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The 1994–95 Pilkington Cup was the 24th edition of England's premier rugby union club competition at the time. Bath won the competition defeating Wasps in the final.[1] The event was sponsored by Pilkington and the final was held at Twickenham Stadium.[2]

1994–95 Pilkington Cup
Countries England
ChampionsBath (9th title)
Runners-upWasps

Contents

Draw and resultsEdit

First round (Sep 10)Edit

Home Away Score
Alton Lydney 9-28
Aylesbury High Wycombe 10-38
Camborne Old Colleians 23-15
Ealing Basingstoke 7-26
Esher Bridgwater 11-0
Henley Sudbury 10-6
Hereford Nuneaton 14-6
Launceston Banbury 38-3
Lichfield Stockton 20-12
London Welsh Gloucester Old Boys 20-15
Loughborough Students Winnington Park 11-43
Maidenhead Horsham 3-0
North Walsham Okehampton 27-3
Old Albanians Barking 3-22
Old Coventrians Camp Hill 6-13
Preston Grasshoppers Stockwood Park 31-3
Ruislip Ipswich 28-3
Sandal Wigton 18-3
Scunthorpe Kendal 27-21
Sheffield Birmingham 11-5
Sherborne Tabard 16-26
Southend Metropolitan Police 8-20
Stourbridge New Brighton 15-10
Tynedale Barkers Butts 35-21
Walsall Stafford 56-8
West Park Old Crossleyans 38-5
Weston-super-Mare Berry Hill 19-3
Wharfedale Stoke 20-11

Second round (Oct 8)Edit

Home Away Score
Askeans Redruth 12-19
Aspatria Leeds 23-0
Basingstoke Plymouth 13-10
Camp Hill Liverpool St Helens 15-10
Harrogate Sheffield 46-10
Henley Launceston 5-27
Lichfield Preston Grasshoppers 24-12
Lydney Esher 17-16
Maidenhead High Wycombe 14-18
Metropolitan Police Havant 10-16
Morley Rotherham 11-15
North Walsham Exeter 7-32
Reading Barking 26-15
Richmond Camborne 47-22
Rosslyn Park Blackheath 12-24
Rugby London Welsh 23-10
Ruislip Clifton 19-20
Sandal Winnington Park 23-10
Scunthorpe Hereford 17-16
Stourbridge Bedford 17-35
Tabard Weston-super-Mare 13-5
Tynedale Otley 29-28
West Park Broughton Park 20-0
Wharfedale Walsall 32-16

Third round (Nov 5)Edit

Home Away Score
Aspatria Scunthorpe 14-9
Basingstoke Clifton 29-26
Blackheath Redruth 31-0
Camp Hill Sandal 8-17
Harrogate Lichfield 22-14
Havant Richmond 13-15
High Wycombe Tabard 22-36
Launceston Exeter 7-30
Lydney Reading 16-6
Rotherham Wharfedale 33-30
Tynedale Rugby 16-23 aet
West Park Bedford 14-40

Fourth round (Dec 17)Edit

Home Away Score
Aspatria Bedford 32-6
Basingstoke London Irish 3-18
Bristol Nottingham 41-10
Coventry Fylde 7-45
Exeter Rugby 9-7
Harlequins Saracens 9-5
Leicester Blackheath 56-11
London Scottish Bath 6-31
Moseley Northampton 6-16
Newcastle Gosforth Wasps 12-58
Orrell West Hartlepool 28-7
Richmond Tabard 24-16
Rotherham Waterloo 19-21
Sale Harrogate 33-0
Sandal Lydney 5-17
Wakefield Gloucester 19-9

Fifth round (Jan 28)Edit

Home Away Score
Bristol Leicester 8–16
Exeter Aspatria 18–6
London Irish Harlequins 15–40
Lydney Wakefield 10–23
Northampton Richmond 27–6
Orrell Bath 19–25
Sale Fylde 55–13
Waterloo Wasps 13–54

Quarter-finals (Feb 25)Edit

Home Away Score
Bath Northampton 26–6
Exeter Wasps 0–31
Harlequins Wakefield 13–8
Sale Leicester 12–14

Semi-finals (Apr 1)Edit

Home Away Score
Harlequins Bath 13–31
Leicester Wasps 22–25

FinalEdit

6 May 1995
Bath 36-16 Wasps
Try: Martin Haag 2  
Ben Clarke  
Tony Swift  
Jon Callard  
Con: Jon Callard 4
Pen: Jon Callard
Try: Paddy Dunston  
Damian Hopley  
Pen: Rob Andrew 2
Twickenham Stadium, London
Attendance: ??,000
Referee: John Pearson (Durham)
16 Jon Callard
15 Tony Swift
14 Phil de Glanville (c)
12 Jeremy Guscott
11 Adedayo Adebayo
10 Richard Butland
9 Ian Sanders
8 Ben Clarke
7 Steve Ojomoh
6 Nigel Redman
5 Martin Haag
4 Andy Robinson
3 Victor Ubogu
2 Gareth Adams
1 Kevin Yates
Replacements:
16 Marcus Olsen
17 Graham Dawe
18 John Mallett for Ubogu (74m)
19 Pat McCoy
20 Jon Sleightholme
21 Audley Lumsden
Coach:
Brian Ashton
15 John Ufton
14 Phil Hopley
13 Damian Hopley
12 Graham Childs
11 Nick Greenstock
10 Rob Andrew
9 Steve Bates
8 Dean Ryan (c)
7 Buster White
6 Norm Hadley
5 Matthew Greenwood
4 Lawrence Dallaglio
3 Paddy Dunston
2 Kevin Dunn
1 Darren Molloy
Replacements:
16 H Davies
17 Guy Gregory
18 Andy Gomarsall
19 Richard Kinsey
20 Garry Holmes
21 Paul Delaney
Coach:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Past finals". BBC Sport.
  2. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries.