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Tribute South West 1 West
Current season or competition:
2018–19 Tribute South West 1 West
SportRugby union
Instituted1987; 31 years ago (1987)
Number of teams14
Country England
HoldersDrybrook (1st title) (2017–18
(promoted to South West Premier))
Most titlesCinderford, Henley Hawks, Truro (2 titles)
Websiteclubs.rfu.com

Tribute South West 1 West is an English, level six, rugby union league for clubs based in the south-west of England; mainly Bristol, Cornwall, Devon, Gloucestershire and Somerset. The champions are promoted to South West Premier (formerly National League 3 South West) and the runner-up plays the second team in South West 1 East, with the winning team gaining promotion. Relegated sides usually play in one of the three seventh-tier leagues — Tribute Western Counties North, Tribute Western Counties West or occasionally, Southern Counties South. The current champions are Weston-super-Mare and they will play in South West Premier for season 2017–18.

2018–19[edit]

Participating teams and location[edit]

2017–18[edit]

Participating teams and location[edit]

The 2017–18 Tribute South West 1 West consists of fourteen teams; five from Devon, four each from Gloucestershire and Somerset, and one from Cornwall. Ten of the fourteen teams participated in last season's competition. The season starts on 2 September 2016 and the last league matches are played on 21 April 2017. The play-off match is played a week later on 28 April 2017.

2016–17[edit]

Participating teams and location[edit]

The 2016–17 Tribute South West 1 West consists of fourteen teams; six from Somerset and four each from Devon and Gloucestershire. Ten of the fourteen teams participated in last season's competition. The season started on 3 September 2016 and the last league matches were played on 22 April 2017. The play-off match was played a week later on 29 April 2017.

Team Ground Capacity Town/Village Previous season
Bideford King George's Field 2,000 Bideford, Devon 5th
Bridgwater & Albion Bath Road 5,000 Bridgwater, Somerset 7th
Chard The Park, Essex Close[2] Chard, Somerset 11th
Clevedon Coleridge Vale Playing Fields Clevedon, Somerset 8th
Drybrook Mannings Ground Drybrook, Gloucestershire 6th
Kingsbridge High House 1,000 (50 seats) Kingsbridge, Devon promoted from Tribute Western Counties West (play-off)
Matson Redwell Road Matson, Gloucester promoted from Tribute Western Counties North (champions)
Midsomer Norton Norton Down Playing Fields Midsomer Norton, Somerset promoted from Southern Counties South (play-off)
Newent Recreation Ground Newent, Gloucestershire 3rd
North Petherton Beggars Brook North Petherton, Somerset 9th
Okehampton Showfield 750 (120 seats) Okehampton, Devon promoted from Tribute Western Counties West (champions)
Teignmouth Bitton Park Sports Ground 1,210 (210 stand) Teignmouth, Devon 10th
Thornbury Cooper's Farm Thornbury, Gloucestershire 2nd
Weston-super-Mare Recreation Ground[2] 6,000 Weston-super-Mare, Somerset 4th

[3]

League table[edit]

2016–17 Tribute South West 1 West League Table[4]
Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Points diff Try bonus Loss bonus Points
1 Weston-super-Mare (P) 26 25 1 0 1123 259 864 23 0 125
2 Clevedon 26 20 1 5 908 356 552 12 5 99
3 Drybrook 26 16 1 9 618 356 194 8 4 78
4 Matson 26 16 0 10 643 581 62 11 3 78
5 Newent 26 15 0 11 676 454 222 12 6 78
6 Thornbury 26 15 0 11 624 585 39 12 2 74
7 North Petherton 26 13 1 12 663 679 −16 11 4 69
8 Okehampton 25 13 1 11 547 414 133 8 7 64
9 Bridgwater & Albion 26 13 0 13 564 569 −5 8 4 64
10 Teignmouth 26 10 1 15 564 783 −219 14 2 58
11 Bideford 26 9 0 17 474 635 −161 7 5 48
12 Chard 25 6 0 19 385 751 −366 7 3 34
13 Kingsbridge 26 5 1 20 380 753 −373 4 3 29
14 Midsomer Norton 26 1 1 24 278 1204 −926 1 1 8
  • 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. 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

Green background is the promotion place. Blue background is the play-off place. Pink background are relegation places.
Updated: 30 April 2017

Promotion play-off[edit]

Each season, the runners-up in South West 1 East and Tribute South West 1 West, participate in a play-off for promotion to National League 3 South West. The team with the best playing record, in this case Newbury Blues, host the match and they beat their opponents Clevedon 25 – 22.

Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Points diff Try bonus Loss bonus Points
Newbury Blues (P) 26 21 1 4 894 401 493 17 2 105
Clevedon 26 20 1 5 908 356 552 12 5 99
29 April 2017
15:00
Newbury Blues 25 – 22 Cleveland
Newbury
Monks Lane

2015–16[edit]

Camborne became champions on 9 April 2016, with two matches to play. Thornbury lost the play-off for promotion 24 – 26 at Salisbury and will continue to play in this league next season. Avonmouth OB, Coney Hill and Wells are all relegated to Western Counties North.

Participating teams and location[edit]

The 2015–16 Tribute South West 1 West consisted of fourteen teams; six from Somerset, four from Gloucestershire, two from Devon and one each from Bristol and Cornwall. Nine of the fourteen teams participated in last season's competition. The 2014–15 champions Cleve, and Ivybridge (via the play-off) were promoted to National League 3 South West. The relegated teams, Cullompton and St Austell will play in Tribute Western Counties West, and Matson will play in Tribute Western Counties North. The season started on 5 September 2015 and the last matches were played on 30 April 2016.

Team Ground Capacity Town/Village Previous season
Avonmouth Old Boys Barracks Lane Shirehampton, Bristol 9th
Bideford King George's Field 2,000 Bideford, Devon 4th
Bridgwater & Albion Bath Road 5,000 Bridgwater, Somerset 3rd
Camborne Recreation Ground 7,000 (780 seats) Camborne, Cornwall 6th
Chard The Park, Essex Close[2] Chard, Somerset relegated from National League 3 South West
Clevedon Coleridge Vale Playing Fields Clevedon, Somerset 10th
Coney Hill Metz Way Coney Hill, Gloucester promoted from Tribute Western Counties North (champions)
Drybrook Mannings Ground Drybrook, Gloucestershire 11th
Newent Recreation Ground Newent, Gloucestershire promoted from Tribute Western Counties North (play-off)
North Petherton Beggars Brook North Petherton, Somerset 5th
Teignmouth Bitton Park Sports Ground 1,210 (210 stand) Teignmouth, Devon promoted from Tribute Western Counties West (champions)
Thornbury Cooper's Farm Thornbury, Gloucestershire 7th
Wells Charter Way Wells, Somerset 8th
Weston-super-Mare Recreation Ground[2] 2,000 Weston-super-Mare, Somerset relegated from National League 3 South West

League table[edit]

2015–16 Tribute South West 1 West League Table[5]
Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Points diff Try bonus Loss bonus Points
1 Camborne 26 23 0 3 774 306 468 15 2 110
2 Thornbury 26 19 0 7 779 411 368 14 5 95
3 Newent 26 20 1 5 594 395 199 9 3 94
4 Weston-super-Mare 26 16 0 10 685 530 155 8 5 77
5 Bideford 26 15 0 11 571 515 56 8 4 73
6 Drybrook 25 14 1 10 527 406 121 8 4 70
7 Bridgwater & Albion 26 14 0 12 452 553 −101 6 2 65
8 Clevedon 25 12 0 13 527 483 44 7 4 59
9 North Petherton 26 11 0 15 496 620 −124 7 5 56
10 Teignmouth 26 9 0 17 478 699 −221 10 5 52
11 Chard 26 8 1 17 535 613 −78 5 8 47
12 Wells 26 9 0 17 378 596 −218 1 4 41
13 Avonmouth Old Boys 26 7 1 18 465 653 −188 3 4 37
14 Coney Hill 26 2 0 24 296 777 −481 2 4 4
  • 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. 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

Green background is the promotion place. Blue background is the play-off place. Pink background are relegation places.
Updated: 29 April 2016

Promotion play-off[edit]

Each season, the runners-up in South West 1 East and Tribute South West 1 West, participate in a play-off for promotion to National League 3 South West. The team with the best playing record, in this case Salisbury, host the match and their opponents are Thornbury.

Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Points diff Try bonus Loss bonus Points
Salisbury (P) 26 20 1 5 732 395 337 11 3 96
Thornbury 26 19 0 7 779 411 368 14 5 95
30 April 2016
15:00
Salisbury 26 – 24 Thornbury
Thornbury
Castle Road
Attendance: 500[6]
Referee: Zerren Bell

2014–15[edit]

Cleve became champions with two matches to play and are promoted to National League 3 South West for next season. The team in second place, Ivybridge beat Towcestrians (the runner-up of South West 1 East) 25 – 20 in the play-off for promotion. St Austell and Cullompton are relegated to Tribute Western Counties West and Matson are relegated to Tribute Western Counties North.

Participating teams and location[edit]

The 2014–15 Tribute South West 1 West League consists of fourteen teams; four from Somerset, three each from Devon and Gloucestershire and two each from Bristol and Cornwall. The season started on 6 September 2014 and the last league matches were played on 18 April 2015; the play-off match was played a week later. Nine of the teams listed below participated in the Tribute South West 1 West last season. They were joined by Avonmouth OB who were relegated from National League 3 South West, Drybrook and Matson both promoted from Tribute Western Counties North, Ivybridge promoted from Tribute Western Counties West and Wells promoted from Southern Counties South.

Team Ground Capacity Town/Village Previous season
Avonmouth Old Boys Barracks Lane Shirehampton, Bristol relegated from National League 3 South West
Bideford King George's Field 2,000 Bideford, Devon 8th
Bridgwater & Albion Bath Road 5,000 Bridgwater, Somerset 9th
Camborne Recreation Ground 7,000 (780 seats) Camborne, Cornwall 3rd
Cleve The Hayfields Mangotsfield, Bristol 5th
Clevedon Coleridge Vale Playing Fields Clevedon, Somerset 11th
Cullompton Stafford Park Cullompton, Devon 10th
Drybrook Mannings Ground Drybrook, Gloucestershire promoted from Tribute Western Counties North
Ivybridge Cross-in-Hand Ivybridge, Devon promoted from Tribute Western Counties West
Matson Redwell Road Matson, Gloucester promoted from Tribute Western Counties North
North Petherton Beggars Brook North Petherton, Somerset 6th
St Austell Tregorrick Park 4,000 (300 seats) St Austell, Cornwall 4th
Thornbury Cooper's Farm Thornbury, Gloucestershire 7th
Wells Charter Way Wells, Somerset promoted from Southern Counties South

League table[edit]

2014–15 Tribute South West 1 West League Table[7]
Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Points diff Try bonus Loss bonus Points
1 Cleve 26 22 0 4 705 376 329 17 2 107
2 Ivybridge (P) 26 18 0 8 760 596 164 17 5 94
3 Bridgwater & Albion 26 16 0 10 669 505 164 16 5 80
4 Bideford 26 14 1 11 681 603 78 13 5 76
5 North Petherton 26 15 1 10 659 590 69 11 5 73
6 Camborne 26 13 0 13 638 580 58 11 8 71
7 Thornbury 26 12 2 12 583 591 −8 11 3 66
8 Wells 26 12 1 13 610 569 41 9 5 64
9 Avonmouth Old Boys 26 12 2 12 509 580 −71 7 3 62
10 Clevedon 26 11 2 13 558 565 −7 6 6 60
11 Drybrook 26 12 1 13 436 511 −75 4 5 59
12 Matson 26 9 0 17 552 686 −134 8 7 51
13 St Austell 26 7 0 19 463 607 −144 5 6 39
14 Cullompton 26 4 0 22 441 905 −464 3 3 22
  • 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. 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

Green background is the promotion place. Blue background is the play-off place. Pink background are relegation places.
Updated: 23 April 2015

Promotion play-off[edit]

Each season, the runners-up in South West 1 East and Tribute South West 1 West, participate in a play-off for promotion to National League 3 South West. The team with the best playing record, in this case Towcestrians, hosts the match; their opponents were Ivybridge who won 25 – 20.

Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Points diff Try bonus Loss bonus Points
Towcestrians 26 21 0 5 704 405 299 15 3 103
Ivybridge (P) 26 18 0 8 760 596 164 17 5 94
25 April 2015
15:00
Towcestrians 20 – 25 Ivybridge
report
Greens Norton Road

2013–14[edit]

Participating teams and location[edit]

Team Ground Capacity Town/Village Previous season
Bideford King George's Field 2,000 Bideford, Devon promoted from Tribute Western Counties West
Bridgwater & Albion College Way 5,000 Bridgwater, Somerset
Camborne Recreation Ground 7,000 (780 seats) Camborne, Cornwall
Chard The Park Chard, Somerset
Cleve The Hayfields Mangotsfield, Bristol
Clevedon Coleridge Vale Playing Fields Clevedon, Somerset
Coney Hill Metz Way Gloucester, Gloucestershire switched from South West 1 East
Cullompton Stafford Park Cullompton, Devon
Hornets Hutton Moor Park Weston-super-Mare, Somerset promoted from Tribute Western Counties North
North Petherton Beggars Brook North Petherton, Somerset
Sidmouth Blackmore Field Sidmouth, Devon
St Austell Tregorrick Park 4,000 (300 seats) St Austell, Cornwall promoted from Tribute Western Counties West
Thornbury Cooper's Farm Thornbury, Gloucestershire
Wadebridge Camels Molesworth Field 500 Wadebridge, Cornwall

2012–13[edit]

Tribute South West 1 West honours[edit]

South West 2[edit]

South West 2
Season No of teams No of matches Champions Runners-up Relegated teams Ref
1987–88 11 10 Berry Hill Reading Newbury, Devonport Services [8]
1988–89 11 10 Matson Brixham Launceston, Devon & Cornwall Police [9]
1989–90 11 10 Gordon League Torquay Athletic Bridgwater & Albion [9]
1990–91 11 10 Cinderford Newbury Redingensians, Bournemouth [10]
1991–92 11 10 Henley Sherborne, Penryn (also promoted) Reading Abbey [11]
1992–93 13 12 Stroud Barnstaple Old Culverhaysians [12]

South West 1[edit]

South West 1
Season No of teams No of matches Champions Runners-up Relegated teams Ref
1993–94 13 12 Henley Cheltenham Gordon League [13]
1994–95 13 12 Cheltenham Newbury Stroud [14]
1995–96 13 12 Newbury Gloucester Old Boys Cinderford [15]

South West 2 West[edit]

South West 2 West
Season No of teams No of matches Champions Runners-up Relegated teams Ref
1996–97 12 22 Penzance-Newlyn Spartans Devonport Services, Combe Down [16]
1997–98 12 22 Old Patesians Keynsham Okehampton [17]
1998–99 12 22 Cinderford Dings Crusaders St Ives [18]
1999–00 12 22 Truro Brixham Tiverton, Taunton Titans, Spartans [19]
2000–01 14 26 Dings Crusaders Stroud St Austell, Clevedon, Penryn [20]
2001–02 12 22 Truro Berry Hill Camborne, Cheltenham North [21]
2002–03 12 22 St Mary's Old Boys Clevedon Torquay Athletic, Matson [22]
2003–04 12 22 Gloucester Old Boys Penryn Crediton, Taunton Titans, Thornbury [23]
2004–05 12 22 Spartans Coney Hill Gordon League, Stroud, Barnstaple [24]
2005–06 12 22 Mounts Bay St Ives Truro, Berry Hill, Gloucester Old Boys [25]
2006–07 12 22 Coney Hill Brixham Penryn, Spartans [26]
2007–08 12 22 Exmouth Barnstaple Hornets, Barton Hill, Camborne [27]
2008–09 12 22 Taunton Titans Newton Abbot Walcot [28]

South West 1 West[edit]

