2019–20 National League 2 South

The 2019–20 National League 2 South was the eleventh season (33rd overall) of the fourth tier (south) of the English domestic rugby union competitions since the professionalised format of the second division was introduced.

2019–20 National League 2 South
Countries England
Date7 September 2019 – 14 March 2020
ChampionsTaunton Titans (1st title)
Runners-upTonbridge Juddians (also promoted)
RelegatedBournemouth, Old Redcliffians, Sutton & Epsom
Matches played196
Attendance60,934
(average 311 per match)
Highest attendance1,076
Dings Crusaders v Clifton
14 September 2019
Lowest attendance0[a]
Tonbridge Juddians v Sutton & Epsom
21 December 2019
Top point scorerEngland Gary Kingdom
(Taunton Titans)
230 points
Top try scorerEngland Hugo Watson
(Tonbridge Juddians)
22 tries

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom, the Rugby Football Union officially cancelled the season on 20 March 2020, after an initial postponement of all rugby in England including training.[2][3] After the cancellation was announced the RFU used a best playing record formula to decide the final table.[4] This meant that Taunton Titans, who were 3 points clear when the league was suspended, were promoted as champions along with runners up Tonbridge Juddians, who went up as the best runner up as they had more considerably more points than 2019–20 National League 2 North runner up Fylde.

The relegated teams included Bournemouth, Old Redcliffians and Sutton & Epsom, all of whom had occupied the bottom three spots before league suspension, with 14th placed Sutton & Epsom 13 points behind 13th placed Westcliff and safety. Taunton Titans and Tonbridge Juddians will join the 2021–22 National League 1 (the highest level either club have reached), while Bournemouth and Old Redcliffians drop down to South West Premier and Sutton & Epsom to London & South East Premier.

Other interesting news from the season was Taunton's Gary Kingdom who finished as top scorer in the division for the third time, tying him with Worthing Raiders prolific Matthew McLean. An unwanted record was also made with Tonbridge Juddians official attendance of 0 from their game Sutton & Epsom on 21 December 2019 being the lowest ever recorded in a National League 2 South game. This was due to the game being played behind closed doors due to safety concerns caused by flooding.

StructureEdit

The league consists of sixteen teams with all the teams playing each other on a home and away basis to make a total of thirty matches each. There is one automatic promotion place, one play-off place and three relegation places. The champions are promoted to the 2020–21 National League 1 and the runners-up play the second-placed team in the 2019–20 National League 2 North with the winner being promoted. The last three teams are relegated to either London & South East Premier or South West Premier depending on the geographical location of the team (in some cases teams may join the Midlands regional leagues).

The results of the matches contribute points to the league as follows:

  • 4 points are awarded for a win
  • 2 points are awarded for a draw
  • 0 points are awarded for a loss, however
  • 1 losing (bonus) point is awarded to a team that loses a match by 7 points or fewer
  • 1 additional (bonus) point is awarded to a team scoring 4 tries or more in a match.

Participating teams and locationsEdit

Eleven of the teams listed below participated in the 2018–19 National League 2 South season. The 2018–19 champions Rams and play-off winners Canterbury, who won the promotion play-off against Chester, were promoted into the 2019–20 National League 1, while Esher were relegated into the division from the 2018–19 National League 1.[5][6][7] Sides relegated from the 2018–19 National League 2 South included Birmingham & Solihull (to Greater Birmingham Merit Leagues), Guernsey (London & South East Premier) and London Irish Wild Geese (South West Premier).[8][9][10] In the case of Birmingham & Solihull, they had initially been supposed to drop to Midlands Premier but on further reflection decided to become an amateur club and drop out of the league system.[11]

The promoted teams are Bournemouth who come up as champions of South West Premier while Sutton & Epsom (champions) and Westcliff (play-off) came up from London & South East Premier.[12][13][14] Leicester Lions were level transferred into the division from National League 2 North in order to address an imbalance of teams in National 2, with Rams and Canterbury being promoted and only Esher dropping down from National League 1. Although there were several candidates for the level-transfer in the end Leicester Lions were deemed the most suitable due to being the most southerly club in a central position, making access to both the south-east and south-west more straightforward than alternatives such as Luctonians.

TablesEdit

Fixture & ResultsEdit

Round 1Edit

7 September 2019
14:30
(1 BP) Clifton 34 – 31 Barnes (2 BP)
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 221
Referee: Philip Hallsworth
7 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Henley Hawks 46 – 5 Sutton & Epsom
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 325
Referee: Hamish Grant
7 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Old Albanian 38 – 19 Bury St Edmunds
Report
Woollam's Playing Fields
Attendance: 320
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney
7 September 2019
15:00
Redruth 10 – 8 Esher (1 BP)
Report
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 535[c]
Referee: James Milliner-Woodcock
7 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Taunton Titans 49 – 12 Bournemouth
Report
Towergate Stadium
Attendance: 400
Referee: Adam Wookey
7 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Tonbridge Juddians 41 – 12 Leicester Lions
Report
The Slade
Attendance: 170
Referee: Richard Haughton
7 September 2019
15:00
(2 BP) Westcliff 24 – 25 Dings Crusaders
Report
The Gables
Attendance: 200
Referee: Jack Sutton
7 September 2019
15:00
Worthing Raiders 27 – 20 Old Redcliffians (1 BP)
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 481
Referee: Alan Chandrachud

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Round 2Edit

14 September 2019
14:00
(1 BP) Leicester Lions 38 – 7 Old Albanian
Report
Westleigh Park
Attendance: 158
Referee: Carl Adams
14 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Barnes 34 – 61 Esher (1 BP)
Report
Barn Elms
Attendance: 181
Referee: Ben Wilde
14 September 2019
15:00
Bournemouth 24 – 37 Worthing Raiders (1 BP)
Report
Chapel Gate
Attendance: 363
Referee: James Milliner-Woodcock
14 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Bury St Edmunds 53 – 17 Westcliff
Report
The Haberden
Attendance: 431
Referee: Matt Sharpe
14 September 2019
15:00
Dings Crusaders 10 – 33 Clifton
Report
Shaftesbury Park
Attendance: 1,076[d]
Referee: Adam Wookey
14 September 2019
15:00
Old Redcliffians 0 – 50 Henley Hawks (1 BP)
Report
Scotland Lane
Attendance: 126
Referee: Ieuan Davies
14 September 2019
15:00
Sutton & Epsom 14 – 74 Tonbridge Juddians (1 BP)
Report
Rugby Lane
Attendance: 280
Referee: Luke Davies
14 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Taunton Titans 29 – 12 Redruth
Report
Towergate Stadium
Attendance: 480[19]
Referee: Neil Sweeney

