1993–94 Courage League National Division Two
The 1993–94 Courage League National Division Two was the seventh full season of rugby union within the second tier of the English league system, currently known as the RFU Championship. Following the reduction of teams playing in National Division Two from thirteen to ten, only five teams remained from the previous season. They were Moseley, Nottingham, Sale, Wakefield and Waterloo. Four teams, London Scottish, Rugby, Saracens and West Hartlepool were relegated from Division One and one team Otley, making their debut, promoted from Division Three. This was the first full season of each team playing home and away matches against each of the other teams, to give eighteen matches each.
|1993–94 Courage League National Division Two|
|Champions||Sale (1st title)|
|Relegated||Rugby and Otley|
|Top point scorer||172 Guy Gregory |
|Top try scorer||16 Simon Verbickas |
Sale, the champions, were promoted to the Courage League National Division One for season 1994–95 along with the runners–up West Hartlepool. It was Sale's sixth attempt at returning to the top level whilst West Hartlepool go back up at the first attempt. Otley finished last and were relegated to Courage League National Division Three in 1994–95 along with Rugby who finish one place above them. Both teams had been promoted the previous season.
|London Scottish||Athletic Ground||4,500||Richmond, London|
|Moseley||The Reddings||10,000 (est)||Birmingham, West Midlands|
|Nottingham||Ireland Avenue||4,950||Beeston, Nottinghamshire|
|Otley||Cross Green||5,000||Otley, West Yorkshire|
|Rugby Lions||Webb Ellis Road||1,000||Rugby, Warwickshire|
|Sale||Heywood Road||5,400||Sale, Greater Manchester|
|Saracens||Bramley Road||2,000||Enfield, London|
|Wakefield||College Grove||3,000||Wakefield, West Yorkshire|
|Waterloo||St Anthony's Road||9,000||Blundellsands, Merseyside|
|West Hartlepool||Brierton Lane||Hartlepool, County Durham|
|1993–94 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
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