Sporting Club Graulhetois

The Sporting club graulhetois, or SC Graulhet, is a rugby union French club based in Graulhet (Tarn). Founded in 1910, it play in Fédérale 2, the fourth level of French rugby union.

SC Grahlet
Full nameSporting Club Graulhetois
Founded1910
Location15 av. Amiral-Jaurès
81300 Graulhet
Ground(s)Stade Noël, Pélissou (Capacity: 5.000)
PresidentPierre Cathalau
Coach(es)Benoit Bellot
Renaud Gély
League(s)Fédérale 2,
2011–124th (Fédérale 2)
Team kit
Official website
www.scg-rugby.com/%20www.scg-rugby.com

HistoryEdit

Founded in 1910, played in the Pyrénées regional championship, obtaining the chance to play the third division championship in 1936 and 1948, "Excellence" (second divisions from 1949) and finally first division in 1949-50, with a lot of qualification for final stages.

It was four times semifinalist, but it never won the Bouclier de Brennus ; neither played a final, but was finalist in 1976 of the Challenge Yves du Manoir and winner of a lot of Challenge de l'Espérance. The last time, that play in first division was in 1994-95, the last season before the reduction of first division to 20 teams.

The SCG seen a lot of his former player to play for France national rugby union team like Guy Pauthe called to play against England in 1946. Other international players that wear the red shirt of SCG was Daniel Revailler, Francis Rouzières, Guy Laporte, Henri Sanz, Fabien Pelous, Yannick Jauzion.

PalmarèsEdit

Current squadEdit

2016-17 Note: Flags indicate national union as has been defined under WR eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-WR nationality.

Player Position Union


Răzvan Ilișescu Flanker   Romania

Famous PlayersEdit

Further readingEdit

  • Graulhet, 80 ans de rugby, de Louis Montels, éd. Sporting club graulhetois, 1988

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