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Round 3Edit

21 September 2019
14:30
Clifton 18 – 14 Bury St Edmunds (1 BP)
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 107
Referee: James Milliner-Woodcock
21 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Esher 54 – 26 Dings Crusaders (1 BP)
Report
Molesey Road
Attendance: 475
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney
21 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Henley Hawks 66 – 24 Bournemouth (1 BP)
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 441
Referee: Benjamin Wilde
21 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Old Albanian 43 – 18 Sutton & Epsom
Report
Woollam's Playing Fields
Attendance: 327
Referee: Dan Parrott
21 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Redruth 10 – 12 Barnes
Report
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 485
Referee: Iain Kiy
21 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Tonbridge Juddians 46 – 17 Old Redcliffians
Report
The Slade
Attendance: 157
Referee: Ieuan Davies
21 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Westcliff 12 – 19 Leicester Lions
Report
The Gables
Attendance: 204
Referee: Sam Phillips
21 September 2019
15:00
(2 BP) Worthing Raiders 42 – 46 Taunton Titans (1 BP)
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 609
Referee: Hamish Grant

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Round 4Edit

28 September 2019
14:00
(1 BP) Leicester Lions 39 – 20 Clifton
Report
Westleigh Park
Attendance: 139
Referee: Carl Adams
28 September 2019
14:00
Worthing Raiders 19 – 30 Redruth (1 BP)
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 425
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney
28 September 2019
15:00
Bournemouth 10 – 49 Tonbridge Juddians (1 BP)
Chapel Gate
Attendance: 150
Referee: Benjamin Russell
28 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Bury St Edmunds 24 – 14 Esher
The Haberden
Attendance: 412
Referee: Luke Davies
28 September 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Dings Crusaders 34 – 15 Barnes
Report
Shaftesbury Park
Attendance: 438[e]
Referee: Daniel Rowlands
28 September 2019
15:00
Old Redcliffians 21 – 8 Old Albanian
Scotland Lane
Attendance: 120
Referee: Iain Kiy
28 September 2019
15:00
Sutton & Epsom 21 – 17 Westcliff (1 BP)
Report
Rugby Lane
Attendance: 157
Referee: James Clarke
28 September 2019
15:00
Taunton Titans 25 – 17 Henley Hawks
Report
Towergate Stadium
Attendance: 410
Referee: James Milliner-Woodcock

[22]


Round 5Edit

5 October 2019
14:30
(1 BP) Clifton 38 – 31 Sutton & Epsom (2 BP)
Station Road
Attendance: 101
Referee: Neil Sweeney
5 October 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Barnes 10 – 12 Bury St Edmunds
Barn Elms
Attendance: 169
Referee: Daniel Collins
5 October 2019
15:00
Esher 16 – 12 Leicester Lions (1 BP)
Molesey Road
Attendance: 235
Referee: Jack Sutton
5 October 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Henley Hawks 63 – 7 Worthing Raiders
Dry Leas
Attendance: 335
Referee: Nick Wood
5 October 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Old Albanian 39 – 14 Bournemouth
Woollam's Playing Fields
Attendance: 314
Referee: James Clarke
5 October 2019
15:00
Redruth 26 – 23 Dings Crusaders (1 BP)
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 548
Referee: James Milliner-Woodcock
5 October 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Tonbridge Juddians 68 – 31 Taunton Titans (1 BP)
The Slade
Attendance: 256
Referee: Sam Phillips
5 October 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Westcliff 18 – 23 Old Redcliffians
The Gables
Attendance: 262
Referee: Hamish Grant

[23]


Round 6Edit

12 October 2019
14:00
Leicester Lions 21 – 9 Barnes
Westleigh Park
Attendance: 154
Referee: Benjamin Davis
12 October 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Bournemouth 39 – 12 Westcliff
Chapel Lane
Attendance: 276
Referee: Samuel Phillips
12 October 2019
15:00
Bury St Edmunds 17 – 10 Dings Crusaders (1 BP)
The Haberden
Attendance: 345
Referee: Jack Sutton
12 October 2019
15:00
Henley Hawks 20 – 20 Redruth
Dry Leas
Attendance: 295
Referee: Neil Sweeney
12 October 2019
15:00
Old Redcliffians 15 – 31 Clifton (1 BP)
Scotland Lane
Attendance: 222
Referee: Iain Kiy
12 October 2019
15:00
Sutton & Epsom 6 – 38 Esher (1 BP)
Rugby Lane
Attendance: 327
Referee: Hamish Grant
12 October 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Taunton Titans 38 – 36 Old Albanian (2 BP)
Towergate Stadium
Attendance: 320
Referee: Andrew Wigley
12 October 2019
15:00
Worthing Raiders 10 – 45 Tonbridge Juddians (1 BP)
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 373
Referee: Daniel Collins

[24]


Round 7Edit

19 October 2019
14:00
(1 BP) Redruth 35 – 28 Bury St Edmunds (1 BP)
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 515
Referee: Benjamin Russell
19 October 2019
14:30
(1 BP) Clifton 28 – 15 Bournemouth
Station Road
Attendance: 106
Referee: Alan Chandrachud
19 October 2019
15:00
Barnes 25 – 41 Sutton & Epsom (1 BP)
Barn Elms
Attendance: 229
Referee: Benjamin Wilde
19 October 2019
15:00
(2 BP) Dings Crusaders 27 – 29 Leicester Lions (1 BP)
Shaftesbury Park
Attendance: 384
Referee: Andrew Wigley
19 October 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Esher 30 – 26 Old Redcliffians (2 BP)
Molesey Road
Attendance: 427
Referee: Luke Davies
19 October 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Old Albanian 54 – 17 Worthing Raiders
Woollam's Playing Fields
Attendance: 327
Referee: Jack Sutton
19 October 2019
15:00
Tonbridge Juddians 15 – 27 Henley Hawks (1 BP)
The Slade
Attendance: 221
Referee: Daniel Collins
19 October 2019
15:00
Westcliff 27 – 54 Taunton Titans (1 BP)
The Gables
Attendance: 204
Referee: Calum Howard

