Devon League 1

Devon League 1 (known as Tribute Devon League 1 for sponsorship reasons), is an English level nine, rugby union league for clubs based in Devon (and sometimes includes one Cornish club — St Columba & Torpoint). The champions are promoted to Cornwall/Devon and the runner-up, plays the second team from Cornwall League 1, with the winning team gaining promotion. Up until the end of the 2017-18 season, teams were relegated to Devon League 2 but since that league has been abolished there is currently no relegation.

Tribute Devon League 1
Current season or competition:
2019–20 Tribute Devon League 1
SportRugby union
Instituted1987; 34 years ago (1987)
Number of teams12
Country England
HoldersWithycombe (2nd title) (2019–20)
(promoted to Cornwall/Devon)
Most titlesSouth Molton (4 titles)
WebsiteTribute Devon 1

Each year a team from Devon League 1 is picked to take part in the RFU Junior Vase - a national cup competition for clubs at levels 9-12.

FormatEdit

The season runs from September to April and comprises twenty-six rounds of matches, with each club playing each of its rivals, home and away. 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.

The top two teams are promoted to Western Counties West and the bottom three teams are relegated to either Cornwall One or Devon One depending on their location.

2021–22Edit

Participating clubs and locationsEdit

2020–21Edit

Due to the ongoing pandemic, the 2020–21 season was cancelled.

2019–20Edit

Participating clubs and locationsEdit

2018–19Edit

Participating clubs and locationsEdit

2017–18Edit

Participating clubs and locationsEdit

2016–17Edit

Participating clubs and locationsEdit

Team Ground Capacity Town/Village Previous season
Exeter Saracens Exhibition Fields, Summer Lane Whipton, Exeter, Devon Relegated from Cornwall/Devon (12th)
Ilfracombe Brimlands Ilfracombe Promoted from Devon 2 (champions)
New Cross Five Lanes Pitch, Strap Lane[9] Kingsteignton 4th
North Tawton Taw Meadow North Tawton 5th
South Molton Station Road South Molton 6th
Torrington Donnacroft Torrington Promoted from Devon 2 (runner-up)
Totnes Borough Park[10] Totnes 7th
Wessex Flowerpot Playing Fields Exeter[11] 3rd

League tableEdit

2016–17 Devon 1 League Table[12]
Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Difference Try bonus Loss bonus Points
1 Wessex (P) 14 11 2 1 356 199 157 7 1 56
2 Torrington (P) 14 9 0 5 256 214 42 2 3 41
3 South Molton 14 7 1 6 255 230 25 4 4 39
4 New Cross 14 7 1 6 263 229 34 4 2 36
5 Totnes 14 6 0 8 243 256 −13 3 4 31
6 Exeter Saracens 14 6 0 8 295 299 −4 8 3 30
7 North Tawton 14 6 0 8 255 243 12 1 3 28
8 Ilfracombe 14 2 0 12 161 414 −253 2 2 12
  • If teams are level at any stage, tiebreakers are applied in the following order:
  1. Number of matches won
  2. Difference between points for and against
  3. Total number of points for
  4. Aggregate number of points scored in matches between tied teams
  5. Number of matches won excluding the first match, then the second and so on until the tie is settled
Green background is the promotion place. Blue background is the play-off place. Pink background are relegation places.
Updated: 21 April 2017

Promotion play-offEdit

Each season, the runners-up of Cornwall 1 and Devon 1, usually participate in a play-off for promotion to Cornwall/Devon. Newquay Hornets declined to play the match and Torrington were promoted.

2015–16Edit

Participating clubs and locationsEdit

Team Ground Capacity Town/Village Previous season
New Cross Abbrook Park Kingsteignton[13] 6th
North Tawton Taw Meadow North Tawton Promoted from Devon 2 (champions)
Old Plymothian & Mannamedian King George V Playing Fields Plymstock, Plymouth[14] Relegated from Cornwall/Devon (12th)
South Molton Station Road South Molton Relegated from Cornwall/Devon (13th)
St Columba & Torpoint Defiance Field Torpoint, Cornwall[15] 3rd
Tamar Saracens The Parkway Ernesettle, Plymouth[16] Promoted from Devon 2 (runner-up)
Topsham Bonfire Field Topsham, Exeter[17] 7th
Totnes Borough Park Totnes[18] 4th
Wessex Flowerpot Playing Fields Exeter[19] 5th

