1990–91 Courage League National Division Three

The 1990–91 Courage League National Division Three was the fourth full season of rugby union within the third tier of the English league system, currently known as National League 1. The division was increased by one team and they each played one match against the other teams, playing a total of twelve matches each.

1990–91 Courage League National Division Three
Countries England
Date22 September 1990 – 27 April 1991
ChampionsWest Hartlepool (1st title)
Runners-upMorley (also promoted)
RelegatedMetropolitan Police and Vale of Lune
Matches played78

Participating teams and locationsEdit

League tableEdit

1990–91 Courage League National Division Three Table[2]
Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Points diff Points
1 West Hartlepool 12 10 1 1 282 90 192 21
2 Morley 12 9 1 2 210 118 92 19
3 Fylde 12 7 2 3 183 115 68 16
4 Exeter 12 7 2 3 160 139 21 16
5 Clifton 12 6 1 5 172 186 –12 13
6 Askeans 12 4 2 6 141 137 4 10
7 Nuneaton 12 5 0 7 180 200 –20 10
8 Broughton Park 12 5 0 7 109 185 –76 10
9 Roundhay 12 4 1 7 147 166 –19 9
10 Sheffield 12 4 1 7 193 222 –29 9
11 Lydney 12 4 1 7 125 188 –63 9
12 Metropolitan Police 12 4 0 8 130 188 –58 8
13 Vale of Lune 12 3 0 9 123 221 –98 6
  • Points are awarded as follows:
  1. 2 pts for a win
  2. 1 pt for a draw
  3. 0 pts for a loss
  • If teams are level at any stage, the following tiebreaker is applied:
  1. Difference between points for and against
Green background is the promotion place. Pink background are relegation places.

SponsorshipEdit

National Division Three is part of the Courage Clubs Championship and is sponsored by Courage Brewery

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Williams, Tony; Mitchell, Bill, eds. (1990). Official Rugby Union Club Directory 1990–91. Burlington Publishing Co. pp. 127–166.
  2. ^ "Courage Clubs Championship–1990/91". Moseley Rugby Club. Retrieved 14 May 2016.

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