[25]


Round 8Edit

25 October 2019
19:45
(1 BP) Taunton Titans 35 – 27 Clifton (1 BP)
Towergate Stadium
Attendance: 485
Referee: Hamish Grant
26 October 2019
14:00
Leicester Lions 17 – 0 Bury St Edmunds
Westleigh Park
Attendance: 131
Referee: Carl Adams
26 October 2019
14:00
Tonbridge Juddians 13 – 7 Redruth (1 BP)
The Slade
Attendance: 165
Referee: Luke Davies
26 October 2019
15:00
Bournemouth 7 – 24 Esher
Chapel Lane
Attendance: 240
Referee: James Clarke
26 October 2019
15:00
Henley Hawks 25 – 18 Old Albanian (1 BP)
Dry Leas
Attendance: 246
Referee: Iain Kiy
26 October 2019
15:00
Old Redcliffians 21 – 17 Barnes (1 BP)
Scotland Lane
Attendance: 130
Referee: James Milliner-Woodcock
26 October 2019
15:00
Sutton & Epsom 7 – 15 Dings Crusaders
Rugby Lane
Attendance: 161
Referee: Jack Sutton
26 October 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Worthing Raiders 15 – 19 Westcliff
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 308
Referee: Alan Chandrachud

[26]


Round 9Edit

2 November 2019
14:30
(1 BP) Barnes 41 – 17 Bournemouth
Barn Elms
Attendance: 250
Referee: Alan Chandrachud
2 November 2019
14:30
Clifton 10 – 24 Worthing Raiders (1 BP)
Station Road
Attendance: 102
Referee: Adam Wookey
2 November 2019
14:30
Redruth 20 – 7 Leicester Lions
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 656
Referee: Iain Kiy
2 November 2019
14:30
Westcliff 15 – 26 Henley Hawks (1 BP)
The Gables
Attendance: 248
Referee: Hamish Grant
2 November 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Bury St Edmunds 33 – 0 Sutton & Epsom
The Haberden
Attendance: 305
Referee: Ieuan Davies
2 November 2019
15:00
Dings Crusaders 17 – 5 Old Redcliffians
Shaftesbury Park
Attendance: 849
Referee: Charles Gayther
2 November 2019
15:00
Esher 10 – 8 Taunton Titans (1 BP)
Molesey Road
Attendance: 512
Referee: Benjamin Wilde
2 November 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Old Albanian 9 – 12 Tonbridge Juddians
Woollam's Playing Fields
Attendance: 317
Referee: Veryan Boscawen

[27]


Round 10Edit

9 November 2019
14:00
(1 BP) Bournemouth 26 – 33 Dings Crusaders (1 BP)
Chapel Gate
Attendance: 144
Referee: Samuel Phillips
9 November 2019
14:00
Worthing Raiders 20 – 15 Esher (1 BP)
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 301
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney
9 November 2019
14:30
Old Redcliffians P – P Bury St Edmunds
Scotland Lane
  • Postponed due to unplayable pitch caused by bad weather (rain). Game to be rescheduled for 22 February 2020.
9 November 2019
14:30
(1 BP) Tonbridge Juddians 42 – 5 Westcliff
The Slade
Attendance: 178
Referee: Calum Howard
9 November 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Henley Hawks 17 – 20 Clifton
Dry Leas
Attendance: 250
Referee: Jack Sutton
9 November 2019
15:00
Old Albanian 5 – 30 Redruth (1 BP)
Woollam's Playing Fields
Attendance: 188
Referee: Ieaun Davies
9 November 2019
15:00
Sutton & Epsom 7 – 23 Leicester Lions
Rugby Lane
Attendance: 147
Referee: Veryan Boscawen
9 November 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Taunton Titans 48 – 19 Barnes
Towergate Stadium
Attendance: 405
Referee: Matthew Sharp

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Round 11Edit

16 November 2019
14:00
(1 BP) Leicester Lions 27 – 7 Old Redcliffians
Westleigh Park
Attendance: 118
Referee: Ieuan Davies
16 November 2019
14:30
(2 BP) Barnes 31 – 32 Worthing Raiders (1 BP)
Barn Elms
Attendance: 179
Referee: Sam Phillips
16 November 2019
14:30
Clifton 23 – 22 Tonbridge Juddians (1 BP)
Station Road
Attendance: 112
Referee: Benjamin Davis
16 November 2019
14:30
(1 BP) Redruth 49 – 12 Sutton & Epsom
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 560
Referee: Alan Chandrachud
16 November 2019
14:30
(1 BP) Westcliff 17 – 19 Old Albanian
The Gables
Attendance: 238
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney
16 November 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Bury St Edmunds 47 – 12 Bournemouth
The Haberden
Attendance: 417
Referee: Luke Davies
16 November 2019
15:00
Dings Crusaders 27 – 45 Taunton Titans (1 BP)
Shaftesbury Park
Attendance: 349
Referee: James Milliner-Woodcock
16 November 2019
15:00
Esher 13 – 34 Henley Hawks (1 BP)
Molesey Road
Attendance: 524
Referee: Veryan Boscawen

[29]


Round 12Edit

23 November 2019
14:00
(1 BP) Bournemouth 16 – 17 Leicester Lions
Chapel Gate
Attendance: 217
Referee: Adam Wookey
23 November 2019
14:00
(1 BP) Westcliff 24 – 19 Redruth (1 BP)
The Gables
Attendance: 317
Referee: Daniel Collins
23 November 2019
14:00
(1 BP) Worthing Raiders 32 – 10 Dings Crusaders
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 345
Referee: Jonathan Cook
23 November 2019
14:30
Old Redcliffians 10 – 10 Sutton & Epsom
Scotland Lane
Attendance: 150
Referee: Jack Sutton
23 November 2019
14:30
Tonbridge Juddians 17 – 11 Esher (1 BP)
The Slade
Attendance: 227
Referee: Alan Chandrachud
23 November 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Henley Hawks 34 – 22 Barnes
Dry Leas
Attendance: 295
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney
23 November 2019
15:00
Old Albanian 7 – 43 Clifton (1 BP)
Woollam's Playing Fields
Attendance: 268
Referee: Andrew Wigley
23 November 2019
15:00
Taunton Titans 22 – 15 Bury St Edmunds
Towergate Stadium
Attendance: 352
Referee: Charles Gayther

