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Surrey 1
Current season or competition:
2019–20 Surrey 1
England Rugby text logo.svg
SportRugby union
Number of teams10
Country England
HoldersReeds Weybridge (1st title) (2018–19)
(promoted to London 3 South West)
Most titlesFarnham, Old Wellingtonians (2 titles)
Websiteenglandrugby.com

Surrey 1 is a level 9 English Rugby Union League. It is made up of teams predominantly from Surrey and south-west London. Teams play home and away matches from September through to April. Promoted teams move up to London 3 South West with the league winners going straight up and the runners up playing against the runners up from Hampshire Premier. Relegated teams drop to Surrey 2.

Each year some of the clubs in this division also take part in the RFU Junior Vase - a level 9-12 national competition.

Teams for 2019-20

Teams for 2018-19

Teams for 2017-18

Teams for 2016-17

  • Chipstead
  • Law Society
  • Old Amplefordians (promoted from Surrey 2)
  • Old Emanuel
  • Old Freemans
  • Old Georgians (promoted from Surrey 2)
  • Old Mid-Whitgiftian
  • Old Wellingtonians
  • Old Whitgiftians
  • Old Wimbledonians
  • Purley John Fisher (relegated from London 3 South West)

Teams for 2015-16

  • Chipstead
  • Kingston
  • Law Society
  • Old Cranleighans
  • Old Emanuel (promoted from Surrey 2)
  • Old Freemans (promoted from Surrey 2)
  • Old Paulines
  • Old Wellingtonians
  • Old Whitgiftians
  • Old Wimbledonians

Teams for 2014-15

Teams for 2012-13

  • Cranleigh
  • Croydon
  • Farnham
  • Kingston
  • Old Cranleighans
  • Old Freemens
  • Old Tiffinians
  • Old Walcountians
  • Old Whitgiftians
  • Old Wimbledonians

Surrey 1 Honours

Surrey 1 Honours
Season No of Teams Champions Runners–up Relegated Teams League Name
1998-99[1] 13 Cobham Chobham Wandsworthians, Chipstead Surrey 1
1999-00[2] 13 Chobham KCS Old Boys No relegation[a 1] Surrey 1
2000-01[3] 17 Farnham Kingston Streatham-Croydon, Woking Surrey 1
2001-02[4] 17 London Irish Amateur KCS Old Boys Old Walcountians, Raynes Park, Old Alleynians Surrey 1
2002-03[5] 17 KCS Old Boys Old Paulines Merton, Kingston Surrey 1
2003-04[6] 17 Old Amplefordians Old Reigatian Reeds Weybridge Surrey 1
2004-05[7] 16 Old Wellingtonians London Cornish Multiple teams[a 2] Surrey 1
2005-06[8] 10 Warlingham Old Caterhamians Old Blues Surrey 1
2006-07[9] 11 Old Wellingtonians London South Africa Law Society, Old Emanuel Surrey 1
2007-08[10] 10 Kingston Old Alleynians Old Amplefordians, Cranleigh Surrey 1
2008-09[11] 10 Old Paulines Old Whitgiftian Old Caterhamians Surrey 1
2009-10[12] 10 Teddington Old Whitgiftian Farnham, Battersea Ironsides Surrey 1
2010-11[13] 11 Old Freemens Old Blues Chipstead, Bec Old Boys Surrey 1
2011-12[14] 10 London Exiles Old Paulines CL London Surrey 1
2012-13[15] 10 Farnham Old Cranleighans Croydon, Cranleigh Surrey 1
2013-14[16] 10 Old Tiffinians Old Tonbridgians Old Freemens, Old Blues, Old Walcountians Surrey 1
2014-15[17] 10 Battersea Ironsides Camberley Old Wellingtonians, Chipstead Surrey 1
2015-16[18] 10 Old Cranleighans Old Freemens Old Paulines, Kingston Surrey 1
2016-17[19] 11 Old Emanuel Old Whitgiftian Purley John Fisher, Old Wellingtonians Surrey 1
2017-18[20] 10 Old Whitgiftian Old Georgians Old Blues Surrey 1
2018-19[21] 10 Reeds Weybridge Weybridge Vandals Old Wimbledonians, Old Amplefordians Surrey 1
2019-20 10 Surrey 1
Green backgrounds are promotion places.

Promotion play-offs

Since the 2000–01 season there has been a play-off between the runners-up of Hampshire Premier and Surrey 1 for the third and final promotion place to London 3 South West. The team with the superior league record has home advantage in the tie. At the end of the 2017–18 season the Surrey 1 teams have been the most successful with twelve wins to the Hampshire Premier teams seven; and the home team has won promotion on eleven occasions compared to the away teams eight.

