park
Referee: Tim Miller
16 September 2000
Orrell 19 - 9 Moseley
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 600
Referee: Roy Maybank
16 September 2000
Otley 16 - 15 Waterloo
Report
Cross Green
Attendance: 500
Referee: Martin Fox
16 September 2000
Worcester 40 - 13 Leeds Tykes
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 3,002
Referee: S Leyshon

[7]


Round 3[edit]

23 September 2000
Bedford Blues 17 - 20 Birmingham & Solihull
Report
Goldington Road
Attendance: 1,506
Referee: Tony Spreadbury
23 September 2000
Coventry 20 - 25 London Welsh
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Geraint Ashton-Jones
23 September 2000
Manchester 12 - 40 Worcester
Report
Grove Park
Attendance: 895
Referee: Steve Savage
23 September 2000
Orrell 17 - 24 Leeds Tykes
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 500
Referee: David Grashoff
23 September 2000
Otley 17 - 38 Moseley
Report
Cross Green
Attendance: 450
Referee: Tim Fisher
23 September 2000
Wakefield 31 - 10 Henley Hawks
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 400
Referee: S Terheege
23 September 2000
Waterloo 17 - 14 Exeter Chiefs
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 300
Referee: David Pearson

[8]


Round 4[edit]

30 September 2000
Birmingham & Solihull 16 - 17 Coventry
Report
Sharmans Cross
Attendance: 500
Referee: David Sainsbury
30 September 2000
Exeter Chiefs 56 - 17 Otley
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 834
Referee: Roy Maybank
30 September 2000
Henley Hawks 19 - 18 Waterloo
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 450
Referee: Tony Spreadbury
30 September 2000
Leeds Tykes 19 - 16 Moseley
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 950
Referee: David Pearson
30 September 2000
London Welsh 34 - 19 Wakefield
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 1,100
Referee: Martin Fox
30 September 2000
Orrell 21 - 6 Manchester
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 650
Referee: Tim Miller
30 September 2000
Worcester 31 - 25 Bedford Blues
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 2,700
Referee: Eric Woodmason

[9]


Round 5[edit]

7 October 2000
Bedford Blues 27 - 0 Orrell
Report
Goldington Road
Attendance: 1,175
Referee: Steve Savage
7 October 2000
Coventry 17 - 34 Worcester
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 2,200
Referee: David Grashoff
7 October 2000
Manchester 9 - 21 Leeds Tykes
Report
Grove Park
Attendance: 630
Referee: Tony Spreadbury
7 October 2000
Moseley 27 - 18 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Bournbrook
Attendance: 1,102
Referee: Eric Woodmason
7 October 2000
Otley 16 - 10 Henley Hawks
Report
Cross Green
Attendance: 400
Referee: Stuart Piercy
7 October 2000
Wakefield 11 - 0 Birmingham & Solihull
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 300
Referee: Tim Miller
7 October 2000
Waterloo 25 - 18 London Welsh
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 350
Referee: Trevor Fisher

[10]


Round 6[edit]

14 October 2000
Birmingham & Solihull 33 - 12 Waterloo
Report
Sharmans Cross
Attendance: 200
Referee: D May
14 October 2000
Henley Hwaks 32 - 24 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 750
Referee: Chris Rees
14 October 2000
Leeds Tykes 42 - 6 Bedford Blues
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 1,019
Referee: Geraint Ashton-Jones
14 October 2000
London Welsh 38 - 26 Otley
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 1,050
Referee: S Terheege
14 October 2000
Manchester 32 - 15 Moseley
Report
Grove Park
Attendance: 650
Referee: Andrew Pearce
14 October 2000
Orrell 11 - 6 Coventry
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 600
Referee: David Pearson
14 October 2000
Worcester 22 - 3 Wakefield
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 1,870
Referee: Roy Maybank

[11]


Round 7[edit]

28 October 2000
Bedford Blues 20 - 8 Manchester
Report
Goldington Road
Attendance: 1,431
Referee: Tony Spreadbury
28 October 2000
Coventry 3 - 34 Leeds Tykes
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Wayne Erikkson
28 October 2000
Exeter Chiefs 18 - 24 London Welsh
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 900
Referee: Steve Savage
28 October 2000
Moseley 16 - 12 Henley Hawks
Report
Bournbrook
Attendance: 678
Referee: Tim Miller
28 October 2000
Otley 5 - 8 Birmingham & Solihull
Report
Cross Green
Attendance: 400
Referee: David Grashoff
28 October 2000
Wakefield 20 - 13 Orrell
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 400
Referee: Eric Woodmason
28 October 2000
Waterloo 19 - 32 Worcester
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 500
Referee: Martin Fox