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Round 13Edit

30 November 2019
14:00
Leicester Lions 12 – 6 Taunton Titans (1 BP)
Westleigh Park
Attendance: 127
Referee: James Clarke
30 November 2019
14:30
Barnes 12 – 32 Tonbridge Juddians (1 BP)
Barn Elms
Attendance: 209
Referee: Jack Sutton
30 November 2019
14:30
(1 BP) Clifton 59 – 14 Westcliff
Station Road
Attendance: 121
Referee: Lloyd Davies
30 November 2019
14:30
Redruth 13 – 0 Old Redcliffians
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 505
Referee: Neil Sweeney
30 November 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Bury St Edmunds 36 – 31 Worthing Raiders (2 BP)
The Haberden
Attendance: 417
Referee: Daniel Rowlands
30 November 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Dings Crusaders 27 – 36 Henley Hawks (1 BP)
Shaftesbury Park
Attendance: 316
Referee: Matthew Astle
30 November 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Esher 31 – 20 Old Albanian
Molesey Road
Attendance: 646
Referee: Daniel Collins
30 November 2019
15:00
Sutton & Epsom A – A[f] Bournemouth
Rugby Lane
Attendance: 210[g]
Referee: Calum Howard
  • Abandoned after 60 minutes due to power cut. Game eventually rescheduled for 22 February 2020.

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Round 14Edit

7 December 2019
14:00
Bournemouth 24 – 23 Old Redcliffians (1 BP)
Chapel Gate
Attendance: 253
Referee: Adam Wookey
7 December 2019
14:00
Westcliff 22 – 17 Esher (1 BP)
The Gables
Attendance: 438
Referee: Ben Wilde
7 December 2019
14:00
Worthing Raiders 27 – 23 Leicester Lions (1 BP)
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 442
Referee: Neil Sweeney
7 December 2019
14:30
(2 BP) Clifton 30 – 35 Redruth (1 BP)
Station Road
Attendance: 134
Referee: Brian Ravenhill
7 December 2019
14:30
(1 BP) Tonbridge Juddians 38 – 5 Dings Crusaders
The Slade
Attendance: 157
Referee: Joe James
7 December 2019
15:00
Henley Hawks 21 – 18 Bury St Edmunds (1 BP)
Dry Leas
Attendance: 278
Referee: George Richardson
7 December 2019
15:00
(2 BP) Old Albanian 24 – 26 Barnes (1 BP)
Woollam's Playing Fields
Attendance: 152
Referee: Dan Parrott
7 December 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Sutton & Epsom 12 – 15 Taunton Titans
Rugby Lane
Attendance: 157
Referee: Jack LeFeuvre

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Round 15Edit

14 December 2019
14:00
(1 BP) Barnes 34 – 27 Westcliff (1 BP)
Barn Elms
Attendance: 189
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney
14 December 2019
14:00
(1 BP) Leicester Lions 10 – 14 Henley Hawks
Westleigh Park
Attendance: 149
Referee: Owen Taylor
14 December 2019
14:00
Old Redcliffians 5 – 33 Taunton Titans (1 BP)
Scotland Lane
Attendance: 119
Referee: James Milliner
14 December 2019
14:00
Redruth 17 – 10 Bournemouth (1 BP)
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 504
Referee: Lloyd Davies
14 December 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Bury St Edmunds 13 – 17 Tonbridge Juddians
The Haberden
Attendance: 353
Referee: Andrew Smith
14 December 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Dings Crusaders 22 – 20 Old Albanian (2 BP)
Shaftesbury Park
Attendance: 379
Referee: Matthew Sharpe
14 December 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Esher 32 – 26 Clifton (2 BP)
Molesey Road
Attendance: 358
Referee: Ben Rayner
14 December 2019
15:00
(2 BP) Sutton & Epsom 24 – 30 Worthing Raiders (1 BP)
Rugby Lane
Attendance: 263
Referee: Tom Bird

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Round 16Edit

21 December 2019
14:00
Redruth 26 – 20 Taunton Titans (1 BP)
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 920
Referee: Adam Wookey
21 December 2019
14:00
Westcliff 15 – 36 Bury St Edmunds (1 BP)
The Gables
Attendance: 311
Referee: Neil Sweeney
21 December 2019
14:00
(1 BP) Worthing Raiders 43 – 24 Bournemouth (1 BP)
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 562
Referee: Samuel Phillips
21 December 2019
14:30
(1 BP) Clifton 31 – 21 Dings Crusaders
Station Road
Attendance: 441
Referee: James Clarke
21 December 2019
14:30
(1 BP) Tonbridge Juddians 83 – 10 Sutton & Epsom
The Judd School[h]
Attendance: 0[36]
Referee: Daniel Collins
21 December 2019
15:00
Esher P – P Barnes
Molesey Road
  • Postponed due to unplayable pitch caused by heavy rain. Game to be rescheduled for 21 February 2020.[37]
21 December 2019
15:00
(1 BP) Henley Hawks 31 – 19 Old Redcliffians
Dry Leas
Attendance: 427
Referee: Luke Davies
21 December 2019
15:00
Old Albanian P – P Leicester Lions
Woollam's Playing Fields
  • Postponed due to unplayable pitch caused by heavy rain. Game to be rescheduled for 22 February 2020.[38]