League tableEdit

2015–16 Devon 1 League Table[20]
Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Difference Try bonus Loss bonus Points
1 Tamar Saracens (P) 16 12 2 2 433 134 299 7 1 60
2 Topsham (P) 16 11 0 5 386 174 212 8 2 54
3 Wessex 16 12 0 4 289 204 85 3 1 52
4 New Cross 16 9 1 6 432 254 178 4 3 45
5 North Tawton 16 9 0 7 291 272 19 3 1 40
6 South Molton 16 7 0 9 330 254 76 5 4 37
7 Totnes 16 6 1 9 307 261 46 3 2 31
8 Old Plymothian & Mannamedian 16 4 0 12 185 372 −187 2 4 22
9 St Columba &Torpoint 16 0 0 16 125 853 −728 1 1 2
  • If teams are level at any stage, tiebreakers are applied in the following order:
  1. Number of matches won
  2. Difference between points for and against
  3. Total number of points for
  4. Aggregate number of points scored in matches between tied teams
  5. Number of matches won excluding the first match, then the second and so on until the tie is settled
Green background is the promotion place. Blue background is the play-off place. Pink background are relegation places.
Updated: 21 April 2017

Promotion play-offEdit

Each season, the runners-up of Cornwall 1 and Devon 1, usually participate in a play-off for promotion to Cornwall/Devon. Camborne School of Mines were due to play Topsham, but it appears that Camborne School of Mines conceded.

2014–15Edit

Plymouth Argaum are the champions and they are promoted to Cornwall/Devon for season 2015–16.[21] The runner-up, Plymstock Albion Oaks won the play-off match against Veor 47 – 3 to also win promotion.[22] The last two teams Old Technicians (8th) and Torrington (9th) are relegated (subject to confirmation) to Devon 2.

Participating clubs and locationsEdit

Team Ground Capacity Town/Village Previous season
New Cross Abbrook Park Kingsteignton[23] 7th
Old Technicians Weston Mill Oak Villa Social Club Plymouth[24] 5th
Plymouth Argaum Bickleigh Down Plymouth Promoted from Devon 2
Plymstock Albion Oaks Horsham Playing Fields Staddiscombe, Plymouth[25] 6th
St Columba & Torpoint Defiance Field Torpoint, Cornwall[26] 8th
Topsham Bonfire Field Topsham, Exeter[27] 3rd
Torrington Donnacroft Torrington Promoted from Devon 2
Totnes Borough Park Totnes[28] 2nd
Wessex Flowerpot Playing Fields Exeter[29] 4th

League tableEdit

2014–15 Devon 1 League Table[30]
Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Difference Try bonus Loss bonus Points
1 Plymouth Argaum (P) 16 14 0 2 522 160 362 9 1 66
2 Plymstock Albion Oaks (P) 16 12 1 3 360 212 148 4 1 55
3 St Columba & Torpoint 16 10 0 6 291 266 25 4 1 45
4 Totnes 16 7 0 9 322 291 31 2 5 35
5 Wessex 16 8 0 8 256 321 −65 2 0 34
6 New Cross 16 7 0 9 254 309 −55 3 2 34
7 Topsham 16 6 0 10 284 324 −40 3 4 31
8 Old Technicians 16 5 0 11 228 280 −52 3 6 29
9 Torrington 16 2 1 13 168 522 −354 1 2 13
  • If teams are level at any stage, tiebreakers are applied in the following order:
  1. Number of matches won
  2. Difference between points for and against
  3. Total number of points for
  4. Aggregate number of points scored in matches between tied teams
  5. Number of matches won excluding the first match, then the second and so on until the tie is settled
Green background is the promotion place. Blue background is the play-off place. Pink background are relegation places.
Updated: 28 April 2015

Promotion play-offEdit

Each season, the runners-up of Cornwall 1 and Devon 1, participate in a play-off for promotion to Cornwall/Devon. Plymouth Albion Oaks beat the home team Veor 47 – 3.

Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Points difference Try bonus Loss bonus Points
Plymstock Albion Oaks (P) 16 12 1 3 360 212 148 4 1 55
Veor 14 10 0 4 394 186 208 8 1 50
25 April 2015
14:30
Veor 3 – 47 Plymouth Albion Oaks
Wheal Gerry

2013–14Edit

The 2013–14 Devon 1 consisted of nine clubs; eight from Devon and one from Cornwall. The season started on 7 September 2013 and ended on 5 April 2014 with each team playing each of the other teams twice. South Molton finished in first place and were promoted to Cornwall/Devon, while the runners-up, Totnes, lost to the second team in Cornwall 1, Bodmin, in a play-off and stay in this league. The bottom team, Salcombe, are relegated to Devon 2.

Participating clubs and locationsEdit

Team Ground Capacity Town/Village Previous season
New Cross Abbrook Park Kingsteignton[31]
Old Technicians Weston Mill Oak Villa Social Club Plymouth[32] Promoted from Devon 2
Plymstock Albion Oaks Horsham Playing Fields Staddiscombe, Plymouth[33]
Salcombe Two Meads 500 Salcombe
St Columba & Torpoint Defiance Field Torpoint, Cornwall[34] Promoted from Devon 2
South Molton Station Road South Molton[35]
Topsham Bonfire Field Topsham, Exeter[36]
Totnes Borough Park Totnes[37]
Wessex Flowerpot Playing Fields Exeter[38] Relegated from Cornwall/Devon

League tableEdit

2013–14 Devon 1 League Table[39]
Pos Team P W D L F A Diff Try bonus Loss bonus Pts Notes
1 South Molton (P) 16 13 0 3 390 165 225 10 3 65
2 Totnes 16 10 1 5 311 290 21 4 1 47
3 Topsham 16 9 0 7 304 280 24 5 2 43
4 Wessex 16 8 1 7 296 284 12 2 3 39
5 Old Technicians 16 8 0 8 266 299 −33 2 4 38
6 Plymstock Albion Oaks 16 8 0 8 257 262 −5 3 2 37
7 New Cross 16 6 0 10 231 247 −16 1 5 30
8 St Columba & Torpoint 16 6 0 10 217 309 −92 1 4 29
9 Salcombe 16 3 0 13 194 330 −136 1 3 16

Points are awarded as follows:

  • 4 points for a win
  • 2 points for a draw
  • 0 points for a loss
  • 1 point for scoring four tries
  • 1 point for losing by seven points or less

If teams are level at any stage, tiebreakers are applied in the following order:

  1. Number of matches won
  2. Difference between points for and against
  3. Total number of points for
  4. Aggregate number of points scored in matches between tied teams
  5. Number of matches won excluding the first match, then the second and so on until the tie is settled
Green background is the promotion place; pink background is the relegation place.

2012–13Edit

Participating clubsEdit

  • Dartmouth
  • Exeter University
  • New Cross
  • Plymstock Albion Oaks
  • Salcombe
  • South Molton
  • Topsham
  • Torrington
  • Totnes

Original teamsEdit

When league rugby began in 1987 this division contained the following teams:

Devon League 1 honoursEdit

[40][41][42]

Devon League 1 (1987–1993)Edit

The original Devon 1 (sponsored by Courage) was a tier 9 league with promotion up to Cornwall/Devon and relegation down to Devon 2.

Devon League 1
Season No of teams Champions Runners-up Relegated team(s) Ref
1987–88 11 Exeter Saracens Plymouth Civil Service Ilfracombe, Prince Rock [43]
1988–89 11 Plymouth Civil Service South Molton Kingsbridge, Devonport HSOB, Honiton [44]
1989–90 11 Exmouth Cullompton Prince Rock [45]
1990–91 11 South Molton Cullompton Plymouth Argaum, Totnes [46]
1991–92 11 Devonport Services Ivybridge No relegation[d] [47]
1992–93 12 Paignton Honiton Plymouth Argaum, Cullompton [48]
Green backgrounds are promotion places.

Devon League 1 (1993–96)Edit

The creation of National 5 South for the 1993–94 season meant that Devon 1 dropped to become a tier 10 league. Promotion continued to Cornwall/Devon and relegation to Devon 2. The league continued to be sponsored by Courage.

Devon League 1
Season No of teams Champions Runners-up Relegated team(s) Ref
1993–94 13 Honiton Newton Abbot Jesters [49]
1994–95 13 Old Plymothian Newton Abbot Prince Rock [50]
1995–96 13 Kingsbridge Withycombe Cullompton, Dartmouth, Salcombe, Ilfracombe [47]
Green backgrounds are promotion places.

