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2014–15 National League 2 South

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2014–15 National League 2 South
Countries England
ChampionsHenley Hawks
Runners-upBishop's Stortford (not promoted)
RelegatedDings Crusaders, Shelford, Lydney
Matches played240
Attendance94,033
(average 392 per match)
Highest attendance1,687
Cambridge v Shelford
10 January 2014
Lowest attendance75
Clifton v Southend
15 November 2014
Top point scorerEnglandGary Kingdom (Taunton Titans)
312 points
Top try scorerEnglandWill Crow (Dorking)
22 tries

The 2014–15 National League 2 South is the sixth season (28th overall) of the fourth tier (south) of the English domestic rugby union competitions since the professionalised format of the second division was introduced. New teams to the division include Worthing Raiders[1] (relegated from National League 1), Dorking[2] and Old Elthamians[3] (both promoted from National League 3 London & SE) and Lydney[4] (promoted from National League 3 South West). The league system is 4 points for a win, 2 points for a draw and additional bonus points being awarded for scoring 4 or more tries and/or losing within 7 points of the victorious team. In terms of promotion the league champions would go straight up into National League 1 while the runners up would have a one-game playoff against the runners up from National League 2 North (at the home ground of the club with the superior league record) for the final promotion place.

During the course of the season the two league derby games between the Launceston and Redruth would also double up as the Cornish Super Cup with Launceston being the defending 2013–14 champions. Redruth won over two razor edge contests to take the 2014–15 Cornish Super Cup 29 – 28 on aggregate.[5] Henley Hawks finished the season as champions and booked themselves an immediate return to National League 1 for the 2015–16 season by securing the league title and promotion on 28 March 2015, beating Shelford 66 – 17 at Dry Leas.[6]

While Henley gained promotion early, the battle for second spot (and the chance to go up via the play-off) went right to the last day of the season with three teams looking to go up — Bishop's Stortford, Dorking and Taunton Titans. In the end, all three teams had bonus point victories but Bishop's Stortford's slender two point lead at the start of play meant they would finish as league runners–up. With only three victories all season Dings Crusaders were the first team to be relegated,[7] followed some time later by Shelford with the third relegation spot much more keenly contested. A dramatic last day saw Lydney competing against Southend Saxons to avoid the drop. Lydney won their game with the maximum 5 points they needed but Southend managed to get a losing bonus point in their game and stayed up thanks to a better win record.[8] Dings and Lydney would drop to National League 3 South West while Shelford would drop to National League 3 London & SE.

League runners up Bishop's Stortford would go into a playoff against the runners up of the 2014–15 National League 2 North, Ampthill, with Ampthill getting home advantage due to their better league record. It was the second time in a row that Ampthill were in the playoffs after somewhat ironically finishing second in National League 2 South the previous season. Bishop's Stortford lost a close game at Dillingham Park 10-19, with Ampthill gaining promotion to National League 1 for the 2015-16 season.[9] In terms of attendances, National League 2 South had a total of 94,033 fans turning up for games across the season - up 14,405 from the previous season. This was helped by good regular crowds at Launceston and Redruth with 1,000+ attendances in the matches between the two Cornish sides while the two Cambridge - Shelford derby games attracted the biggest crowds of the season.

Structure

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 2015–16 National League 1 and the runners-up play the second-placed team in the 2014–15 National League 2 North with the winner being promoted. The last three teams are relegated to either National League 3 London & SE or National League 3 South West depending on the geographical location of the team (in some cases teams may join the Midlands regional leagues).

Participating teams

Eleven of the teams listed below participated in the 2013–14 National League 2 South season; Henley Hawks and Worthing Raiders were relegated from National League 1, Dorking (champions) and Old Elthamians (play-offs) were promoted from National League 3 London & SE, Lydney were promoted from National League 3 South West and Ampthill were transferred back to National League 2 North to ensure that both leagues were suitably balanced with the same number of teams.

Final league table

2014–15 National League 2 South Table watch · edit · discuss
Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Difference Try Bonus Losing Bonus Points
1 Henley Hawks (C) 30 24 1 5 956 567 389 19 4 121
2 Bishop's Stortford 30 20 1 9 933 608 325 22 8 112
3 Taunton Titans 30 22 0 8 863 591 272 16 6 110
4 Dorking 30 22 2 6 852 567 285 12 4 108
5 Worthing Raiders 30 19 0 11 804 605 199 19 5 100
6 Chinnor 30 18 0 12 780 639 141 11 9 92
7 Cambridge 30 17 0 13 765 662 103 16 6 90
8 Old Elthamians 30 12 1 17 693 736 –43 9 9 68
9 Redruth 30 13 1 17 577 686 –109 6 6 66
10 Launceston 30 12 2 16 625 595 30 3 11 66
11 Canterbury 30 11 2 17 640 721 –81 11 3 63
12 Clifton 30 11 0 19 635 837 –202 9 6 59
13 Southend Saxons 30 12 0 18 640 782 –142 6 7 56[n 1]
14 Lydney (R) 30 11 1 18 546 871 –325 5 5 56
15 Shelford (R) 30 7 0 23 579 938 –359 9 4 36[n 2]
16 Dings Crusaders (R) 30 3 1 26 526 1009 –483 5 3 22
  • 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: 2 May 2015
Source: "National League 2 South". NCA Rugby.
Notes
  1. ^ *Southend were deducted 5 points for playing an unregistered player against Clifton on 15 November 2014[10]
  2. ^ *Shelford were deducted 5 points for playing an unregistered player against Lydney on 6 September 2014[11]


