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Gloucester Premier

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gloucester Premier
Current season or competition:
2019–20 Gloucester Premier
SportRugby union
Instituted2000; 19 years ago (2000)
Number of teams12
CountryEngland
HoldersSpartans (2nd title) (2018–19)
(promoted to Tribute Western Counties North)
Most titlesDrybrook (3 titles)
Websiteenglandrugby.com

Gloucester Premier is an English rugby union league which sits at the eighth level of league rugby union in England with teams largely being based in the county of Gloucestershire and Bristol. The league champions are automatically promoted to Tribute Western Counties North while the runner-up play the runner-up from Tribute Somerset Premier for the third promotion place. Relegated teams drop down into Gloucester 1.

Each year all clubs in the division also take part in the RFU Senior Vase - a level 8 national competition.

Teams 2019–20

Teams 2018–19

Teams 2017–18

Teams 2016–17

Team Ground Town/Village Previous season
Barton Hill Duncombe Road Speedwell, Bristol relegated from Tribute Western Counties North
Berry Hill Lakers Road Coleford, Gloucestershire 3rd
Cheltenham North Bishops Cleeve, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire level transfer from Midlands 3 West (South) (8th)
Cheltenham Saracens King George V Playing Field Cheltenham, Gloucestershire 4th
Chipping Sodbury Wickwar Road Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire 5th
Frampton Cotterell The Park Frampton Cotterell, Gloucestershire 8th
Gordon League Hempsted Lane Gloucester, Gloucestershire promoted from Gloucester 1 (2nd)
Hucclecote Charlies Way Hucclecote, Gloucestershire 9th
Longlevens Longford Lane Longlevens, Gloucestershire 10th
North Bristol Oaklands Almondsbury, Bristol 6th
Old Richians Sandyleaze Gloucester, Gloucestershire promoted from Gloucester 1 (1st)
St Mary's Old Boys Trench Lane Almondsbury, Bristol 7th

Teams 2015–16

The 2015–16 Gloucester Premier consisted of twelve teams from Gloucestershire and Bristol. The season started on 5 September 2015 and the last match was played on 23 April 2016. Eight of the twelve teams participated in last season's competition.

Gloucester Premier is located in Gloucestershire
Berry Hill
Berry Hill
Bream
Bream
Bristol S
Bristol S
Chipping S
Chipping S
Frampton C
Frampton C
Hucclecote
Hucclecote
Longlevens
Longlevens
N Bristol
N Bristol
St Mary's OB
St Mary's OB
Tewkesbury
Tewkesbury
Locations of the 2015-16 Gloucester Premier teams
Team Ground Town/Village Previous season
Berry Hill Lakers Road Coleford, Gloucestershire 5th
Bream High Street Bream, Lydney, Gloucestershire 9th
Bristol Saracens Bakewell Memorial Ground Patchway, Bristol relegated from Tribute Western Counties North (12th)
Cheltenham Saracens King George V Playing Field Cheltenham, Gloucestershire 3rd
Chipping Sodbury Wickwar Road Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire promoted from Gloucester 1 (runner-up)
Cirencester The Whiteway Cirencester, Gloucestershire 6th
Frampton Cotterell The Park Frampton Cotterell, Gloucestershire 8th
Hucclecote Charlies Way Hucclecote, Gloucestershire 7th
Longlevens Longford Lane Longlevens, Gloucestershire promoted from Gloucester 1 (champions)
North Bristol Oaklands Almondsbury, Bristol relegated from Tribute Western Counties North (13th)
St Mary's Old Boys Trench Lane Almondsbury, Bristol 4th
Tewkesbury The Moats Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire 10th

League table

2015–16 Gloucester Premier League Table[1]
Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Points diff Try bonus Loss bonus Points
1 Bristol Saracens (P) 22 22 0 0 1041 210 931 19 0 107
2 Cirencester (P) 22 17 0 5 669 304 365 14 2 84
3 Berry Hill 22 15 1 6 524 331 193 10 4 76
4 Cheltenham Saracens 22 14 0 8 586 373 213 11 5 72
5 Chipping Sodbury 22 14 0 8 559 369 190 11 2 69
6 North Bristol 22 12 1 9 499 388 111 9 4 63
7 St Mary's Old Boys 22 10 0 12 493 548 −55 8 3 51
8 Frampton Cotterell 22 8 0 14 388 660 −272 8 1 41
9 Hucclecote 22 8 0 14 416 479 −63 6 2 40
10 Longlevens 22 7 0 15 352 566 −214 4 5 37
11 Tewkesbury 22 4 0 18 295 801 −506 1 0 17
12 Bream 22 0 0 22 168 961 −793 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: 27 August 2016

Teams 2014–15

Stroud are champions and along with the runner-up Whitehall (play-off winner) were promoted to Tribute Western Counties North. Painswick and Gordon League were relegated to Gloucester 1.