South West 1 West
Season No of teams No of matches Champions Runners-up Relegated teams Ref
2009–10 14 26 Hartpury College Newton Abbot Torquay Athletic, St Mary's Old Boys, Yatton [29]
2010–11 14 26 Chippenham Old Redcliffians St Ives, Walcot, Ivybridge [30]
2011–12 14 26 Brixham Avonmouth Old Boys Penryn, Berry Hill, Chosen Hill Former Pupils [31]
2012–13 14 26 Old Redcliffians Camborne Oldfield Old Boys, Paignton, North Dorset [32]
2013–14 14 26 Hornets Chard Wadebridge Camels, Coney Hill, Sidmouth [33]
2014–15 14 26 Cleve Ivybridge Matson, St Austell, Cullompton [34]
2015–16 14 26 Camborne Thornbury Wells, Avonmouth Old Boys, Coney Hill [35]
2016–17 14 26 Weston-super-Mare Clevedon Midsomer Norton, Kingsbridge, Chard [36]
2017–18 14 26 Drybrook Exeter University Clevedon, Bideford, Matson [37]
2018–19 14 26
Green background are the promotion places.

Promotion play-offs[edit]

Since the 2000–01 season there has been a play-off, between the league runners-up of South West 1 East and South West 1 West, for the third and final promotion place to South West Premier. The team with the superior league record has home advantage. As of the end of the 2017–18 season the South West 1 West teams' have been the stronger with twelve wins to the South West 1 East teams' six, while the home team has won promotion twelve times to the away teams six.

South West 1 (east v west) promotion play-off results
Season Home Score Away Venue Attendance
2000–01[38] Stroud (W) 37–8 Slough (E) Fromehall Park, Stroud, Gloucestershire
2001–02[39] Chippenham (E) 5–20 Berry Hill (W) Allington Fields, Chippenham, Wiltshire
2002–03[40] Clevedon (W) 22–8 Swanage & Wareham (E) Coleridge Vale Playing Fields, Clevedon, Somerset
2003–04[41] Swanage & Wareham (E) 19–23 Penryn (W) Bestwall Road, Dorset
2004-05[42] Chippenham (E) 24–18 Coney Hill (W) Allington Fields, Chippenham, Wiltshire
2005–06[43] Swanage & Wareham (E) 10–26 St Ives (W) Bestwall Road, Dorset
2006–07[44] Bournemouth (E) 43–12 Brixham (W) Chapel Gate, Bournemouth, Dorset
2007–08[45][46] Barnstaple (W) 17–6 Salisbury (E) Pottington Road, Barnstaple, Devon
2008–09[47][48] Reading (E) 16–10 Newton Abbot (W) Holme Park, Sonning, Reading, Berkshire
2009–10[49][50] Newton Abbot (W) 23–14 High Wycombe (E) Rackerhayes, Newton Abbot, Devon
2010–11[51][52] Old Redcliffians (W) 52–8 Maidenhead (E) Scotland Lane, Brislington, Bristol
2011–12[53][54] Salisbury (E) 13–13 (aet)[a 1] Avonmouth Old Boys (W) Castle Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire
2012–13[56][57] Old Centralians (E) 25–15 Camborne (W) Saintbridge Sports Centre, Gloucester, Gloucestershire 500
2013–14[58][59] Towcestrians (E) 18–22 Chard (W) Greens Norton Road, Towcester, Northamptonshire
2014–15[60][61] Towcestrians (E) 20–25 Ivybridge (W) Greens Norton Road, Towcester, Northamptonshire
2015–16[62][63] Salisbury (E) 26–24 Thornbury (W) Castle Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire 500
2016–17[64] Newbury Blues (E) 25−22 Clevedon (W) Monk's Lane, Newbury, Berkshire
2017–18[65] Exeter University (W) 42−31 Banbury (E) Topsham Sports Ground, Exeter, Devon
2018–19
Green backgrounds represent promoted teams. E stands for South West 1 East while W stands for South West 1 West (or SW2E/SW2W for versions prior to 2009).

Number of league titles[edit]

Summary of tier six format since 1987[edit]

Format of the sixth-tier rugby union leagues in South-west England
Year Name No of teams No of matches
1987–92 South West 2 11 10
1992–93 South West 2 13 12
1993–95 South West 1 13 12
1995–96 South West 1 13 12
1996–00 South West 2 West 12 22
2000–01 South West 2 West 14 26
2001–09 South West 2 West 12 22
2009– South West 1 West 14 26

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ After extra time the game was tied with each sides having 2 tries each. As a result Avonmouth Old Boys were awarded the victory by virtue of being the away side.[55]

See also[edit]

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