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Round 17Edit

4 January 2020
14:00
Barnes 17 – 26 Redruth
Barn Elms
Attendance: 129
Referee: Neil Sweeney
4 January 2020
14:00
(1 BP) Bournemouth 20 – 26 Henley Hawks
Chapel Gate
Attendance: 189
Referee: Benjamin Russell
4 January 2020
14:00
(1 BP) Leicester Lions 45 – 10 Westcliff
Westleigh Park
Attendance: 123
Referee: Daniel Woods
4 January 2020
14:00
Old Redcliffians 10 – 21 Tonbridge Juddians
Scotland Lane
Attendance: 227
Referee: James Milliner
4 January 2020
15:00
Bury St Edmunds 24 – 22 Clifton (1 BP)
The Harberden
Attendance: 371
Referee: Matthew Sharpe
4 January 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Dings Crusaders 45 – 33 Esher (1 BP)
Shaftesbury Park
Attendance: 347
Referee: Iain Kiy
4 January 2020
15:00
Sutton & Epsom 22 – 55 Old Albanian (1 BP)
Rugby Lane
Attendance: 187
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney
4 January 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Taunton Titans 40 – 32 Worthing Raiders (1 BP)
Towergate Stadium
Attendance: 446
Referee: Adam Wookey

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Round 18Edit

11 January 2020
14:00
Barnes 22 – 12 Dings Crusaders
Barn Elms
Attendance: 69
Referee: Luke Davies
11 January 2020
14:00
(1 BP) Redruth 25 – 0 Worthing Raiders
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 865
Referee: Iain Kiy
11 January 2020
14:00
Westcliff 21 – 8 Sutton & Epsom
The Gables
Attendance: 247
Referee: Matthew Sharpe
11 January 2020
14:30
Clifton 13 – 39 Leicester Lions (1 BP)
Station Road
Attendance: 112
Referee: Alan Chandrachud
11 January 2020
14:30
(1 BP) Tonbridge Juddians 27 – 7 Bournemouth
The Slade
Attendance: 201
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney
11 January 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Esher 14 – 21 Bury St Edmunds
Molesey Road
Attendance: 673
Referee: Hamish Grant
11 January 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Henley Hawks 33 – 27 Taunton Titans (2 BP)
Dry Leas
Attendance: 410
Referee: Daniel Collins
11 January 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Old Albanian 33 – 3 Old Redcliffians
Woollam's Playing Fields
Attendance: 264
Referee: Tom Bird

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Round 19Edit

18 January 2020
14:00
(1 BP) Bournemouth 26 – 28 Old Albanian
Chapel Gate
Attendance: 244
Referee: Alan Chandrachud
18 January 2020
14:00
(1 BP) Leicester Lions 17 – 20 Esher
Westleigh Park
Attendance: 124
Referee: Elliot Lewis
18 January 2020
14:00
(1 BP) Old Redcliffians 26 – 38 Westcliff (1 BP)
Scotland Lane
Attendance: 138
Referee: James Milliner-Woodcock
18 January 2020
14:00
Worthing Raiders 7 – 33 Henley Hawks (1 BP)
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 342
Referee: Veryan Boscawen
18 January 2020
15:00
(2 BP) Bury St Edmunds 34 – 36 Barnes (1 BP)
The Haberden
Attendance: 447
Referee: Matthew Sharpe
18 January 2020
15:00
Dings Crusaders 8 – 37 Redruth (1 BP)
Shaftesbury Park
Attendance: 416
Referee: Max Weston
18 January 2020
15:00
Sutton & Epsom 7 – 27 Clifton (1 BP)
Rugby Lane
Attendance: 163
Referee: Lloyd Davies
18 January 2020
15:00
Taunton Titans 20 – 5 Tonbridge Juddians
Towergate Stadium
Attendance: 582
Referee: Benjamin Russell

[42]


Round 20Edit

25 January 2020
14:00
Barnes 9 – 30 Leicester Lions
Barn Elms
Attendance: 209
Referee: Neil Sweeney
25 January 2020
14:00
(1 BP) Redruth 33 – 20 Henley Hawks
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 890
Referee: Andrew Wigley
25 January 2020
14:00
(1 BP) Westcliff 20 – 20 Bournemouth (1 BP)
The Gables
Attendance: 359
Referee: Samuel Phillips
25 January 2020
14:30
(1 BP) Clifton 41 – 11 Old Redcliffians
Station Lane
Attendance: 112
Referee: Adam Wookey
25 January 2020
14:30
(1 BP) Tonbridge Juddians 41 – 14 Worthing Raiders
The Slade
Attendance: 163
Referee: Callum Howard
25 January 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Dings Crusaders 24 – 36 Bury St Edmunds (1 BP)
Shaftesbury Park
Attendance: 247
Referee: Ben Rayner
25 January 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Esher 39 – 19 Sutton & Epsom
Molesey Road
Attendance: 697
Referee: Hamish Grant
25 January 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Old Albanian 22 – 23 Taunton Titans
Woollam's Playing Fields
Attendance: 212
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney

[43]


Round 21Edit

1 February 2020
14:00
Bournemouth 17 – 43 Clifton (1 BP)
Chapel Gate
Attendance: 264
Referee: Samuel Phillips
1 February 2020
14:00
Bury St Edmunds 17 – 33 Redruth (1 BP)
The Haberden
Attendance: 373
Referee: Daniel Collins
1 February 2020
14:00
Leicester Lions 17 – 15 Dings Crusaders (1 BP)
Westleigh Park
Attendance: 141
Referee: Peter Caunt
1 February 2020
14:00
(2 BP) Worthing Raiders 29 – 30 Old Albanian (1 BP)
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 389
Referee: Alan Chandrachud
1 February 2020
14:30
(1 BP) Henley Hawks 17 – 18 Tonbridge Juddians
Dry Leas
Attendance: 733
Referee: Veryan Boscawen
1 February 2020
14:30
Old Redcliffians 25 – 25 Esher (1 BP)
Scotland Lane
Attendance: 98
Referee: Lloyd Davies
1 February 2020
15:00
Sutton & Epsom 23 – 17 Barnes (1 BP)
Rugby Lane
Attendance: 204
Referee: Benjamin Wilde
1 February 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Taunton Titans 43 – 10 Westcliff
Towergate Stadium
Attendance: 422
Referee: James Milliner-Woodcock

[44]