Teams 2013–14

  • Bristol Saracens
  • Dursley
  • Frampton Cotterill
  • Gordon League
  • Hucclecote (promoted from Gloucester 1)
  • Newent (promoted from Gloucester 1)
  • Painswick
  • Southmead
  • Stroud
  • St Mary's Old Boys
  • Tewkesbury
  • Whitehall

Teams 2012–13

  • Bristol Saracens
  • Drybrook
  • Dursley
  • Frampton Cotterell
  • Gordon League
  • Painswick
  • Southmead
  • Stroud
  • St Mary's Old Boys (SW)
  • Tewkesbury
  • Whitehall
  • Widden Old Boys

Teams 2011–12

  • Bishopston
  • Bristol Saracens
  • Drybrook
  • Frampton Cotterell
  • Longlevens
  • Old Bristolians
  • Old Colstonians
  • Old Richians
  • Southmead
  • St. Mary's Old Boys
  • Tewkesbury
  • Widden Old Boys

Teams 2010–11

  • Bristol Saracens
  • Brockworth
  • Frampton Cotterell
  • Gloucester Old Boys
  • Old Bristolians
  • Old Colstonians
  • Old Richians
  • Ross-on-Wye RFC
  • Southmead
  • Tewkesbury
  • Whitehall RFC
  • Widden Old Boys

Teams 2009–10

  • Bristol Saracens
  • Cirencester
  • Frampton Cotterell
  • Gloucester Old Boys
  • Hucclecote
  • Matson
  • Old Colstonians
  • Old Richians
  • Ross-on-Wye RFC
  • Spartans
  • Tewkesbury
  • Whitehall

Teams 2008–09

  • Bristol Saraces
  • Cirencester
  • Drybrook
  • Frampton Cotterell
  • Gloucester Old Boys
  • Hucclecote
  • Matson
  • Old Bristolians
  • Old Colstonians
  • Old Richians
  • Spartans
  • Whitehall

Teams 2007–08

  • Aretians
  • Cirencester
  • Drybrook
  • Frampton Cotterell
  • Gloucester Old Boys
  • Hartpury College
  • Hucclecote
  • Matson
  • North Bristol
  • Old Colstonians
  • Old Richians
  • Whitehall

Teams 2006–07

  • Aretians
  • Avonmouth Old Boys
  • Cirencester
  • Drybrook
  • Frampton Cotterell
  • Longlevens
  • Matson
  • Old Colstonians
  • Old Richians
  • Painswick
  • Widden Old Boys
  • Whitehall

Teams 2005–06

  • Aretians
  • Barton Hill
  • Chosen Hill Former Pupils
  • Drybrook
  • Longlevens
  • Matson
  • Old Colstonians
  • Old Richians
  • Painswick
  • Widden Old Boys

Teams 2004–05

  • Aretians
  • Avonmouth Old Boys
  • Barton Hill
  • Chosen Hill Former Pupils
  • Longlevens
  • North Bristol
  • Old Richians
  • Painswick
  • Southmead
  • Tewkesbury

Teams 2003–04

  • Aretians
  • Avonmouth Old Boys
  • Cheltenham North
  • Chipping Sodbury
  • Cirencester
  • Chosen Hill Former Pupils
  • Longlevens
  • North Bristol
  • Old Bristolians
  • Painswick

Teams 2002–03

  • Aretians
  • Avonmouth Old Boys
  • Barton Hill
  • Cirencester
  • Chosen Hill Former Pupils
  • Drybrook
  • Hucclecote
  • Longlevens
  • North Bristol
  • Painswick

Teams 2001–02

  • Avonmouth Old Boys
  • Barton Hill
  • Bristol Saracens
  • Cirencester
  • Chipping Sodbury
  • Chosen Hill Former Pupils
  • Drybrook
  • Hucclecote
  • Longlevens
  • Spartans