Results

Round 1

6 September 2014
14:30
Clifton 28 – 24 Canterbury (2BP)
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 215
Referee: Christopher Ridley
6 September 2014
15:00
(BP) Chinnor 45 – 18 Dings Crusaders
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 720
Referee: Mike Hudson
6 September 2014
15:00
(BP) Dorking 10 – 13 Henley Hawks
Report
The Big Field
Attendance: 325
Referee: Alex Manley
6 September 2014
15:00
(BP) Launceston 18 – 19 Bishop's Stortford
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 942
Referee: Richard Kelly
6 September 2014
15:00
Lydney 16 – 12 Shelford (BP)
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 315
Referee: Dan Parrott
6 September 2014
15:00
(BP) Southend Saxons 31 – 36 Redruth (BP)
Report
Warners Park Bridge
Attendance: 155
Referee: Luke Haskins
6 September 2014
15:00
(2BP) Worthing Raiders 30 – 33 Old Elthamians
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 556
Referee: Veryan Boscawen
6 September 2014
15:30
(BP) Cambridge 24 – 29 Taunton Titans (BP)
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 388
Referee: Calum Howard

[12][13]


Round 2

13 September 2014
14:30
Dings Crusaders 24 – 22 Lydney (BP)
Report
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 220
Referee: Luke Haskins
13 September 2014
15:00
(BP) Bishop's Stortford 32 – 19 Cambridge
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 423
Referee: James Clarke
13 September 2014
15:00
Canterbury 28 – 15 Old Elthamians
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 346
Referee: Alex Manley
13 September 2014
15:00
Dorking 8 – 5 Worthing Raiders (BP)
Report
The Big Field
Attendance: 525
Referee: James Sullivan
13 September 2014
15:00
(BP) Henley Hawks 28 – 24 Chinnor (BP)
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 470
Referee: Dan Parrott
13 September 2014
15:00
Redruth 14 – 13[n 1] Launceston (BP)
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 1,320
Referee: Philip Davis
13 September 2014
15:00
Shelford 18 – 6 Southend Saxons
Report
The Davey Field
Attendance: 183
Referee: Clare Hodnett
13 September 2014
15:00
(BP) Taunton Titans 38 – 24 Clifton (BP)
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 250
Referee: Paul Kimber
  1. ^ First leg of 2014-15 Cornish Super Cup.

[14][15]


Round 3

20 September 2014
10:00
(BP) Chinnor 22 – 23 Dorking
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 400
Referee: Christopher Ridley
20 September 2014
14:30
(BP) Clifton 35 – 24 Bishop's Stortford (BP)
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 115
Referee: Mike Hudson
20 September 2014
15:00
(BP) Cambridge 27 – 20 Redruth (BP)
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 412
Referee: Fergus Kirby
20 September 2014
15:00
Launceston 23 – 15 Shelford
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 466
Referee: Paul Kimber
20 September 2014
15:00
Lydney 17 – 43 Henley Hawks (BP)
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 328
Referee: James Clarke
20 September 2014
15:00
(2BP) Old Elthamians 29 – 31 Taunton Titans
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 150
Referee: Dan Parrott
20 September 2014
15:00
(BP) Southend Saxons 52 – 14 Dings Crusaders
Report
Warners Park Bridge
Attendance: 190
Referee: Rob Warburton
20 September 2014
15:00
(BP) Worthing Raiders 36 – 25 Canterbury (BP)
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 436
Referee: Richard Kelly

[16][17]


Round 4

27 September 2014
14:30
Dings Crusaders 22 – 35 Launceston
Report
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 121
Referee: Calum Howard
27 September 2014
(2BP) Bishop's Stortford 41 – 43 Old Elthamians (BP)
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 380
Referee: Luke Haskins
27 September 2014
(BP) Chinnor 21 – 26 Worthing Raiders (BP)
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 400
Referee: Graham Dickens
27 September 2014
(BP) Dorking 52 – 3 Lydney
Report
The Big Field
Attendance: 485
Referee: Mike Hudson
27 September 2014
(BP) Henley Hawks 31 – 13 Southend Saxons
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 425
Referee: Christopher Ridley
27 September 2014
(BP) Redruth 20 – 23 Clifton
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 760
Referee: Veryan Boscawen
27 September 2014
15:00
(BP) Shelford 32 – 11 Cambridge
Report
The Davey Field
Attendance: 1,509
Referee: Alex Manley
27 September 2014
15:00
(BP) Taunton Titans 43 – 12 Canterbury
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 250
Referee: Shane Lewis

[18][19]


