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London 2 South West

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

London 2 South West
Current season or competition:
2019–20 London 2 South West
England Rugby text logo.svg
SportRugby union
Number of teams12
Country England
HoldersKCS Old Boys (1st title) (2018–19)
(promoted to London 1 South)
Most titlesGosport & Fareham, Andover, Guildford, Chobham, Cobham (2 titles)
Websiteenglandrugby.com

London 2 South West is an English level 7 Rugby Union League.[1] It is made up of teams predominantly from south-west London, Surrey, and Hampshire. The 12 teams play home and away matches from September through to April. Each year all clubs in the division are also invited to take part in the RFU Intermediate Cup - a level 7 national competition.

Promoted teams move up to London 1 South with league champions going up automatically and the runners up playing a playoff against the runners up from London 2 South East while demoted teams usually drop down to London 3 South West.

Teams for 2019–20

Teams for 2018–19

Teams for 2017–18

Teams for 2016-17

Teams for 2015-16

Teams for 2014-15

Teams for 2013-14

Teams for 2012-13

1 Chobham 87

2 Sutton & Epsom 85

3 Guildford 80

4 Tottonians 71

5 Effingham & Leatherhead 59

6 Old Reigatian 50

7 Portsmouth 50

8 London Cornish 38

9 Teddington 37

10 Old Alleynian 35

11 KCS Old Boys 35

12 Camberley 15

Teams for 2011-12

1 Gosport & Fareham 97

2 Wimbledon 88

3 Guildford 67

4 London Cornish 59

5 Tottonians 55

6 Old Reigatian 54

7 Camberley 48

8 Effingham & Leatherhead 45

9 Chobham 43

10 Teddington 39

11 Twickenham 38

12 Bognor 15

Teams for 2010-11

London 2 South West Honours

London 2 South West Honours
Season No of teams Champions Runners–up Relegated Teams League Name
1998-99[2] 16 Effingham & Leatherhead Jersey Streatham-Croydon, Farnborough London Division 3 South West
1999-00[3] 17 Gosport & Fareham Jersey Multiple teams[a 1] London Division 3 South West
2000-01[4] 10 Portsmouth Gosport & Fareham Old Emanuel London Division 3 South West
2001-02[5] 10 Andover Cobham Weybridge Vandals London Division 3 South West
2002-03[6] 10 Richmond Barnes Dorking London Division 3 South West
2003-04[7] 10 Guildford Old Wimbledonians Old Blues London Division 3 South West
2004-05[8] 12 Jersey Effingham & Leatherhead Alton London Division 3 South West
2005-06[9] 12 Andover London Irish Amateur Weybridge Vandals, Farnham London Division 3 South West
2006-07[10] 12 Chobham Dorking Gosport & Fareham, Camberley, Old Mid-Whitgiftian London Division 3 South West
2007-08[11] 12 Cobham Purley John Fisher Old Wimbledonians, Andover London Division 3 South West
2008-09[12] 12 Chichester Wimbledon[a 2] No relegation[a 3] London Division 3 South West
2009-10[13] 12 London Irish Amateur Guernsey Winchester, London South Africa London Division 2 South West
2010-11[14] 12 Guernsey Trojans KCS Old Boys, Weybridge Vandals London Division 2 South West
2011-12[15] 12 Gosport & Fareham Wimbledon Bognor, Twickenham London Division 2 South West
2012-13[16] 12 Chobham Sutton & Epsom Camberley, KCS Old Boys London Division 2 South West
2013-14[17] 12 Guildford Gosport & Fareham Teddington, Trojans London Division 2 South West
2014-15[18] 12 Tottonians London Cornish Tadley, Farnham London Division 2 South West
2015-16[19] 12 Cobham London Cornish Basingstoke, Weybridge Vandals London Division 2 South West
2016-17[20] 12 London Cornish Camberley Warlingham, Portsmouth London Division 2 South West
2017-18[21] 12 Camberley Old Reigatian Andover, Winchester London Division 2 South West
2018-19[22] 12 KCS Old Boys Farnham Effingham & Leatherhead, Gosport & Fareham London Division 2 South West
2019–20 12
Green backgrounds are promotion places.