Round 22Edit

7 February 2020
19:45
Clifton 10 – 36 Taunton Titans (1 BP)
Station Road
Attendance: 223
Referee: Andrew Wigley
8 February 2020
14:00
Redruth 14 – 3 Tonbridge Juddians
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 845
Referee: Alan Chandrachud
8 February 2020
14:30
(1 BP) Barnes 29 – 10 Old Redcliffians
Barn Elms
Attendance: 193
Referee: Daniel Rowlands
8 February 2020
14:30
(2 BP) Westcliff 29 – 34 Worthing Raiders (1 BP)
The Gables
Attendance: 173
Referee: Ben Wilde
8 February 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Bury St Edmunds 29 – 28 Leicester Lions (2 BP)
The Haberden
Attendance: 311
Referee: Matthew Sharpe
8 February 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Dings Crusaders 39 – 21 Sutton & Epsom
Shaftesbury Park
Attendance: 276
Referee: Benjamin Russell
8 February 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Esher 40 – 7 Bournemouth
Molesey Road
Attendance: 284
Referee: Calum Howard
8 February 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Old Albanian 16 – 20 Henley Hawks
Woollam's Playing Fields
Attendance: 327
Referee: Jonathan Cook

[45]


Round 23Edit

15 February 2020
14:00
Bournemouth P – P Barnes
Chapel Gate
  • Postponed. Game to be rescheduled for 14 March 2020.
15 February 2020
14:00
Leicester Lions P – P Redruth
Westleigh Park
  • Postponed. Game to be rescheduled for 14 March 2020.
15 February 2020
14:00
Worthing Raiders 10 – 24 Clifton (1 BP)
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 245
Referee: Neil Sweeney
15 February 2020
14:30
Old Redcliffians P – P Dings Crusaders
Scotland Lane
  • Postponed. Game to be rescheduled for 14 March 2020.
15 February 2020
14:30
Tonbridge Juddians 26 – 24 Old Albanian (1 BP)
The Slade
Attendance: 109
Referee: Ben Wilde
15 February 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Henley Hawks 29 – 5 Westcliff
Dry Leas
Attendance: 210
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney
15 February 2020
15:00
Sutton & Epsom 12 – 34 Bury St Edmunds (1 BP)
Rugby Lane
Attendance: 258
Referee: Calum Howard
15 February 2020
15:00
Taunton Titans P – P Esher
Towergate Stadium
  • Postponed. Game to be rescheduled for 14 March 2020.

[46]


Rounds 10, 13 & 16 (rescheduled games)Edit

21 February 2020
19:30
(1 BP) Esher 34 – 10 Barnes
Molesey Road
Attendance: 478
Referee: Sam Phillips
  • Game rescheduled from 21 December 2019.
22 February 2020
14:30
Old Redcliffians P – P Bury St Edmunds
Scotland Lane
  • Game originally rescheduled from 9 November 2019 but postponed again due to poor weather. Game to be rescheduled for 11 April 2020.
22 February 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Old Albanian 8 – 10 Leicester Lions
Woollam's Playing Fields
Attendance: 316
Referee: Jonathan Cook
  • Game rescheduled from 21 December 2019.
22 February 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Sutton & Epsom 43 – 19 Bournemouth
Rugby Park
Attendance: 176
Referee: Iain Kiy
  • Game rescheduled from 30 November 2019.

[47]


Round 24Edit

29 February 2020
14:00
Leicester Lions P – P Sutton & Epsom
Westleigh Park
  • Postponed due to unplayable pitch caused by heavy rain. Game to be rescheduled for 11 April 2020.
29 February 2020
14:30
Clifton 20 – 10 Henley Hawks
Station Road
Attendance: 220
Referee: Daniel Rowlands
29 February 2020
14:30
Redruth 21 – 12 Old Albanian
Recreation Ground
Attendance: 870
Referee: Charlie Gayther
29 February 2020
14:30
(1 BP) Westcliff 12 – 19 Tonbridge Juddians
The Gables
Attendance: 246
Referee: Matt Sharpe
29 February 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Bury St Edmunds 66 – 22 Old Redcliffians (1 BP)
The Haberden
Attendance: 373
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney
29 February 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Dings Crusaders 51 – 14 Bournemouth
Shaftesbury Park
Attendance: 547
Referee: Neil Sweeney
29 February 2020
15:00
Esher P – P Worthing Raiders
Molesey Road
  • Postponed due to unplayable pitch caused by heavy rain. Game to be rescheduled for 11 April 2020.
29 February 2020
15:30
Barnes 10 – 45 Taunton Titans (1 BP)
The Rock[i]
Attendance: 100
Referee: Samuel Phillips

[48]


Round 25Edit

7 March 2020
14:30
(1 BP) Henley Hawks 46 – 20 Esher
Dry Leas
Attendance: 366
Referee: Alan Chandrachud
7 March 2020
14:30
(1 BP) Old Redcliffians 10 – 13 Leicester Lions
Scotland Lane
Attendance: 50
Referee: Carl Adams
7 March 2020
14:30
(1 BP) Taunton Titans 29 – 22 Dings Crusaders (2 BP)
Towergate Stadium
Attendance: 462
Referee: Iain Kiy
7 March 2020
15:00
Bournemouth 21 – 34 Bury St Edmunds (1 BP)
Chapel Gate
Attendance: 220
Referee: Adam Wookey
7 March 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Old Albanian 10 – 16 Westcliff
Woollam's Playing Fields
Attendance: 274
Referee: Neil Sweeney
7 March 2020
15:00
Sutton & Epsom 22 – 41 Redruth (1 BP)
Rugby Lane
Attendance: 157
Referee: Matthew Sharpe
7 March 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Tonbridge Juddians 36 – 32 Clifton (2 BP)
The Judd School[j]
Attendance: 120
Referee: Benjamin Wilde
7 March 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Worthing Raiders 43 – 30 Barnes (1 BP)
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 435
Referee: Hamish Grant

[50]


Round 23 (rescheduled games)Edit

14 March 2020
14:00
Leicester Lions 15 – 31 Redruth (1 BP)
Westleigh Park
Attendance: 127
Referee: Iain Kiy
  • Game rescheduled from 15 February 2020.
14 March 2020
14:30
Old Redcliffians P – P Dings Crusaders
Scotland Lane
  • Game originally rescheduled from 15 February 2020 but postponed again due a Dings player being potentially exposed to coronavirus. Game to be rescheduled.[51]
14 March 2020
14:30
(1 BP) Taunton Titans 48 – 10 Esher
Towergate Stadium
Attendance: 412
Referee: James Milliner-Woodcock
  • Game rescheduled from 15 February 2020.
14 March 2020
15:00
(1 BP) Bournemouth 14 – 15 Barnes
Chapel Gate
Attendance: 150
Referee: Alan Chandrachud
  • Game rescheduled from 15 February 2020.