Gloucester Premier honours

Gloucester Premier honours
Season No of teams Champions Runners–up Relegated team(s) League name
2000–01[2] 10 Thornbury Old Centralians Brockworth, Bream, Aretians Gloucester Premier
2001–02[3] 10 Spartans Drybrook Chipping Sodbury, Bristol Saracens Gloucester Premier
2002-03[4] 10 Drybrook Barton Hill Hucclecote Gloucester Premier
2003–04[5] 10 Cheltenham North Chosen Hill Former Pupils Cirencester, Old Bristolians, Chipping Sodbury Gloucester Premier
2004–05[6] 10 North Bristol Avonmouth Old Boys Southmead, Tewkesbury Gloucester Premier
2005–06[7] 10 Chosen Hill Former Pupils Barton Hill No relegation[a 1] Gloucester Premier
2006–07[8] 12 Avonmouth Old Boys Widden Old Boys Longlevens, Painswick Gloucester Premier
2007–08[9] 12 Hartpury College North Bristol Aretians High Bridge Jewellers Gloucester Premier
2008–09[10] 12 Drybrook Southmead No relegation High Bridge Jewellers Gloucester Premier
2009–10[11] 12 Matson Cirencester Hucclecote, Spartans Gloucester Premier
2010–11[12] 12 Whitehall Old Richians Gloucester Old Boys, Brockworth, Ross-on-Wye Gloucester Premier
2011–12[13] 12 Old Bristolians Drybrook Longlevens, Bishopston, Old Colstonians Gloucester Premier
2012–13[14] 12 Drybrook Frampton Cotterell Widden Old Boys Gloucester Premier
2013–14[15] 12 Newent Bristol Saracens Southmead, Dursley Gloucester Premier
2014–15[16] 12 Stroud Whitehall Painswick, Gordon League Gloucester Premier
2015–16[17] 12 Bristol Saracens Cirencester Bream, Tewkesbury Gloucester Premier
2016–17[18] 12 Old Richians St Mary's Old Boys North Bristol, Berry Hill, Cheltenham North Gloucester Premier
2017–18[19] 12 Chipping Sodbury Barton Hill Cirencester Wadworth 6x Gloucester Premier
2018–19[20] 12 Spartans Bristol Saracens Gloucester Old Boys, Gordon League Wadworth 6x Gloucestershire Premier
2019–20 12 Wadworth 6x Gloucestershire Premier
Green backgrounds are promotion places.

Promotion play-offs

Since the 2000–01 season there has been a play-off between the runners-up of the Gloucester Premier and Tribute Somerset Premier for the third and final promotion place to Tribute Western Counties North. The team with the superior league record has home advantage in the tie. At the end of the 2018–19 season Gloucester Premier teams have been the most successful with thirteen wins to the Tribute Somerset Premier teams six; and the home team has won promotion on twelve occasions compared to the away teams seven.

Gloucester Premier v Tribute Somerset Premier promotion play-off results
Season Home team Score Away team Venue Attendance
2000–01[21] Gordano (S) 19-21 Old Centralians (G) Caswell Lane, Portbury, Somerset
2001–02[22] Yatton (S) 32-0 Drybrook (G) The Park, Yatton, Somerset
2002–03[23] Barton Hill (G) 36-0 Midsomer Norton (S) Duncombe Lane, Speedwell, Bristol
2003–04[24] Nailsea & Backwell (S)[a 2] Chosen Hill Former Pupils (G) West End Park, Nailsea, Somerset
2004–05[25] Tor (S) 25-26 Avonmouth Old Boys (G) Brian Harbinson Memorial Park, Glastonbury, Somerset
2005–06[26] Barton Hill (G) 20-0 Tor (S) Duncombe Lane, Speedwell, Bristol
2006–07[27] Midsomer Norton (S) 10-31 Widden Old Boys (G) Norton Down Playing Fields, Midsomer Norton, Somerset
2007–08[28] North Bristol (G) 29-17 Chew Valley (S) Oaklands, Almondsbury, Gloucestershire
2008–09[29] Southmead (G) 20-14 North Petherton (S) Greenway Centre, Southmead, Bristol
2009–10[30] Cirencester (G) 35-17 Chard (S) The Whiteway, Cirencester, Gloucestershire
2010–11[31] Chard (S) 32-12 Old Richians (G) Essex Close, Chard, Somerset
2011–12[32] Wells (S) 18-10 Drybrook (G) Charter Way, Wells, Somerset
2012–13[33] Midsomer Norton (S) 28-12 Frampton Cotterell (G) Norton Down Playing Fields, Midsomer Norton, Somerset
2013–14[34] Bristol Saracens (G) 19-8 Tor (S) Bakewell Memorial Ground, Henbury, Bristol
2014–15[35] Winscombe (S) 13-21 Whitehall (G) Winscombe Recreation Ground, Winscombe, Somerset
2015–16[36] Winscombe (S) 21-22 Cirencester (G) Winscombe Recreation Ground, Winscombe, Somerset
2016–17[37] Oldfield Old Boys (S) 9-6 St Mary's Old Boys (G) Shaft Road, Monkton Combe, Somerset 1,000
2017–18[38] Wiveliscombe (S) 12-15 Barton Hill (G) Recreational Ground, Wiveliscombe, Somerset
2018–19[39] Burnham-on-Sea (S) 24-25 Bristol Saracens (G) BASC Ground, Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset
2019–20
Green background is the promoted team. G = Gloucester Premier and S = Somerset Premier

Number of league titles

Notes

  1. ^ There was no relegation as the division would be expanded from 10 to 12 teams for the next season.
  2. ^ The result of the 2003-04 playoff between Nailsea & Backwell and Chosen Hill Former Pupils is unknown due to all the south-west promotion playoff games from this season missing from the RFU website. However, as Nailsea & Backwell were in the higher division the next season (and Chosen Hill Former Pupils were not) it is assumed they won the playoff game. Nailsea & Backwell would also have hosted the game as they had a better points record in their league than Chosen Hill Former Pupils did in theirs.

See also

References

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