Promotion play-offs

Since the 2000–01 season there has been a play-off between the runners-up of London 2 South East and London 2 South West for the third and final promotion place to London 1 South. The team with the superior league record has home advantage in the tie. At the end of the 2018–19 season the London 2 South West teams have been the most successful with ten wins to the London 2 South East teams nine, and the home team has won promotion on eleven occasions compared to the away teams eight.

London 2 (south-east v south-west) promotion play-off results
Season Home team Score Away team Venue Attendance
2000-01[23] Gosport & Fareham (SW) 27-14 Sidcup (SE) Gosport Park, Gosport, Hampshire
2001-02[24] Sidcup (SE) 21-23 Cobham (SW) Crescent Farm, Sidcup, Kent
2002-03[25] Barnes (SW) 41-3 Dartfordians (SE) Barn Elms, Barnes, London
2003-04[26] Old Wimbledonians (SW) 3-24 Lewes (SE) Somerset Avenue, Wimbledon, London
2004-05[27] Sevenoaks (SE) 33-12 Effingham & Leatherhead (SW) Knole Paddock, Sevenoaks, Kent
2005-06[28] Purley John Fisher (SE) 15-23 London Irish Wild Geese (SW) Parsons Pightle, Old Coulsdon, Greater London
2006-07[29] Dorking (SW) 21-6 Purley John Fisher (SE) The Big Field, Brockham, Surrey
2007-08[30] Purley John Fisher (SW) 19-25 Dover (SE) Parsons Pightle, Old Coulsdon, Greater London 400
2008-09[31] Aylesford Bulls (SE)[a 4] 20-36 Wimbledon (SW) Hall Road, Aylesford, Kent
2009-10[33] Hove (SE) 17-14 Guernsey (SW) Hove Recreation Ground, Hove, East Sussex
2010-11[34] Aylesford Bulls (SE) 14-28 Trojans (SW) Hall Road, Aylesford, Kent
2011-12[35] Wimbledon (SW) 18-6 Charlton Park (SE) Barham Road, Wimbledon, London
2012-13[36] Charlton Park (SE) 12-15 Sutton & Epsom (SW) Broad Walk, Kidbrooke, Greater London
2013-14[37] Gosport & Fareham (SW) 14-10 Maidstone (SE) Gosport Park, Gosport, Hampshire
2014-15[38] Medway (SE) 29-12 London Cornish (SW) Priestfields, Rochester, Kent 600
2015-16[39] Sevenoaks (SE) 37-31 London Cornish (SW) Knole Paddock, Sevenoaks, Kent 234
2016-17[40] Camberley (SW) 17-20 Old Colfeians (SE) Watchetts Recreation Ground, Camberley, Surrey
2017-18[41] Hove (SE) 17-16 Old Reigatian (SW) Hove Recreation Ground, Hove, East Sussex
2018-19[42] Horsham (SE) 44-17 Farnham (SW) Coolhurst Ground, Horsham, West Sussex 600
2019-20
Green background is the promoted team. SE = London 2 South East (formerly London 3 South East) and SW = London 2 South West (formerly London 3 South West)

Number of league titles

Notes

  1. ^ Old Reigatian, Old Whitgiftian, Old Alleynians, Fawley, Purley John Fisher, Tottonians, Southampton, Reeds Weybridge, Cranleigh, Barnes and Cobham were the relegated teams this season. This was due to the creation of a new division 4 below this league for the 2000-01 season which would lead to a downsizing of the division from 17 teams to 10 resulting in much more relegation spots than usual.
  2. ^ Both Wimbledon and the runners up from London 2 East, Aylesford Bulls, were promoted to London 2 South this year.
  3. ^ There was no relegation this year as the division would be renamed London Division 2 South West for the 2009-10 season and along with the whole national restructuring of the league system by the RFU lead to mass changes at all levels.
  4. ^ Despite losing the playoff, Aylesford Bulls would join Wimbledon in London 1 South the following season.[32]

See also

References

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