Round 5

4 October 2014
14:30
(2BP) Clifton 31 – 32 Shelford (BP)
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 230
Referee: Luke Haskins
4 October 2014
15:00
Cambridge 27 – 17 Dings Crusaders
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 398
Referee: Graham Dickens
4 October 2014
15:00
Canterbury 10 – 22 Bishop's Stortford
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 290
Referee: David Parsons
4 October 2014
15:00
Launceston 22 – 32 Henley Hawks
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 659
Referee: Dan Parrott
4 October 2014
15:00
(BP) Lydney 30 – 24 Chinnor (BP)
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 359
Referee: Alex Manley
4 October 2014
15:00
Old Elthamians 13 – 12 Redruth (BP)
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 250
Referee: James Clarke
4 October 2014
15:00
(BP) Southend Saxons 13 – 18 Dorking
Report
Warners Park Bridge
Attendance: 239
Referee: Calum Howard
4 October 2014
15:00
(BP) Worthing Raiders 27 – 29 Taunton Titans
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 300
Referee: Paul Kimber

[20][21]


Round 6

11 October 2014
15:00
(BP) Bishop's Stortford 34 – 20 Taunton Titans
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 360
Referee: Ryan Smith
11 October 2014
15:00
(BP) Chinnor 42 – 21 Southend Saxons
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 291
Referee: James Clarke
11 October 2014
15:00
(BP) Dings Crusaders 19 – 21 Clifton
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 679
Referee: Alex Manley
11 October 2014
15:00
Dorking 20 – 17 Launceston (BP)
Report
The Big Field
Attendance: 280
Referee: David Parsons
11 October 2014
15:00
(BP) Henley Hawks 37 – 0 Cambridge
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 535
Referee: Mike Hudson
11 October 2014
15:00
Lydney 18 – 17 Worthing Raiders (BP)
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 401
Referee: Jake Makepeace
11 October 2014
15:00
(BP) Redruth 38 – 15 Canterbury
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 726
Referee: Christophe Ridley
11 October 2014
15:00
(2BP) Shelford 28 – 33 Old Elthamians
Report
Davey Field
Attendance: 265
Referee: Paul Kimber

[22][23][24]


Round 7

18 October 2014
14:00
(BP) Worthing Raiders 24 – 22 Bishop's Stortford (2BP)
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 516
Referee: Simon Harding
18 October 2014
14:30
Clifton 7 – 29 Henley Hawks
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 180
Referee: Clare Hodnett
18 October 2014
15:00
Cambridge 14 – 28 Dorking
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 346
Referee: Ryan Smith
18 October 2014
15:00
(BP) Canterbury 37 – 22 Shelford
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 504
Referee: Calum Howard
18 October 2014
15:00
(BP) Launceston 22 – 26 Chinnor
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 553
Referee: Mike Hudson
18 October 2014
15:00
(BP) Old Elthamians 38 – 29 Dings Crusaders
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 200
Referee: Paul Kimber
18 October 2014
15:00
(BP) Southend Saxons 50 – 13 Lydney
Report
Warners Bridge Park
Attendance: 135
Referee: Louis Caviglia
18 October 2014
15:00
Taunton Titans 24 – 17 Redruth
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 625
Referee: Daniel Parrott

[25][26]


Round 8

25 October 2014
14:30
(BP) Dings Crusaders 36 - 36 Canterbury (BP)
Report
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 196
Referee: Daniel Parrott
25 October 2014
15:00
Chinnor 23 - 19 Cambridge (BP)
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 221
Referee: Rob Warburton
25 October 2014
15:00
(BP) Dorking 49 - 34 Clifton (BP)
Report
The Big Field
Attendance: 338
Referee: Paul Kimber
25 October 2014
15:00
Lydney 20 - 19 Launceston (BP)
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 438
Referee: Matthew Turvey
25 October 2014
15:00
(BP) Redruth 28 - 24 Bishop's Stortford (BP)
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 734
Referee: Ian Bibey
25 October 2014
15:00
Shelford 19 - 28 Taunton Titans
Report
The Davey Field
Attendance: 188
Referee: Christophe Ridley
25 October 2014
15:00
Southend Saxons 23 - 14 Worthing Raiders
Report
Warners Bridge Park
Attendance: 256
Referee: David Clarkson
25 October 2014
15:30
(BP) Henley Hawks 48 - 19 Old Elthamians
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 510
Referee: Shane Lewis

[27][28]


Round 9

1 November 2014
14:00
(BP) Cambridge 50 – 20 Lydney
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 398
Referee: Richard Kelly
1 November 2014
14:00
Worthing Raiders 12 – 10 Redruth (BP)
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 624
Referee: Calum Howard
1 November 2014
14:30
Bishop's Stortford 30 – 21 Shelford
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 350
Referee: Phillip Davies
1 November 2014
14:30
Clifton 20 – 38 Chinnor (BP)
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 136
Referee: Dan Parrott
1 November 2014
14:30
(BP) Launceston 21 – 22 Southend Saxons
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 538
Referee: Shane Lewis
1 November 2014
14:30
Old Elthamians 19 – 39 Dorking (BP)
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 380
Referee: Luke Haskins
1 November 2014
14:30
(BP) Taunton Titans 31 – 19 Dings Crusaders
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 350
Referee: Mike Hudson
1 November 2014
15:00
(2 BP) Canterbury 29 – 30 Henley Hawks (BP)
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 219
Referee: James Sullivan

[29][30]