[12]


Round 8[edit]

18 November 2000
London Welsh 20 - 15 Henley Hawks
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 550
Referee: David Pearson
18 November 2000
Orrell 35 - 11 Waterloo
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 400
Referee: David Grashoff
19 November 2000
Bedford Blues 28 - 14 Moseley
Report
Goldington Road
Attendance: 1,430
Referee: Nick Cousins
19 November 2000
Birmingham & Solihull 27 - 21 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Sharmans Cross
Attendance: 250
Referee: Martin Fox
19 November 2000
Leeds Tykes 32 - 21 Wakefield
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 1,318
Referee: Tim Miller
19 November 2000
Manchester 20 - 28 Coventry
Report
Grove Park
Attendance: 625
Referee: Eric Woodmason
19 November 2000
Worcester 37 - 12 Otley
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 1,600
Referee: Andrew Pearce

[13]


Round 9[edit]

25 November 2000
Exeter Chiefs P - P Leeds Tykes

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 18 April 2001.
25 November 2000
Henley Hawks 23 - 15 Orrell
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 500
Referee: David Pearson
25 November 2000
London Welsh 12 - 29 Worcester
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 700
Referee: Trevor Fisher
25 November 2000
Moseley 13 - 14 Birmingham & Solihull
Report
Bournbrook
Attendance: 638
Referee: Tony Spreadbury
25 November 2000
Otley 14 - 18 Manchester
Report
Cross Green
Attendance: 400
Referee: Robin Goodliffe
25 November 2000
Wakefield 24 - 18 Coventry
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 250
Referee: S Terheege
25 November 2000
Waterloo 11 - 20 Bedford Blues
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 450
Referee: Steve Savage

[14]


Round 10[edit]

2 December 2000
Bedford Blues 16 - 15 Otley
Report
Goldington Road
Attendance: 1,100
Referee: Eric Woodmason
2 December 2000
Coventry 20 - 13 Waterloo
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 1,100
Referee: David Pearson
2 December 2000
Leeds Tykes 43 - 7 Henley Hawks
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 306
Referee: J Barnard
2 December 2000
London Welsh 33 - 32 Orrell
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 550
Referee: Andrew Pearce
2 December 2000
Manchester 21 - 3 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Grove Park
Attendance: 600
Referee: David Grashoff
2 December 2000
Wakefield 22 - 19 Moseley
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 300
Referee: Martin Fox
3 December 2000
Worcester 21 - 16 Birmingham & Solihull
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 1,900
Referee: Steve Leyshon

[15]


Round 11[edit]

9 December 2000
Birmingham & Solihull P - P Orrell

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 3 March 2001.
9 December 2000
Exeter Chiefs P - P Bedford Blues

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 3 March 2001.
9 December 2000
Henley Hawks 13 - 26 Manchester
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 550
Referee: Tony Spreadbury
9 December 2000
London Welsh 12 - 35 Leeds Tykes
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 800
Referee: Nigel Yates
9 December 2000
Moseley 22 - 15 Worcester
Report
Bournbrook
Attendance: 824
Referee: Robin Goodliffe
9 December 2000
Otley 19 - 24 Coventry
Report
Cross Green
Attendance: 450
Referee: Martin Fox
9 December 2000
Waterloo P - P Wakefield

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 17 February 2001.

[16]


Round 12[edit]

16 December 2001
Bedford Blues 37 - 9 Waterloo
Report
Goldington Road
Attendance: 1,870
Referee: Tim Miller
16 December 2001
Birmingham & Solihull 20 - 20 Moseley
Report
Sharmans Cross
Attendance: 200
Referee: David Grashoff
16 December 2001
Coventry 25 - 9 Wakefield
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Trevor Fisher
16 December 2001
Leeds Tykes 63 - 13 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 657
Referee: Martin Fox
16 December 2001
Manchester 21 - 17 Otley
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 400
Referee: Roy Maybank
16 December 2001
Orrell 17 - 22 Henley Hawks
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 500
Referee: Eric Woodmason
16 December 2001
Worcester 51 - 3 London Welsh
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 2,002
Referee: S Terheege

[17]


Round 13[edit]

30 December 2000
Exeter Chiefs P - P Orrell

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 17 February 2001.
30 December 2000
Henley Hawks P - P Worcester Warriors

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 18 February 2001.
30 December 2000
London Welsh P - P Birmingham & Solihull

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 18 February 2001.
30 December 2000
Moseley P - P Coventry

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 18 February 2001.
30 December 2000
Otley P - P Leeds Tykes

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 17 February 2001.
30 December 2000
Wakefield P - P Bedford Blues

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 24 March 2001.
30 December 2000
Waterloo P - P Manchester

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 3 March 2001.