[52]


Round 26Edit

21 March 2020
14:00
Leicester Lions C – C Bournemouth
Westleigh Park
21 March 2020
14:00
Redruth C – C Westcliff
Recreation Ground
21 March 2020
14:30
Clifton C – C Old Albanian
Station Road
21 March 2020
15:00
Barnes C – C Henley Hawks
Barn Elms
21 March 2020
15:00
Bury St Edmunds C – C Taunton Titans
The Haberden
21 March 2020
15:00
Dings Crusaders C – C Worthing Raiders
Shaftesbury Park
21 March 2020
15:00
Esher C – C Tonbridge Juddians
Molesey Road
21 March 2020
15:00
Sutton & Epsom C – C Old Redcliffians
Rugby Lane

[53]


Round 27Edit

28 March 2020
15:00
Bournemouth C – C v Sutton & Epsom
Chapel Gate
28 March 2020
15:00
Henley Hawks C – C Dings Crusaders
Dry Leas
28 March 2020
15:00
Old Albanian C – C Esher
Woollam's Playing Fields
28 March 2020
15:00
Old Redcliffians C – C Redruth
Scotland Lane
28 March 2020
15:00
Taunton Titans C – C Leicester Lions
Towergate Stadium
28 March 2020
15:00
Tonbridge Juddians C – C Barnes
The Slade
28 March 2020
15:00
Westcliff C – C Clifton
The Gables
28 March 2020
15:00
Worthing Raiders C – C Bury St Edmunds
Roundstone Lane

[54]


Round 28Edit

4 April 2020
14:00
Leicester Lions C – C Worthing Raiders
Westleigh Park
4 April 2020
15:00
Barnes C – C Old Albanian
Barn Elms
4 April 2020
15:00
Bury St Edmunds C – C Henley Hawks
The Haberden
4 April 2020
15:00
Dings Crusaders C – C Tonbridge Juddians
Shaftesbury Park
4 April 2020
15:00
Esher C – C Westcliff
Molesey Road
4 April 2020
15:00
Old Redcliffians C – C Bournemouth
Scotland Lane
4 April 2020
15:00
Redruth C – C Clifton
Recreation Ground
4 April 2020
15:00
Taunton Titans C – C Sutton & Epsom
Towergate Stadium

Rounds 10 & 24 (rescheduled games)Edit

10 April 2020
15:00
Esher C – C Worthing Raiders
Molesey Road
  • Game rescheduled from 29 February 2020.
11 April 2020
14:00
Leicester Lions C – C Sutton & Epsom
Westleigh Park
  • Game rescheduled from 29 February 2020.
11 April 2020
14:30
Old Redcliffians P – P Bury St Edmunds
Scotland Lane
  • Game rescheduled from 9 November 2019 and then 22 February 2020.

Round 29Edit

18 April 2020
14:30
Clifton C – C Esher
Station Road
18 April 2020
15:00
Bournemouth C – C Redruth
Chapel Gate
18 April 2020
15:00
Henley Hawks C – C Leicester Lions
Dry Leas
18 April 2020
15:00
Old Albanian C – C Dings Crusaders
Woollam's Playing Fields
18 April 2020
15:00
Taunton Titans C – C Old Redcliffians
Towergate Stadium
18 April 2020
15:00
Tonbridge Juddians C – C Bury St Edmunds
The Slade
18 April 2020
15:00
Westcliff C – C Barnes
The Gables
18 April 2020
15:00
Worthing Raiders C – C Sutton & Epsom
Roundstone Lane

Round 30Edit

25 April 2020
15:00
Barnes C – C Clifton
Barn Elms
25 April 2020
15:00
Bournemouth C – C Taunton Titans
Chapel Gate
25 April 2020
15:00
Bury St Edmunds C – C Old Albanian
The Haberden
25 April 2020
15:00
Dings Crusaders C – C Westcliff
Shaftesbury Park
25 April 2020
15:00
Esher C – C Redruth
Molesey Road
25 April 2020
15:00
Leicester Lions C – C Tonbridge Juddians
Westleigh Park
25 April 2020
15:00
Old Redcliffians C – C Worthing Raiders
Scotland Lane
25 April 2020
15:00
Sutton & Epsom C – C Henley Hawks
Rugby Lane

AttendancesEdit

  • Does not include promotion play-off.
Club Home
games
Total Average Highest Lowest % Capacity
Barnes 12 2,106 176 250 69 35%
Bournemouth 12 2,710 226 363 144 15%
Bury St Edmunds 12 4,555 380 447 305 13%
Clifton 13 2,112 162 441 101 6%
Dings Crusaders 12 5,624 469 1,076 247 21%
Esher 11 5,309 483 697 235 14%
Henley Hawks 13 4,611 355 733 210 12%
Leicester Lions 11 1,491 136 158 118 7%
Old Albanian 13 3,606 277 327 152 28%
Old Redcliffians 10 1,380 138 227 50
Redruth 13 8,789 676 920 485 19%
Sutton & Epsom 13 2,637 203 327 147
Taunton Titans 12 5,176 431 582 320 22%
Tonbridge Juddians 13 2,124 163 256 0 12%
Westcliff 13 3,447 265 438 173 27%
Worthing Raiders 13 5,257 404 609 245 27%

Individual statisticsEdit

  • Note that points scorers includes tries as well as conversions, penalties and drop goals.