Round 10

8 November 2014
15:00
Chinnor 25 – 22 Old Elthamians (BP)
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 211
Referee: Calum Howard
8 November 2014
15:00
Dings Crusaders 8 – 34 Bishop's Stortford (BP)
Report
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 162
Referee: Simon Walker
8 November 2014
15:00
(BP) Dorking 46 – 19 Canterbury
Report
The Big Field
Attendance: 332
Referee: David Parsons
8 November 2014
15:00
Henley Hawks 15 – 10 Taunton Titans (BP)
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 345
Referee: Christopher Ridley
8 November 2014
15:00
Launceston 29 – 19 Worthing Raiders
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 411
Referee: Richard Kelly
8 November 2014
15:00
Lydney P – P Clifton

  • Postponed due to waterlogged pitch. Game to be replayed on 28 February 2015.
8 November 2014
15:00
(BP) Shelford 31 – 11 Redruth
Report
The Davey Field
Attendance: 296
Referee: Daniel Parrott
9 November 2014
15:00
Southend Saxons 20 – 36 Cambridge (BP)
Report
Warners Bridge Park
Attendance: 374
Referee: Tom Davis

[31][32]


Round 11

15 November 2014
14:00
(BP) Bishop's Stortford 13 – 19 Henley Hawks
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 250
Referee: Tom Davies
15 November 2014
14:00
(BP) Cambridge 32 – 31 Launceston
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 424
Referee: Ben Blain
15 November 2014
14:00
(BP) Worthing Raiders 41 – 13 Shelford
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 439
Referee: Christophe Ridley
15 November 2014
14:30
(BP) Clifton 51 – 18 Southend Saxons
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 75
Referee: Paul Kimber
15 November 2014
14:30
(BP) Redruth 36 – 25 Dings Crusaders
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 725
Referee: Calum Howard
15 November 2014
14:30
(BP) Taunton Titans 14 – 21 Dorking
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 325
Referee: Daniel Parrott
15 November 2014
15:00
Canterbury 23 – 22 Chinnor (BP)
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 219
Referee: James Sullivan
15 November 2014
15:00
(BP) Old Elthamians 38 – 18 Lydney
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 150
Referee: Alexis Manley

[33][34]


Round 12

22 November 2014
14:00
Cambridge 14 – 28 Worthing Raiders (BP)
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 411
Referee: Mike Hudson
22 November 2014
14:30
(BP) Dings Crusaders 43 – 28 Shelford
Report
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 125
Referee: Daniel Parrott
22 November 2014
14:30
Dorking 23 – 22 Bishop's Stortford (2BP)
Report
The Big Field
Attendance: 402
Referee: Calum Howard
22 November 2014
14:30
Launceston 23 – 16 Clifton (BP)
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 582
Referee: Philip Davies
22 November 2014
14:30
(BP) Southend Saxons 29 – 26 Old Elthamians (2BP)
Report
Warners Bridge Park
Attendance: 125
Referee: Paul Dickens
22 November 2014
15:00
Chinnor 30 – 26 Taunton Titans (2BP)
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 197
Referee: Richard Kelly
22 November 2014
15:00
Henley Hawks 17 – 3 Redruth
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 340
Referee: Paul Kimber
22 November 2014
15:00
Lydney 24 – 11 Canterbury
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 397
Referee: Chris Newton

[35][36]


Round 13

29 November 2014
14:00
(2BP) Worthing Raiders 24 - 28 Ding's Crusaders
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 426
Referee: Calum Howard
29 November 2014
14:30
Bishop's Stortford 25 - 20 Chinnor (BP)
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 220
Referee: Mike Hudson
29 November 2014
14:30
Clifton 12 - 9 Cambridge (BP)
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 115
Referee: Dan Parott
29 November 2014
14:30
(BP) Old Elthamians 18 - 20 Launceston
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 120
Referee: Andrew McNeany
29 November 2014
14:30
Redruth 12 - 38 Dorking (BP)
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 875
Referee: Christoph Ridley
29 November 2014
14:30
Shelford 21 - 59 Henley Hawks (BP)
Report
The Davey Field
Attendance: 238
Referee: David Clarkson
29 November 2014
15:00
(BP) Canterbury 31 - 10 Southend Saxons
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 256
Referee: Alexis Manley
29 November 2014
15:00
(BP) Taunton Titans 49 - 17 Lydney
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 300
Referee: Shane Lewis

[37][38]


Round 14

6 December 2014
14:00
(BP) Cambridge 39 - 33 Old Elthamians (2BP)
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 368
Referee: Matthew Turvey
6 December 2014
14:30
(BP) Chinnor 33 - 12 Redruth
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 167
Referee: Thomas Davis
6 December 2014
14:30
(2 BP) Clifton 34 - 40 Worthing Raiders (BP)
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 166
Referee: Luke Haskins
6 December 2014
14:30
Dorking 28 - 20 Shelford
Report
The Big Field
Attendance: 386
Referee: Jack Lewars
6 December 2014
14:30
Launceston 25 - 15 Canterbury
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 593
Referee: Dan Parrott
6 December 2014
14:30
Southend Saxons 18 - 8 Taunton Titans
Report
Warners Bridge Park
Attendance: 97
Referee: David Clarkson
6 December 2014
15:00
(BP) Henley Hawks 58 - 10 Dings Crusaders
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 445
Referee: Alexis Manley
6 December 2014
15:00
(BP) Lydney 26 - 43 Bishop's Stortford (BP)
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 382
Referee: Ben Blain