[18]


Round 14[edit]

6 January 2001
Bedford Blues 15 - 20 Coventry
Report
Goldington Road
Attendance: 2,190
Referee: Geraint Ashton-Jones
6 January 2001
Birmingham & Solihull 16 - 6 Henley Hawks
Report
Sharmans Cross
Attendance: 450
Referee: Tim Miller
6 January 2001
Leeds Tykes 45 - 0 Waterloo
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 360
Referee: Nigel Yates
6 January 2001
London Welsh 34 - 6 Moseley
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 1,150
Referee: David Sainsbury
6 January 2001
Manchester 28 - 29 Wakefield
Report
Grove Park
Attendance: 520
Referee: S Leyshon
6 January 2001
Orrell 20 - 23 Otley
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 300
Referee: J Barnard
6 January 2001
Worcester 25 - 6 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 2,198
Referee: Chris Rees

[19]


Round 15[edit]

13 January 2001
Coventry 18 - 10 Manchester
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 1,256
Referee: Ed Morrison
13 January 2001
Exeter Chiefs 22 - 6 Birmingham & Solihull
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 1,050
Referee: Eric Woodmason
13 January 2001
Henley Hawks 30 - 12 London Welsh
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 1,150
Referee: Stuart Piercy
13 January 2001
Moseley 24 - 17 Bedford Blues
Report
Bournbrook
Attendance: 874
Referee: Nick Cousins
13 January 2001
Otley 19 - 31 Worcester
Report
Cross Green
Attendance: 500
Referee: David Pearson
13 January 2001
Wakefield 25 - 38 Leeds Tykes
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 600
Referee: Martin Fox
13 January 2001
Waterloo 35 - 16 Orrell
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 450
Referee: Tony Spreadbury

[20]


Round 16[edit]

20 January 2001
Bedford Blues P - P Wakefield

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 8 April 2001.
20 January 2001
Birmingham & Solihull P - P London Welsh

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 7 April 2001.
20 January 2001
Coventry 54 - 7 Moseley
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 3,185
Referee: Tim Miller
20 January 2001
Leeds Tykes 43 - 22 Otley
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 1,341
Referee: Steve Lander
20 January 2001
Manchester P - P Waterloo

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 24 March 2001.
20 January 2001
Orrell P - P Exeter Chiefs

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 24 March 2001.
20 January 2001
Worcester 56 - 18 Henley Hawks
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 2,003
Referee: Ed Morrison

[21]


Round 17[edit]

27 January 2001
Coventry 39 - 22 Bedford Blues
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 2,200
Referee: Nigel Yates
27 January 2001
Exeter Chiefs 22 - 29 Worcester
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 1,200
Referee: Eric Woodmason
27 January 2001
Henley Hawks 18 - 18 Birmingham & Solihull
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 520
Referee: Andrew Pearce
27 January 2001
Moseley 17 - 32 London Welsh
Report
Bournbrook
Attendance: 776
Referee: David Pearson
27 January 2001
Otley 24 - 22 Orrell
Report
Cross Green
Attendance: 450
Referee: Martin Fox
27 January 2001
Wakefield 21 - 18 Manchester
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 300
Referee: David Grashoff
27 January 2001
Waterloo 17 - 45 Leeds Tykes
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 320
Referee: S Leyshon

[22]


Round 18[edit]

3 February 2001
Henley Hawks P - P Moseley

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 8 April 2001.
3 February 2001
Orrell 16 - 10 Wakefield
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 600
Referee: Geraint Ashton-Jones
4 February 2001
Birmingham & Solihull 10 - 13 Otley
Report
Sharmans Cross
Attendance: 200
Referee: Roy Maybank
4 February 2001
Leeds Tykes P - P Coventry

