1990–91 French Rugby Union Championship

The 1990–91 French Rugby Union Championship was 99th edition of France's top division of rugby union. Bègles-Bordeaux were champions after beating Toulose in the final.

French Rugby Championship 1990–91
CountriesFrance
Number of teams80 teams
ChampionsBègles-Bordeaux (2nd title)
Runners-upToulose

It was the club's second bouclier de Brennus after their first win in 1969.

FormulaEdit

  • The tournament was played by 80 clubs divided in 20 pools of four.
  • The two best from each pool (a total of 40 clubs) were admitted to group A to play for the title.
  • In the second round the 40 clubs of group A were divided in five pools of eight.
  • The first three of each pool and the best fourth place team advanced to the knockout stage.

Group A qualification round to knockout stageEdit

The teams are listed as the ranking, in bold the teams admitted to "last 16" round.

Pool 1

Pool 2

Pool 3

Pool 4

Pool 5

"Last 16" phaseEdit

In bold are the clubs qualified for the quarter finals.

Team 1 Team 2 1st match 2nd match
Perpignan Béziers 15-9 3-27
Biarritz Nîmes 13-10 12-18
Montpellier RC Stadoceste 18-9 3-18
Toulon Bègles-Bordeaux 18-9 6-22
Mont-de-Marsan Narbonne 15-12 0-51
Brive Toulouse 9-9 12-15
Dax Montferrand 9-15 38-22
Auch Racing 18-15 3-43

Quarter of finalsEdit

In bold the clubs qualified for the next round

Team 1 Team 2 1st match 2nd match
Béziers Nîmes 30-17
Stadoceste Bègles-Bordeaux 8-19
Narbonne Toulouse 6-24
Dax Racing 6-18

SemifinalsEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Results
Béziers Bègles-Bordeaux 12-13
Toulouse Racing 13-12

FinalEdit

01 June 1991
Bègles-Bordeaux 19 – 10 Toulouse
Try: Courtiols 6'
Mougeot 36'
Con: Sallefranque 6'
Pen: Sallefranque (2)
Drop: Reigt
Try: Cazalbou (2) 66', 76'
Con: Ougier 76'
Parc des Princes, Paris
Referee: Patrick Robin
FB 15   Marc Geneste   77'
RW 14   Marc Sallefranque
OC 13   Régis Frentzel
IC 12   Philippe Soulé
LW 11   William Téchoueyres
FH 10   Christophe Reigt
SH 9   Bernard Laporte (c)
N8 8   Jean-Jacques Alibert
OF 7   Sébastien Conchy
BF 6   Michel Courtiols
RL 5   Christophe Mougeot
LL 4   André Berthozat
TP 3   Philippe Gimbert
HK 2   Vincent Moscato
LP 1   Serge Simon   77'
Substitutions:
PR 16   Laurent Vergé   77'
LK 17   Éric Michaud
N8 18   François Labat
SH 19   Patrick Tauzin
FH 20   Christian Delage   77'
CE 21   Thomas Clamens
Coach:
  Yves Appriou
FB 15   Stéphane Ougier
RW 14   Jean-Michel Rancoule
OC 13   Michel Marfaing
IC 12   Pierre Bondouy   59'
LW 11   David Berty
FH 10   Philippe Rougé-Thomas
SH 9   Jérôme Cazalbou
N8 8   Albert Cigagna (c)
OF 7   Bruno Dalla-Riva
BF 6   Olivier Marin
RL 5   Jean-Marie Cadieu
LL 4   Hugues Miorin
TP 3   Claude Portolan
HK 2   Patrick Soula
LP 1   Gérard Portolan   47'
Substitutions:
HK 16   Éric Jamin
PR 17   Joël Garcias   47'
LK 18   Bruno Coumes
LK 19   Hervé Lecomte
SH 20   Philippe Carbonneau
CE 21   Éric Bonneval   59'
Coach:
  Jean-Claude Skrela

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