[39][40]


Round 15

13 December 2014
14:00
(BP) Bishop's Stortford 40 – 11 Southend Saxons
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 270
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney
13 December 2014
14:00
(BP) Redruth 27 – 25 Lydney (BP)
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 685
Referee: Calum Howard
13 December 2014
14:00
(BP) Worthing Raiders 30 – 7 Henley Hawks
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 761
Referee: Gareth Holsgrove
13 December 2014
14:15
(BP) Shelford 12 – 14 Chinnor
Report
The Davey Field
Attendance: 205
Referee: Claire Hodnett
13 December 2014
14:30
Dings Crusaders 19 – 32 Dorking (BP)
Report
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 139
Referee: Paul Kimber
13 December 2014
14:30
(BP) Old Elthamians 39 – 12 Clifton
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 120
Referee: Robbie Bourke
13 December 2014
14:30
Taunton Titans 23 – 20 Launceston (BP)
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 515
Referee: James Sullivan
13 December 2014
15:00
Canterbury 5 – 36 Cambridge (BP)
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 237
Referee: Alexis Manley

[41][42]


Round 16

19 December 2014
19:45
(BP) Clifton 16 – 21 Taunton Titans
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 163
Referee: Adam Leal
20 December 2014
14:00
(BP) Cambridge 33 – 32 Bishop's Stortford (2BP)
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 498
Referee: Claire Hodnett
20 December 2014
14:00
(BP) Worthing Raiders 32 – 27 Dorking (2BP)
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 853
Referee: Calum Howard
20 December 2014
14:30
Chinnor 28 – 21 Henley Hawks (BP)
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 566
Referee: Thomas Davies
20 December 2014
14:30
Launceston 15 – 15[n 1] Redruth
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 1,315
Referee: Shane Lewis
20 December 2014
14:30
Old Elthamians 18 – 8 Canterbury
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 150
Referee: Paul Kimber
20 December 2014
14:30
Southend Saxons 14 – 32 Shelford (BP)
Report
Warners Bridge Park
Attendance: 165
Referee: Alexis Manley
20 December 2014
15:00
Lydney 21 – 6 Dings Crusaders
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 611
Referee: Mike Hudson
  1. ^ Second leg of 2014-15 Cornish Super Cup. Redruth win 29 - 28 on aggregate.

[43][44]


Round 17

3 January 2014
14:00
(BP) Bishop's Stortford 34 – 8 Clifton
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 180
Referee: Matthew Turvey
3 January 2014
14:00
Redruth 17 – 7 Cambridge
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 619
Referee: Paul Kimber
3 January 2014
14:15
(BP) Dorking 5 – 6 Chinnor
Report
The Big Field
Attendance: 400
Referee: Phillip Davies
3 January 2014
14:30
(BP) Dings Crusaders 6 – 13 Southend Saxons
Report
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 120
Referee: Chris Newton
3 January 2014
14:30
(BP) Taunton Titans 22 – 15 Old Elthamians (BP)
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 350
Referee: Dan Parrott
3 January 2014
15:00
Canterbury 12 – 20 Worthing Raiders
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 237
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney
3 January 2014
15:00
(BP) Henley Hawks 50 – 5 Lydney
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 425
Referee: Gareth Holsgrove
3 January 2014
15:00
Shelford 9 – 19 Launceston
Report
The Davey Field
Attendance: 209
Referee: William Halford

[45][46]


Round 18

10 January 2014
14:00
(BP) Cambridge 29 – 8 Shelford
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 1,687
Referee: Shane Lewis
10 January 2014
14:00
Old Elthamians 14 – 26 Bishop's Stortford (BP)
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 150
Referee: Shane Lewis
10 January 2014
14:00
(BP) Worthing Raiders 36 – 14 Chinnor
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 632
Referee: James Clarke
10 January 2014
14:30
Clifton 30 – 22 Redruth
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 158
Referee: Dan Parrott
10 January 2014
14:30
Launceston 18 – 8 Dings Crusaders
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 566
Referee: Alexis Manley
10 January 2014
14:30
Southend Saxons 18 – 17 Henley Hawks (BP)
Report
Warners Bridge Park
Attendance: 215
Referee: Calum Howard
10 January 2014
15:00
Canterbury 19 – 14 Taunton Titans (BP)
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 197
Referee: Paul Kimber
10 January 2014
15:00
Lydney 14 – 38 Dorking (BP)
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 380
Referee: Claire Hodnett

[47][48]


Round 19

17 January 2014
14:00
(BP) Bishop's Stortford 12 – 19 Canterbury
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 260
Referee: James Sullivan
17 January 2014
14:00
Redruth 22 – 10 Old Elthamians
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 815
Referee: Mike Hudson
17 January 2014
14:15
Dorking P – P Southend Saxons