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 4 March 2001.
4 February 2001
London Welsh 24 - 15 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 530
Referee: David Grashoff
4 February 2001
Manchester 22 - 13 Bedford Blues
Report
Grove Park
Attendance: 485
Referee: Andrew Pearce
4 February 2001
Worcester 30 - 18 Waterloo
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 1,988
Referee: Robin Goodliffe

[23]


Round 19[edit]

10 February 2001
Bedford Blues 3 - 48 Leeds Tykes
Report
Goldington Road
Attendance: 1,225
Referee: Roy Maybank
10 February 2001
Coventry 19 - 8 Orrell
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 1,525
10 February 2001
Exeter Chiefs P - P Henley Hawks

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 25 April 2001.
10 February 2001
Moseley 6 - 16 Manchester
Report
Bournbrook
Attendance: 479
Referee: S Terheege
10 February 2001
Otley 7 - 0 London Welsh
Report
Cross Green
Attendance: 400
Referee: Nigel Yates
10 February 2001
Wakefield 5 - 23 Worcester
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 300
Referee: Tim Fisher
10 February 2001
Waterloo 12 - 9 Birmingham & Solihull
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 260
Referee: David Pearson

[24]


Round 11 & 13 (rescheduled games)[edit]

17 February 2001
Exeter Chiefs 48 - 11 Orrell
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 538
Referee: Ed Morrison
  • Game rescheduled from 30 December 2000.
17 February 2001
Otley 14 - 40 Leeds Tykes
Report
Cross Green
Attendance: 850
Referee: Tim Miller
  • Game rescheduled from 30 December 2000.
17 February 2001
Waterloo 16 - 17 Wakefield
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 250
Referee: Tony Spreadbury
  • Game rescheduled from 9 December 2000.
18 February 2001
Henley Hawks 13 - 16 Worcester
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 705
Referee: David Grashoff
  • Game rescheduled from 30 December 2000.
18 February 2001
London Welsh P - P Birmingham & Solihull

  • Game originally rescheduled from 30 December 2000 but postponed once again. Game rescheduled to 24 March 2001.
18 February 2001
Moseley 25 - 20 Coventry
Report
Bournbrook
Attendance: 880
Referee: S Leyshon
  • Game rescheduled from 30 December 2000.

[25]


Round 20[edit]

24 February 2001
Birmingham & Solihull 22 - 32 Wakefield
Report
Sharmans Cross
Attendance: 240
Referee: David Sainsbury
24 February 2001
Exeter Chiefs 24 - 19 Moseley
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 900
Referee: Roy Maybank
24 February 2001
Henley Hawks 20 - 23 Otley
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 535
Referee: Eric Woodmason
24 February 2001
Leeds Tykes 46 - 13 Manchester
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 407
Referee: Stuart Piercy
24 February 2001
London Welsh 31 - 16 Waterloo
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 700
Referee: Geraint Ashton-Jones
24 February 2001
Orrell 15 - 14 Bedford Blues
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 400
Referee: Mike Hamlin
24 February 2001
Worcester 27 - 16 Coventry
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 3,065
Referee: Ashley Rowden

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Rounds 11, 13 & 18 (Rescheduled games)[edit]

3 March 2001
Birmingham & Solihull 15 - 15 Orrell
Report
Sharmans Cross
Attendance: 300
Referee: S Terheege
  • Game rescheduled from 9 December 2000.
3 March 2001
Exeter Chiefs 39 - 13 Bedford Blues
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 670
Referee: S Leyshon
  • Game rescheduled from 9 December 2000.
3 March 2001
Waterloo 14 - 16 Manchester
Report
St Anthony's Road
Referee: Steve Savage
  • Game rescheduled from 30 December 2000.
4 March 2001
Leeds Tykes 68 - 8 Coventry
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 512
Referee: Tony Spreadbury
  • Game rescheduled from 3 February 2001.

