1990–91 Courage League National Division Two
|1990–91 Courage League National Division Two|
|Champions||Rugby (1st title)|
|Relegated||Richmond and Headingley|
|Top point scorer||117 Brian Mullen |
|Top try scorer||9 Lindsay Renwick |
Rugby, the champions, were promoted to the Courage League National Division One for season 1991–92 along with the runner–up, London Irish. Headingley finished last and were relegated to Courage League National Division Three for season 1991–92 as were Richmond who finished one place above them.
Participating teams and locationsEdit
The number of teams in the division was increased by one to give a total of thirteen teams, with each team meeting the other teams once to give total of twelve matches each. Joining the ten teams who continued from last season were Bedford Blues who returned to Division Two after just one season in the top tier. Two teams, London Scottish and Wakefield were promoted from Division Three with London Scottish returning after just one season, and it was Wakefield's first season in this division. In 1990 the Gosforth club split into two clubs, one became Newcastle Gosforth and moved to Kingston Park, known then as the New Ground while Gosforth Rugby Club continued as an amateur side working in partnership with Northumbria University.
|Bedford||Goldington Road||7,000||Bedford, Bedfordshire|
|Blackheath||Rectory Field||6,000||Greenwich, London|
|Coventry||Coundon Road||9,000+||Coventry, West Midlands|
|Headingley||Headingley Stadium||22,250||Leeds, West Yorkshire|
|London Irish||The Avenue||6,600||Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey|
|London Scottish||Athletic Ground||4,500||Richmond, London|
|Newcastle Gosworth||Kingston Park||10,000||Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear|
|Plymouth Albion||Beacon Park||3,500||Plymouth, Devon|
|Richmond||Athletic Ground||4,500||Richmond, London|
|Rugby Lions||Webb Ellis Road||1,000||Rugby, Warwickshire|
|Sale||Heywood Road||5,400||Sale, Greater Manchester|
|Wakefield||College Grove||3,000||Wakefield, West Yorkshire|
|Waterloo||St Anthony's Road||9,000||Blundellsands, Merseyside|
|1990–91 Courage League National Division Two Table|
|Club||Played||Won||Drawn||Lost||Points For||Points Against||Points Difference||Points|
|Green background are promotion places. Pink background are relegation places.|
National Division Two is part of the Courage Clubs Championship and is sponsored by Courage Brewery
- Stephen McCormack, ed. (2000). The Official RFU Club Directory 2000–2001. Harpenden: Queen Anne Press.
- Tony Williams and Bill Mitchell, ed. (1991). Courage Club Championship Official Rugby Union Club Directory 1991–92 (4th ed.). Taunton: Tony Williams.
- Stephen Jones, ed. (1991). Rothmans Rugby Union Yearbook 1991–92 (20th ed.). London: Queen Anne Press/Rothmans Publications.