  • Postponed after a referee's assessment due to wet weather conditions rendering pitch unplayable. Game to be replayed on 28 February 2015.[49][50]
17 January 2014
14:15
Shelford 24 – 37 Clifton
Report
The Davey Field
Attendance: 188
Referee: David Clarkson
17 January 2014
14:30
(BP) Chinnor 22 – 17 Lydney (BP)
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 321
Referee: Calum Howard
17 January 2014
14:30
(BP) Dings Crusaders 0 – 5 Cambridge
Report
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 207
Referee: Clare Daniels
17 January 2014
14:30
Taunton Titans 30 – 17 Worthing Raiders
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 425
Referee: Shane Lewis
17 January 2014
15:00
(BP) Henley Hawks 29 – 28 Launceston (2BP)
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 515
Referee: Veryan Boscawen

[51][52]


Round 20

24 January 2015
14:00
(2BP) Cambridge 27 – 32 Henley Hawks (BP)
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 432
Referee: James Clarke
24 January 2015
14:00
Launceston 17 – 17 Dorking
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 660
Referee: Paul Kimber
24 January 2015
14:00
Old Elthamians 23 – 3 Shelford
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 150
Referee: Dan Parrott
24 January 2015
14:00
(BP) Worthing Raiders 59 – 5 Lydney
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 619
Referee: Mike Hudson
24 January 2015
14:30
(BP) Clifton 40 – 19 Dings Crusaders
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 450
Referee: James Sullivan
24 January 2015
14:30
Southend Saxons 18 – 14 Chinnor (BP)
Report
Warners Bridge Park
Attendance: 137
Referee: Alexis Manley
24 January 2015
14:30
(BP) Taunton Titans 22 – 17 Bishop's Stortford (BP)
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 400
Referee: Thomas Davis
24 January 2015
15:00
(BP) Canterbury 28 – 23 Redruth (BP)
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 183
Referee: Rob Warburton

[53][54]


Round 21

31 January 2015
14:00
Bishop's Stortford P – P Worthing Raiders

  • Postponed due to snow. Game to be replayed on 28 February 2015.[55]
31 January 2015
14:00
Redruth 8 – 5 Taunton Titans (BP)
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 730
Referee: Ian Bibey
31 January 2015
14:15
Dorking 16 – 15 Cambridge (BP)
Report
The Big Field
Attendance: 482
Referee: Mike Hudson
31 January 2015
14:15
Shelford 8 – 0 Canterbury
Report
The Davey Field
Attendance: 132
Referee: Paul Kimber
31 January 2015
14:30
(BP) Chinnor 24 – 12 Launceston
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 157
Referee: Luis Caviglia
31 January 2015
14:30
Dings Crusaders 6 – 25 Old Elthamians (BP)
Report
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 157
Referee: Veryan Boscawen
31 January 2015
15:00
(BP) Henley Hawks 32 – 17 Clifton
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 470
Referee: Shane Lewis
31 January 2015
15:00
Lydney 25 – 20 Southend Saxons (BP)
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 392
Referee: Jack Makepeace

[56][57]


Round 22

7 February 2015
14:00
Cambridge 22 – 14 Chinnor
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 412
Referee: Andrew MacNeaney
7 February 2015
14:00
(BP) Worthing Raiders 33 – 11 Southend Saxons
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 432
Referee: Paul Kimber
7 February 2015
14:30
(BP) Bishop's Stortford 45 – 20 Redruth
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 210
Referee: James Sullivan
7 February 2015
14:30
(BP) Clifton 11 – 15 Dorking
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 175
Referee: James Clarke
7 February 2015
14:30
Launceston 16 – 13 Lydney (BP)
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 746
Referee: Luke Haskins
7 February 2015
15:00
(BP) Canterbury 31 – 14 Dings Crusaders
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 206
Referee: Robbie Bourke
7 February 2015
15:00
(BP) Old Elthamians 18 – 23 Henley Hawks
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 200
Referee: Christopher Ridley
7 February 2015
15:00
(BP) Taunton Titans 33 – 17 Shelford
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 215
Referee: Luis Caviglia

[58][59]


Round 23

14 February 2015
14:00
Dorking 13 – 6 Old Elthamians (BP)
Report
The Big Field
Attendance: 312
Referee: Andrew Rawson
14 February 2015
14:30
(BP) Dings Crusaders 26 – 54 Taunton Titans (BP)
Report
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 163
Referee: Luke Haskins
14 February 2015
14:30
Redruth 22 – 17 Worthing Raiders (BP)
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 690
Referee: James Sullivan
14 February 2015
14:00
Shelford 14 – 54 Bishop's Stortford (BP)
Report
The Davey Field
Attendance: 349
Referee: Alexis Manley
14 February 2015
15:00
(2BP) Chinnor 29 – 32 Clifton (BP)
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 297
Referee: Paul Kimber
14 February 2015
15:00
(BP) Henley Hawks 39 – 24 Canterbury
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 345
Referee: Mike Hudson
14 February 2015
15:00
(BP) Lydney 18 – 24 Cambridge (BP)
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 326
Referee: David Clarkson
14 February 2015
15:00
Southend Saxons 22 – 21 Launceston (BP)
Report
Warners Bridge Park
Attendance: 125
Referee: Calum Howard

[60][61]