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Round 21[edit]

10 March 2001
Bedford Blues 14 - 32 Worcester
Report
Goldington Road
Attendance: 1,880
Referee: Chris White
10 March 2001
Coventry 23 - 18 Birmingham & Solihull
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 2,200
10 March 2001
Manchester 8 - 3 Orrell
Report
Grove Park
Attendance: 942
Referee: Roy Maybank
10 March 2001
Moseley 23 - 50 Leeds Tykes
Report
Bournbrook
Attendance: 723
Referee: Nigel Yates
10 March 2001
Wakefield 38 - 15 London Welsh
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 300[28]
Referee: David Pearson
10 March 2001
Waterloo 17 - 29 Henley Hawks
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 265
Referee: Nick Cousins
11 March 2001
Otley 22 - 31 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Cross Green
Attendance: 600[29]
Referee: Geraint Ashton-Jones

Round 22[edit]

17 March 2001
Birmingham & Solihull P - P Bedford Blues

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 25 April 2001.
17 March 2001
Exeter Chiefs 29 - 10 Waterloo
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 780
Referee: Eric Woodmason
17 March 2001
Henley Hawks 24 - 7 Wakefield
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 310
Referee: Tim Miller
17 March 2001
Leeds Tykes 81 - 20 Orrell
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 480
Referee: David Sainsbury
17 March 2001
London Welsh 14 - 20 Coventry
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 700
Referee: S Terheege
17 March 2001
Moseley P - P Otley

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled to 24 March 2001.
17 March 2001
Worcester 27-8 Manchester
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 2,108
Referee: Nick Cousins

Rounds 13, 16 (Rescheduled games)[edit]

24 March 2001
London Welsh 11 - 7 Birmingham & Solihull
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 600
Referee: Trevor Fisher
  • Game rescheduled from 18 February 2001 after having been originally rescheduled from 30 December 2000.
24 March 2001
Manchester 10 - 23 Waterloo
Report
Grove Park
Attendance: 325
Referee: Steve Lander
  • Game rescheduled from 20 January 2001.
24 March 2001
Moseley 20 - 15 Otley
Report
Bournbrook
Attendance: 462
Referee: Tony Spreadbury
  • Game rescheduled from 17 March 2001.
24 March 2001
Orrell 32 - 34 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 350
Referee: Chris White
  • Game rescheduled from 20 January 2001.
24 March 2001
Wakefield 21 - 20 Bedford Blues
Report
College Grove
Referee: Ed Morrison
  • Game rescheduled from 30 December 2000.

Round 23[edit]

31 March 2001
Bedford Blues 23 - 18 London Welsh
Report
Goldington Road
Attendance: 1,608
Referee: Tim Miller
31 March 2001
Coventry 25 - 18 Henley Hawks
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 1,800
Referee: Geraint Ashton-Jones
31 March 2001
Manchester 14 - 13 Birmingham & Solihull
Report
Grove Park
Attendance: 385
Referee: Steve Savage
31 March 2001
Moseley 20 - 15 Orrell
Report
Bournbrook
Attendance: 571
Referee: David Pearson
31 March 2001
Wakefield 21 - 20 Exeter Chiefs
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 300
Referee: J Barnard
31 March 2001
Waterloo 15 - 19 Otley
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 301
Referee: Stuart Piercy
1 April 2001
Leeds Tykes 30 - 13 Worcester
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 5,509
Referee: Ed Morrison

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Round 16 & 18 (Rescheduled games)[edit]

7 April 2001
Birmingham & Solihull 13 - 14 London Welsh
Report
Sharmans Cross
Attendance: 400
Referee: Roy Maybank
  • Game rescheduled from 20 January 2001.
8 April 2001
Bedford Blues 19 - 18 Wakefield
Report
Goldington Road
Attendance: 1,320
Referee: Nick Cousins
  • Game rescheduled from 20 January 2001.
8 April 2001
Henley Hawks 20 - 12 Moseley
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 545
Referee: Tim Fisher
  • Game rescheduled from 3 February 2001.

Round 24[edit]

14 April 2001
Birmingham & Solihull 20 - 31 Leeds Tykes
Report
Sharmans Cross
Attendance: 300
Referee: David Grashoff
14 April 2001
Exeter Chiefs 48 - 22 Coventry
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 989
Referee: R Glynne Jones
14 April 2001
Henley Hawks 18 - 10 Bedford Blues
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 1,010
Referee: David Pearson
14 April 2001
London Welsh 31 - 30 Manchester
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 900
Referee: Ashley Rowden
14 April 2001
Moseley 29 - 29 Waterloo
Report
Bournbrook
Attendance: 475
Referee: Geraint Ashton-Jones
14 April 2001
Otley 3 - 20 Wakefield
Report
Cross Green
Attendance: 550
Referee: Roy Maybank
14 April 2001
Worcester 67 - 13 Orrell
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 2,071
Referee: David Sainsbury

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Round 9 (Rescheduled game)[edit]

18 April 2001
Exeter Chiefs 26 - 33 Leeds Tykes
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 1,021
Referee: Ashley Rowden
  • Game rescheduled from 25 November 2000.