Devon League 1 (1996–2009)Edit

The cancellation of National 5 South at the end of the 1995–96 season saw Devon League 1 return to being a tier 9 division. Promotion continued to Cornwall/Devon and relegation down to Devon 2. From the 2008–09 season onward the league sponsor would be Tribute.

Devon League 1
Season No of teams Champions Runners-up Relegated team(s) Ref
1996–97 10 Withycombe Newton Abbot Tamar Saracens, Totnes [51]
1997–98 10 Newton Abbot Old Technicians Dartmouth, Essex Saracens [47]
1998–99 10 Wessex Tavistock Topsham, Old Public Oaks [52]
1999–00 10 Old Plymothian & Mannamedian Ilfracombe Totnes [53]
2000–01 10 Torrington Old Technicians Plymouth Barbarians, Topsham, Exeter Saracens [54]
2001–02 10 Kingsbridge Teignmouth Old Technicians, Old Public Oaks [55]
2002–03 10 Sidmouth Old Plymothian & Mannamedian No relegation [56]
2003–04 12 Tavistock Old Plymothian & Mannamedian Exeter Saracens, Totnes [57]
2004–05 12 South Molton Honiton Topsham, Tamar Saracens [58]
2005–06 12 Okehampton Cullompton Ilfracombe [59]
2006–07 12 Teignmouth Bideford Buckfastleigh Ramblers, Prince Rock Woodland Fort [60]
2007–08 11 Old Plymothian & Mannamedian Plymstock Albion Oaks Dartmouth, Devonport HSOB [61]
2008–09 12 Teignmouth Exeter Saracens St Columba & Torpoint, Plymouth Barbarians, Salcombe [62]
Green backgrounds are promotion places.

Cornwall/Devon League (2009–2018)Edit

Despite widespread league restructuring by the RFU, Devon 1 continued as a tier 9 division, with promotion to Cornwall/Devon and relegation to Devon 2. Tribute would continue to sponsor the league.

Devon League 1
Season No of teams Champions Runners-up Relegated team(s) Ref
2009–10 9 Totnes Honiton Buckfastleigh Ramblers, Topsham, Ilfracombe [63]
2010–11 9 Plymouth Barbarians Wessex Tamar Saracens [64]
2011–12 9 Wessex Old Plymothian & Mannamedian North Tawton, St Columba & Torpoint [65]
2012–13 9 Exeter University Plymstock Albion Oaks Dartmouth, Torrington [66]
2013–14 9 South Molton Totnes Salcombe [67]
2014–15 9 Plymouth Argaum Plymstock Albion Oaks Old Technicians, Torrington [68]
2015–16 9 Tamar Saracens Topsham St Columba & Torpoint, Old Plymothian & Mannamedian [69]
2016–17 8 Wessex Torrington Ilfracombe, North Tawton [70]
2017–18 8 South Molton Topsham No relegation[e] [71]
Green backgrounds are promotion places.

Devon League 1 (2018–present)Edit

From the 2018–19 Devon 1 continued as a tier 9 division, with promotion to Cornwall/Devon. However, the cancellation of Devon 2 meant there was no longer relegation. Tribute would continue to sponsor the league

Devon League 1
Season No of teams Champions Runners-up Relegated team(s) Ref
2018–19 11 North Tawton Exeter Athletic No relegation [72]
2019–20 12 Withycombe Tamar Saracens No relegation [73]
2020–21 12 No relegation
Green backgrounds are promotion places.

Promotion play-offsEdit

Since the 2000–01 season there has been a play-off between the runners-up of Cornwall League 1 and Devon League 1 for the third and final promotion place to Cornwall/Devon. The team with the superior league record has home advantage in the tie. At the end of the 2019–20 season the Devon League 1 teams have been the most successful with thirteen wins to the Cornwall League 1 teams five; and the home team has won promotion on twelve occasions compared to the away teams six.