Round 24

21 February 2015
14:00
(BP) Cambridge 26 – 19 Southend Saxons (BP)
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 432
Referee: Calum Howard
21 February 2015
14:00
(BP) Worthing Raiders 25 – 13 Launceston
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 436
Referee: Philip Davies
21 February 2015
14:30
(BP) Bishop's Stortford 50 – 0 Dings Crusaders
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 260
Referee: Claire Hodnett
21 February 2015
14:30
Clifton 10 – 19 Lydney
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 186
Referee: Ben Blain
21 February 2015
14:30
Old Elthamians 24 – 26 Chinnor (BP)
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 150
Referee: David Clarkson
21 February 2015
14:30
(BP) Redruth 41 – 5 Shelford
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 665
Referee: Shane Lewis
21 February 2015
15:00
Canterbury 15 – 15 Dorking
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 237
Referee: Alexis Manley
21 February 2015
15:00
(BP) Taunton Titans 28 – 34 Henley Hawks (BP)
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 650
Referee: Thomas Davies

[62][63]


Rounds 10, 19 & 21 (rescheduled matches)

28 February 2015
14:00
(BP) Bishop's Stortford 29 – 10 Worthing Raiders
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 270
Referee: Luis Caviglia
28 February 2015
15:00
(BP) Dorking 19 – 25 Southend Saxons
Report
The Big Field
Attendance: 282
Referee: Gareth Holsgrove
28 February 2015
15:00
(BP) Lydney 39 – 14 Clifton
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 422
Referee: Craig Maxwell Keys

[64][65]


Round 25

7 March 2015
14:30
Dings Crusaders 20 – 29 Redruth
Report
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 169
Referee: Neil Chivers
7 March 2015
14:30
Launceston 7 – 28 Cambridge (BP)
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 635
Referee: Veryan Boscawen
7 March 2015
15:00
Chinnor 14 – 3 Canterbury
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 253
Referee: Ian Bibey
7 March 2015
15:00
Dorking 17 – 51 Taunton Titans (BP)
Report
The Big Field
Attendance: 427
Referee: Christophe Ridley
7 March 2015
15:00
(BP) Henley Hawks 34 – 34 Bishop's Stortford (BP)
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 670
Referee: Claire Hodnett
7 March 2015
15:00
Lydney 23 – 23 Old Elthamians
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 461
Referee: Andrew Rawson
7 March 2015
15:00
Shelford 13 – 40 Worthing Raiders (BP)
Report
The Davey Field
Attendance: 218
Referee: Alexis Manley
7 March 2015
15:00
(BP) Southend Saxons 36 – 18 Clifton
Report
Warners Bridge Park
Attendance: 166
Referee: Thomas Davies

[66][67]


Round 26

14 March 2015
14:30
Clifton 8 – 29 Launceston (BP)
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 153
Referee: Ben Davis
14 March 2015
14:30
(BP) Taunton Titans 35 – 14 Chinnor
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 430
Referee: Alexis Manley
14 March 2015
15:00
(BP) Bishop's Stortford 32 – 8 Dorking
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 315
Referee: James Clarke
14 March 2015
15:00
Canterbury 22 – 9 Lydney
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 312
Referee: Rob Warburton
14 March 2015
15:00
(BP) Old Elthamians 51 – 28 Southend Saxons (BP)
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 150
Referee: Luis Caviglia
14 March 2015
15:00
Redruth 13 – 28 Henley Hawks
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 825
Referee: Christophe Ridley
14 March 2015
15:00
(BP) Shelford 43 – 29 Dings Crusaders (BP)
Report
The Davey Field
Attendance: 132
Referee: Calum Howard
14 March 2015
15:00
Worthing Raiders 19 – 43 Cambridge (BP)
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 449
Referee: Chris Newton

[68][69]


Round 27

28 March 2015
14:30
Dings Crusaders 5 – 31 Worthing Raiders (BP)
Report
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 172
Referee: Graeme Ormiston
28 March 2015
15:00
(BP) Cambridge 46 – 7 Clifton
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 443
Referee: Robbie Bourke
28 March 2015
15:00
(2BP) Chinnor 45 – 46 Bishop's Stortford (BP)
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 260
Referee: James Sullivan
28 March 2015
15:00
(BP) Dorking 50 – 7 Redruth
Report
The Big Field
Attendance: 475
Referee: Philip Davies
28 March 2015
15:00
(BP) Henley Hawks 66 – 17 Shelford
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 605
Referee: James Clark
28 March 2015
15:00
(BP) Launceston 29 – 5 Old Elthamians
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 559
Referee: Paul Kimber
28 March 2015
15:00
Lydney 7 – 33 Taunton Titans (BP)
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 406
Referee: Mike Hudson
28 March 2015
15:00
(BP) Southend Saxons 21 – 26 Canterbury (BP)
Report
Warners Bridge Park
Attendance: 220
Referee: Luke Haskins

[70][6]