Round 25[edit]

21 April 2001
Bedford Blues 11-33 Exeter Chiefs
Report
Goldington Road
Attendance: 1,720
Referee: Tony Spreadbury
21 April 2001
Coventry 38-27 Otley
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 1,800
Referee: Tim Miller
21 April 2001
Leeds Tykes 55-16 London Welsh
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 1,254
21 April 2001
Manchester 39-37 Henley Hawks
Report
Grove Park
Attendance: 865
Referee: Robin Goodliffe
21 April 2001
Orrell 20-13 Birmingham & Solihull
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 400
Referee: J Barnard
21 April 2001
Wakefield 35-13 Waterloo
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 250
Referee: R Glynne Jones
21 April 2001
Worcester 43-17 Moseley
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 2,500

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Round 19 & 22 (Rescheduled games)[edit]

25 April 2001
Birmingham & Solihull 19 - 18 Bedford Blues
Report
Sharmans Cross
Referee: Geraint Ashton-Jones
  • Game rescheduled from 17 March 2001.
25 April 2001
Exeter Chiefs 41 - 8 Henley Hawks
Report
County Ground
Referee: Martin Fox
  • Game rescheduled from 10 February 2001.

Round 26[edit]

28 April 2001
Birmingham & Solihull 26 - 26 Worcester
Report
Sharmans Cross
Referee: Ashley Rowden
28 April 2001
Exeter Chiefs 35 - 21 Manchester
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 1,250
28 April 2001
Henley Hawks 18 - 13 Leeds Tykes
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 820
28 April 2001
Moseley 17 - 36 Wakefield
Report
Bournbrook
Attendance: 500
28 April 2001
Orrell 23 - 22 London Welsh
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 800
28 April 2001
Otley 17 - 17 Bedford Blues
Report
Cross Green
Attendance: 800
28 April 2001
Waterloo 40 - 26 Coventry
Report
St Anthony's Road
Referee: David Sainsbury

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Total Season Attendances[edit]

Club Home
Games
Total Average Highest Lowest % Capacity
Bedford Blues 13 20,490 1,576 2,190 1,100 23%
Birmingham & Solihull 11[a 2] 3,540 322 500 200 32%
Coventry 13 23,266 1,790 3,185 1,000 20%
Exeter Chiefs 12[a 3] 11,119 927 1,250 538 18%
Henley Hawks 13 8,295 638 1,150 310 16%
Leeds Tykes 13 14,847 1,142 5,509 306 5%
London Welsh 12[a 4] 9,330 778 1,150 530 13%
Manchester 12[a 5] 8,107 624 942 325 16%
Moseley 13 8,982 691 1,102 462 N/A
Orrell 13 6,900 531 800 300 18%
Otley 13 6,700 515 850 400 10%
Wakefield 12[a 6] 4,420 368 600 250 12%
Waterloo 11[a 7] 3,821 347 500 250 4%
Worcester 13 29,007 2,231 3,065 1,600 26%

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  1. ^ Note that 7 home attendances are missing (see below) - so the total attendance will not be 100% accurate. The average attendance has also been taken into account with the missing games not included.
  2. ^ Missing home attendances Bedford Blues on 25 April 2001 and Worcester on 28 April 2001.
  3. ^ Missing home attendance v Henley Hawks on 25 April 2001.
  4. ^ Missing home attendance v Bedford Blues on 16 September 2000.
  5. ^ Missing home attendance v .
  6. ^ Missing home attendance v Bedford Blues on 24 March 2001.
  7. ^ Missing home attendances v Manchester on 3 March 2001 and Coventry on 28 April 2001.

Individual Statistics[edit]

  • Note if players are tied on tries or points the player with the lowest number of appearances will come first. Also note that points scorers includes tries as well as conversions, penalties and drop goals.

Season records[edit]

See also[edit]

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  38. ^ "National One 00/01 Most conversions in a match (Team)". Rugby Statbunker. 28 April 2001. 
  39. ^ "National One 00/01 Most penalties in a match (Team)". Rugby Statbunker. 28 April 2001. 
  40. ^ "National One 00/01 Most drop goals in a match (Team)". Rugby Statbunker. 28 April 2001. 
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  44. ^ "National One 00/01 Most penalties in a match (Player)". Rugby Statbunker. 28 April 2001. 
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