Cornwall League 1 v Devon League 1 promotion play-off results
Season Home team Score Away team Venue Attendance
2000–01[74] Wadebridge Camels (C) 53–17 Old Technicians (D) Molesworth Field, Wadebridge, Cornwall
2001–02[75] Mounts Bay (C) 14–17 Teignmouth (D) Mennaye Field, Penzance, Cornwall
2002–03[76] Old Plymothian & Mannamedian (D) 8–20 Mounts Bay (C) King George V Playing Fields, Plymstock, Plymouth, Devon
2003–04[77] Old Plymothian & Mannamedian (D)[f] Perranporth (C) King George V Playing Fields, Plymstock, Plymouth, Devon
2004–05[78] Honiton (D) 49–20 Saltash (C) Allhallows Playing Field, Honiton, Devon
2005–06[79] Cullompton (D) 28–6 Newquay Hornets (C) Stafford Park, Cullompton, Devon
2006–07[80] Bideford (D) 23–18 Liskeard Looe (C) King George's Fields, Bideford, Devon
2007–08[81] Helston (C) 0–24 Plymstock Albion Oaks (D) King George V Playing Field, Helston, Cornwall
2008–09[82] No promotion playoff.[g]
2009–10[83] Honiton (D) 43–12 Veor (C) Allhallows Playing Field, Honiton, Devon
2010–11[84][85] Pirates Amateurs (C) 29–20 Wessex (D) Mennaye Field, Penzance, Cornwall 400
2011–12[86] Helston (C) 19–20 Old Plymothian & Mannamedian (D) King George V Playing Field, Helston, Cornwall
2012–13[87] Stithians (C) 17–12 Plymstock Albion Oaks (D) Church Road, Stithians, Cornwall
2013–14[88][89] Bodmin (C) 17–15 Totnes (D) Clifden Park, Bodmin, Cornwall 355
2014–15[90] Veor (C) 3–47 Plymstock Albion Oaks (D) Wheal Gerry, Camborne, Cornwall
2015–16[91] Topsham (D) HWO[h] Camborne School of Mines (C) Bonfire Field, Topsham, Devon N/A
2016–17[93] Newquay Hornets (C) AWO[i] Torrington (D) Newquay Sports Ground, Newquay, Cornwall N/A
2017–18[95] Topsham (D) 67-3 Bodmin (C) Bonfire Field, Topsham, Devon
2018–19[96] Exeter Athletic (D) 29-3 Newquay Hornets (C) Bravelands, Clyst St Mary, Devon
2019–20 Cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom. Best ranked runner up - Newquay Hornets (C) - promoted instead.
2020–21
Green background is the promoted team. C = Cornwall League 1 and D = Devon League 1.


Number of league titlesEdit

Tier nine format since 1987Edit

Format of the tier nine Devon 1 rugby union league
Year Name No of teams No of matches
1987–91 Courage Devon 1 11 10
1993–94 Courage Devon 1 13 12
1994–95 Courage Devon 1 11 10
1996–03 Devon 1 10 18
2003–07 Devon 1 12 22
2007–08 Devon 1 11 20
2008–09 Devon 1 12 22
2009–16 Devon 1 9 16
2016– Devon 1 8 14

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NotesEdit

  1. ^ Exeter Athletic were previously called Wessex RFC until that club merged with Exeter Youth RFC at the end of the 2017-18 season.[1]
  2. ^ Plymouth Civil Services has since been disbanded.
  3. ^ Prince Rock would later merge with Woodland Fort to become known as Prince Rock Woodland Fort RFC. The club has since disbanded.
  4. ^ The restructuring of Devon 2A and Devon 2B into a single division at the end of the season, meant there was no relegation.
  5. ^ There was no relegation as the division was due to increase from 8 to 10 teams for the following season due to the cancellation of Devon 2.
  6. ^ The result of the 2003-04 promotion playoff between Old Plymothian & Mannamedian and Perranporth is not listed on the RFU website, although Old Plymothian & Mannamedian would have had home advantage as they had a better league record than Perranporth. We do, however, know that Old Plymothian & Mannamedian won this game as they were in Cornwall/Devon the next season while Perranporth were not.
  7. ^ Due to the restructuring of the English league system by the RFU for the 2009-10 season there would be no 2008-09 promotion playoff between the league runners up in Cornwall 1 and Devon 1 with the champions and runners up from each league going up automatically.
  8. ^ Topsham were automatically promoted at the end of the 2015–16 season as Camborne School of Mines did not want to be promoted.[92]
  9. ^ Torrington were automatically promoted at the end of the 2016–17 season as Newquay Hornets did not want to be promoted.[94]
  10. ^ Old Plymothian & Mannamedian's titles includes one win by Old Plymothian prior to the clubs merger.

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