Season recordsEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Tonbridge Juddians home game against Sutton & Epsom on 21 December 2019 was a closed game due to flooding making it unsafe for spectators.[1]
  2. ^ Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom the promotion playoff game between the runners up of National League 2 South and the 2019–20 National League 2 North was cancelled and the winners were determined on final points tally. Tonbridge Juddians with 117.02 points were promoted ahead of Fylde with 107.88.
  3. ^ Rugby Statbunker gives an attendance of 505 for the Redruth v Esher game on 7 September 2019, while The Rugby Paper give a figure of 535. The Rugby Paper figure is correct as it is backed up by Redruth RFC official match report.[16]
  4. ^ Rugby Statbunker gives an attendance of just 426 for Dings Crusaders v Clifton on 14 September 2019, while The Rugby Paper give a figure of 1,076. The Rugby Paper figure is correct as it is backed up by Dings Crusaders official match report.[18]
  5. ^ Rugby Statbunker gives an attendance of 320 for Dings Crusaders v Barnes on 28 September 2019, while The Rugby Paper give a figure of 438. As Rugby Statbunker has tended to underestimate the Dings attendances, The Rugby Paper figure is used instead.
  6. ^ The Sutton & Epsom v Bournemouth game was abandoned after 60 minutes with the score at 20 - 15 to Sutton & Epsom due to local power cut causing failure to floodlights. Game to be replayed.[31][32]
  7. ^ Sutton & Epsom's attendance of 210 against Bournemouth on 30 November 2019 will not be counted towards their final attendance due to the game being abandoned and later rescheduled. The rescheduled game's figure on 22 February 2020 will be used instead.
  8. ^ Due to flooding Tonbridge Juddians home game against Sutton & Espom on 21 September 2019 was held at Juddians 3G training ground at The Judd School.[1]
  9. ^ Due to flooding of Barn Elms, Barnes game against Taunton Titans on 29 February 2020 was instead held at The Rock, the home ground of Rosslyn Park, with kickoff moved from 14:30 to 15:30.
  10. ^ Due to unplayable pitch at The Slade, Tonbridge Juddians home game against Clifton on 7 March 2020 was held at Juddians 3G training ground at The Judd School.[49]
  11. ^ Tonbridge Juddians home game against Sutton & Epsom on 21 December 2019 was a closed game due to flooding making it unsafe for spectators.[1]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d "Terrific TJs end year on high as they run in 13". The RugbyPaper (588). 22 December 2019. p. 34.
  2. ^ "Greene King IPA Championship games postponed". Green King Championship. Retrieved 17 March 2020.
  3. ^ "RFU". www.championshiprugby.co.uk. Retrieved 2020-03-20.
  4. ^ "RFU reveal promotion and relegation from National Leagues". Talking Rugby Union. 4 April 2020.
  5. ^ "Rams wrap up the title in fine style at Clifton". The RugbyPaper (551). 7 April 2019. pp. 34–35.
  6. ^ "Canterbury 19-10 Chester". Kent Sports News. 4 May 2019.
  7. ^ "Esher denied their great escape despite triumph". The RugbyPaper (554). 28 April 2019. pp. 26–27.
  8. ^ "Loss at Rams finally consigns Bees to the drop". Birmingham & Solihull RFC (Pitchero). 16 April 2019.
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  10. ^ "Wild Geese relegated but Bees and Guernsey still fighting". Talking Rugby Union. 1 April 2018.
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  14. ^ "Westcliff Rugby Club secure promotion after big win in play-off final". Echo News. 30 April 2019.
  15. ^ FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS 2019/20
  16. ^ "REDRUTH 10 - 8 ESHER". Redruth Rugby. 7 September 2019.
  17. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (573). 8 September 2019. pp. 30–31 & 35.
  18. ^ "DERBY DEFEAT FOR DINGS". Dings Crusaders RFC (Pitchero). 14 September 2019.
  19. ^ The Rugby Paper gives an attendance of just 212 for Taunton Titans v Redruth on 14 September 2019, while Rugby Statbunker gives 500. From speaking to Taunton officials it seems the Rugby Statbunker figure is closer, with 480 being the actual attendance.
  20. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (574). 15 September 2019. pp. 36–37 & 39.
  21. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (575). 22 September 2019. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  22. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (576). 29 September 2019. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  23. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (577). 5 October 2019. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  24. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (578). 13 October 2019. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  25. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (579). 20 October 2019. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  26. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (580). 27 October 2019. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  27. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (581). 3 November 2019. pp. 40–41 & 43.
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  29. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (583). 17 November 2019. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  30. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (584). 24 November 2019. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  31. ^ "Power cuts short relegation battle". The RugbyPaper (585). 1 December 2019. p. 35.
  32. ^ "Clash between Sutton & Epsom and Bournemouth came to a premature end on Saturday due to power failure". Bournemouth RFC (Pitchero). 2 December 2019.
  33. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (585). 1 December 2019. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  34. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (586). 8 December 2019. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  35. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (587). 15 December 2019. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  36. ^ Tonbridge Juddians home game against Sutton & Epsom on 21 December 2019 was a closed game due to flooding making it unsafe for spectators.[1]
  37. ^ "Esher 1st XV v Barnes - Game Postponed however Christmas Lunch is still on!". Esher Rugby. 21 December 2019.
  38. ^ "21/12/2019 - 1ST XV VS LEICESTER LIONS POSTPONED". OA Rugby. 20 December 2019.
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  40. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (590). 5 January 2020. pp. 26–27 & 33.
  41. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (591). 12 January 2020. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  42. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (592). 19 January 2020. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  43. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (593). 26 January 2020. pp. 34–35 & 40.
  44. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (594). 2 February 2020. pp. 33–34 & 39.
  45. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (595). 9 February 2020. pp. 26–27 & 33.
  46. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (596). 16 February 2020. pp. 32–33 & 37.
  47. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (597). 23 February 2020. pp. 32 & 39.
  48. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (598). 1 March 2020. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  49. ^ "Drying Out? We Hope So". Tonbridge Juddians RFC. 5 March 2020.
  50. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (599). 8 March 2020. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  51. ^ "POSTPONED - OLD REDCLIFFIANS RFC VS DINGS CRUSADERS RFC". Old Redcliffians RFC (Pitchero). 13 March 2020.
  52. ^ a b c "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (600). 15 March 2020. pp. 23 & 28.
  53. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (601). 22 March 2020. pp. 34–35 & 39.
  54. ^ "National League 2 South". The RugbyPaper (602). 29 March 2020. pp. 34–35 & 39.

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