Round 28

11 April 2015
14:30
(BP) Bishop's Stortford 38 – 7 Lydney
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 410
Referee: Philip Davies
11 April 2015
14:30
Dings Crusaders 22 – 38 Henley Hawks (BP)
Report
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 163
Referee: Christopher Newton
11 April 2015
15:00
(BP) Canterbury 18 – 20 Launceston
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 304
Referee: Veryan Boscawen
11 April 2015
15:00
Old Elthamians 27 – 26 Cambridge (2BP)
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 200
Referee: Neil Chivers
11 April 2015
15:00
Redruth 7 – 31 Chinnor (BP)
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 713
Referee: Sara Cox
11 April 2015
15:00
(BP) Shelford 33 – 64 Dorking (BP)
Report
The Davey Field
Attendance: 334
Referee: Robert Bourke
11 April 2015
15:00
(BP) Taunton Titans 52 – 18 Southend
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 325
Referee: James Clark
11 April 2015
15:00
(BP) Worthing Raiders 24 – 17 Clifton (BP)
Report
Roundstone Lane
Attendance: 748
Referee: Mike Hudson

[71][72]


Round 29

18 April 2015
14:30
Clifton 17 – 7 Old Elthamians
Report
Station Road
Attendance: 189
Referee: Brendan McGaffney
18 April 2015
15:00
(BP) Cambridge 58 – 49 Canterbury (BP)
Report
Grantchester Road
Attendance: 632
Referee: Tom Davis
18 April 2015
15:00
(BP) Chinnor 52 – 13 Shelford
Report
Kingsey Road
Attendance: 379
Referee: Calum Howard
18 April 2015
15:00
(BP) Dorking 62 – 19 Dings Crusaders
The Big Field
Attendance: 1,065
Referee: Paul Kimber
18 April 2015
15:00
(2BP) Henley Hawks 22 – 28 Worthing Raiders (BP)
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 525
Referee: Alexis Manley
18 April 2015
15:00
Launceston 19 – 30 Taunton Titans (BP)
Report
Polson Bridge
Attendance: 863
Referee: Mike Hudson
18 April 2015
15:00
(BP) Lydney 29 – 17 Redruth
Report
Regentsholme
Attendance: 530
Referee: Jack Makepeace
18 April 2015
15:00
(2BP) Southend Saxons 26 – 27 Bishop's Stortford (BP)
Report
Warners Bridge Park
Attendance: 453
Referee: Rob Warburton

[73][74]


Round 30

25 April 2015
14:30
(BP) Bishop's Stortford 31 – 24 Launceston (BP)
Report
Silver Leys
Attendance: 725
Referee: Thomas Davis
25 April 2015
14:30
Dings Crusaders 21 – 38 Chinnor (BP)
Report
Landseer Avenue
Attendance: 120
Referee: Adam Leal
25 April 2015
15:00
(BP) Canterbury 48 – 5 Clifton
Report
Merton Lane
Attendance: 357
Referee: David Clarkson
25 April 2015
15:00
(2BP) Henley Hawks 34 – 41 Dorking (BP)
Report
Dry Leas
Attendance: 865
Referee: Alexis Manley
25 April 2015
15:00
Old Elthamians 18 – 35 Worthing Raiders (BP)
Report
Foxbury Avenue
Attendance: 465
Referee: Andrew MacEaney
25 April 2015
15:00
Redruth 18 – 15 Southend Saxons (BP)
Report
The Recreation Ground
Attendance: 825
Referee: Calum Howard
25 April 2015
15:00
(2BP) Shelford 24 – 26 Lydney (BP)
Report
The Davey Field
Attendance: 257
Referee: Paul Kimber
25 April 2015
15:00
(BP) Taunton Titans 30 – 20 Cambridge
Report
Hyde Park
Attendance: 580
Referee: Daniel Parrott

[75][8]


Promotion play-off

Each season, the runners-up in the National League 2 South and National League 2 North participate in a play-off for promotion into National Division 1. Ampthill were runners-up in the North and because they had a better record than the South runners-up, Bishop's Stortford they hosted the play-off match.[76][77]

Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Difference Try Bonus Loss Bonus Points
Ampthill 30 26 1 3 1113 440 673 23 2 131
Bishop's Stortford 30 20 1 9 933 608 325 22 8 112


2 May 2015
15:00
Ampthill 19 – 10 Bishop's Stortford
Dillingham Park
Attendance: 1,253
Referee: Marcus Caton

[78][9]

Total season attendances

Club Home
Games
Total Average Highest Lowest % Capacity
Bishop's Stortford 15 4,883 326 725 180 20%
Cambridge 15 7,681 512 1,687 346 38%
Canterbury 15 4,104 274 504 183 25%
Chinnor 15 4,840 323 720 157 16%
Clifton 15 2,706 180 450 75 7%
Dings Crusaders 15 2,913 194 679 120 13%
Dorking 15 6,516 434 1,065 280 43%
Henley Hawks 15 7,490 499 865 340 12%
Launceston 15 10,088 673 1,315 411 22%
Lydney 15 6,148 410 611 315 27%
Old Elthamians 15 2,985 199 465 120 19%
Redruth 15 11,707 780 1,320 619 22%
Shelford 15 4,703 314 1,509 132 16%
Southend Saxons 15 3,052 203 453 97
Taunton Titans 15 5,990 399 650 215 20%
Worthing Raiders 15 8,227 548 853 300 35%

Individual statistics

  • Note that points scorers includes tries as well as conversions, penalties and drop goals. Appearance figures also include coming on as substitutes (unused substitutes not included).

Season records

See also

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