Shepherd Neame Kent 2

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Shepherd Neame Kent 2
Current season or competition::
2017–18 Shepherd Neame Kent 2
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Sport Rugby union
Number of teams 9
Country  England
Holders Whitstable (1st title) (2017–18)
(promoted to Shepherd Neame Kent 1)
Most titles Aylesford Bulls, Erith, Old Gravesendians (2 titles)
Website englandrugby.com

Shepherd Neame Kent 2 is an English level 10 Rugby Union League[1] and is made up of teams predominantly from south-east London and Kent. The teams play home and away matches from September through to April. Currently promoted teams move up to Shepherd Neame Kent 1 and there is no relegation although until the 2007-08 season teams could drop down to Kent 3 (now folded). Now a single division, in the past Kent 2 was divided into regional divisions - Kent 2 East and Kent 2 West.

Teams for 2017-18[edit]

Teams for 2016-17[edit]

Teams for 2015-2016[edit]

Teams for 2014-2015[edit]

Teams for 2013-2014[edit]

  • Ash
  • Askean
  • Bexley
  • Brockleians
  • Dartford Valley (www.dvrfc.com)
  • Edenbridge
  • Faversham
  • Guys Hospital
  • Lordswood
  • New Ash Green
  • Orpington
  • Whitstable

Teams for 2009-2010[edit]

Kent 2 Honours[edit]

Kent 2 Honours
Season No of Teams Champions Runners–up Relegated Teams League Name
1998-99[2] 14 New Ash Green Old Elthamians No relegation Kent 2 East
1998-99[3] 4 Greenwich Dartford Valley No relegation Kent 2 West
1999-00[4] 8 Aylesford Bulls[a 1] Sittingbourne Multiple teams[a 2] Kent 2 East
1999-00[5] 9[a 3] Erith[a 4] Dartford Valley Multiple teams[a 5] Kent 2 West
2000-01[6] 9 Ashford Erith No relegation[a 6] Kent 2
2001-02[7] 10 Aylesford Bulls Sheppey Dartford Valley, HSBC, Dover Kent 2
2002-03[8] 10 Old Elthamians Sittingbourne Brockleians, Bexley Kent 2
2003-04[9] 9 Park House Dover No relegation[a 7] Kent 2
2004-05[10] 10 Brockleians New Ash Green Dartford Valley Kent 2
2005-06[11] 9 Old Gravesendians Sheppey Medway, Bexley Kent 2
2006-07[12] 8 Erith Old Olavians New Ash Green, Orpington, Shooters Hill Kent 2
2007-08[13] 8 Medway Cranbrook[a 8] No relegation[a 9] Kent 2
2008-09[14] 10[a 10] HSBC Guys' Kings' & St Thomas' Hospital No relegation Kent 2
2009-10[15] 10 Lordswood New Ash Green No relegation Shepherd Neame Kent 2
2010-11[16] 11 Guys' Kings' & St Thomas' Hospital Shooters Hill No relegation Shepherd Neame Kent 2
2011-12[17] 9 King's College Hospital Southwark Lancers No relegation Shepherd Neame Kent 2
2012-13[18] 11 Old Williamsonians Footscray No relegation Shepherd Neame Kent 2
2013-14[19] 10 Bexley Lordswood No relegation Shepherd Neame Kent 2
2014-15[20] 10 Ash Green Brockleians No relegation Shepherd Neame Kent 2
2015-16[21] 12 Sittingbourne Snowdown C.W. No relegation Shepherd Neame Kent 2
2016-17[22] 13 Old Gravesendians Royal Bank of Scotland No relegation Shepherd Neame Kent 2
2017-18[23] 9 Whitstable Footscray No relegation Shepherd Neame Kent 2
Green backgrounds are promotion places.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Aylesford Bulls were not promoted this season but instead remained in a new look single division along with runners up Sittingbourne and relegated teams from Kent 1.
  2. ^ Due to the creation of a single division for Kent 2 as well as two new lower divisions there were a lot of relegations this season. Faversham, Vigo, Old Williamsonians joined Kent 3 while Deal & Betteshanger, Old Gravesendians, Edenbridge joined Kent 4.
  3. ^ Multiple teams were transferred from Kent 2 East for this season - previously only 4 teams in division.
  4. ^ Erith were not promoted this season but instead remained in a new look single division along with runners up Dartford Valley and relegated teams from Kent 1.
  5. ^ Due to the creation of a single division for Kent 2 as well as two new lower divisions there were a lot of relegations this season. Footscray, Bexley and Greenwich joined Kent 3 while Orpington and Old Olavians joined Kent 4. Greenwich Academical and Met Police (Hayes) would drop out of the league for the following season.
  6. ^ No relegation as Kent 4 abolished at end of season and subsequent league restructuring led to division increasing to 10 teams.
  7. ^ No relegation as division would increase to 10 teams the following season.
  8. ^ Vigo and Sheppey were also promoted along with champions Medway and runners up Cranbrook.
  9. ^ No relegation as Kent 3 abolished at the end of the season.
  10. ^ Division increased to 10 teams due to Kent 3 being abolished the previous season.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "League Make up". Kent RFU. Archived from the original on 1 July 2010. Retrieved 9 July 2010. 
  2. ^ "1998-1999 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  3. ^ "1998-1999 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  4. ^ "1999-2000 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  5. ^ "1999-2000 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  6. ^ "2000-2001 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  7. ^ "2001-2002 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  8. ^ "2002-2003 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  9. ^ "2003-2004 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  10. ^ "2004-2005 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  11. ^ "2005-2006 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  12. ^ "2006-2007 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  13. ^ "2007-2008 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  14. ^ "2008-2009 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  15. ^ "2009-2010 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  16. ^ "2010-2011 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  17. ^ "2011-2012 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  18. ^ "2012-2013 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  19. ^ "2013-2014 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 14 February 2015. 
  20. ^ "2014-2015 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 3 May 2015. 
  21. ^ "2015-2016 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 25 April 2016. 
  22. ^ "2016-2017 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 22 April 2017. 
  23. ^ "2017-2018 London South-East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 21 April 2018. 

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