Hampshire Premier v Surrey 1 promotion play-off results
Season Home team Score Away team Venue Attendance
2000–01[22] Trojans (H) 15-14 Kingston (S) Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh, Hampshire
2001–02[23] Southampton (H) 27-18 KCS Old Boys (S) Test Park Playing Fields, Southampton, Hampshire
2002–03[24] Farnborough (H) 5-63 Old Paulines (S) Oak Farm Playing Fields, Farnborough, Hampshire
2003–04[25] Trojans (H) 14-46 Old Reigatian (S) Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh, Hampshire
2004–05[26] London Cornish (S) 27-14 Sandown & Shanklin (H) Richardson Evans Memorial Playing Fields, Roehampton, London
2005–06[27] United Services Portsmouth (H) 20-28 Old Caterhamians (S) United Services Recreation Ground, Portsmouth, Hampshire
2006–07[28] London South Africa (S) 71-10 Ellingham & Ringwood (H) Wimbledon Park Athletics Stadium, Wimbledon, London
2007–08[29] Sandown & Shanklin (H) 15-16 Old Alleynians (S) The Fairway Ground, Sandown, Isle of Wight
2008–09[30] Sandown & Shanklin (H) 17-10 Old Whitgiftian (S) The Fairway Ground, Sandown, Isle of Wight
2009–10[31] Petersfield (H) 19-15 Old Whitgiftian (S) Penn's Place, Petersfield, Hampshire
2010–11[32] Eastleigh (H) 30-10 Old Blues (S) The Hub, Eastleigh, Hampshire
2011–12[33] Fordingbridge (H) 11-29 Old Paulines (S) The Recreation Ground, Fordingbridge, Hampshire
2012–13[34] Old Cranleighans (S) 21-19 Fordingbridge (H) The Old Cranleighan Club, Thames Ditton, Surrey
2013–14[35] Fordingbridge (H) 6-36 Old Tonbridgians (S) The Recreation Ground, Fordingbridge, Hampshire
2014–15[36] Camberley (S) 49-10 Millbrook (H) Watchetts Recreation Ground, Camberley, Surrey
2015–16[37] Bognor (H) HWO[a 3] Old Freemens (S) Hampshire Avenue, Bognor Regis, West Sussex
2016–17[38] New Milton & District (H) 41-17 Old Whitgiftian (S) Normans Way, Ashley, Hampshire
2017–18[39] Bognor (H) 7-52 Old Georgians (S) Hampshire Avenue, Bognor Regis, West Sussex
2018–19[40] Sandown & Shanklin (H) 18-22 Weybridge Vandals (S) The Fairway Ground, Sandown, Isle of Wight
2019–20
Green background is the promoted team. H = Hampshire Premier and S = Surrey 1

Number of league titles

  • Farnham (2)
  • Old Wellingtonians (2)
  • Battersea Ironsides (1)
  • Chobham (1)
  • Cobham (1)
  • KCS Old Boys (1)
  • Kingston (1)
  • London Exiles (1)
  • London Irish Amateur (1)
  • Old Amplefordians (1)
  • Old Cranleighans (1)
  • Old Emanuel (1)
  • Old Freemens (1)
  • Old Paulines (1)
  • Old Tiffinians (1)
  • Old Whitgiftian (1)
  • Reeds Weybridge (1)
  • Teddington (1)
  • Warlingham (1)

Notes

  1. ^ No relegation due to league restructuring for the following season as Surrey 4 abolished and extra teams added to Surrey 1 (and other divisions) as a result.
  2. ^ Streatham-Croydon, Old Cranleighans, Old Rutlishians, Old Haileyburians, Old Freemens and Old Whitgiftian were the relegated teams this season. The reason for lots of relegations was due to reinstatement of Surrey 4 for the 2005-06 season, meaning that teams dropped into Surrey 2 to replace teams that had in turn dropped to Surrey 3 and in turn to the new Surrey 4.
  3. ^ Bognor were promoted as Old Freemens did not manage to raise a team for the 2015-16 play-off game.

See also

References

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  33. ^ "A Bridge too far". Fordingbridge Rugby Club (Pitchero). 28 April 2012.
  34. ^ "So close". Fordingbridge Rugby Club (Pitchero). 20 April 2013.
  35. ^ "Hot to Handle". Fordingbridge Rugby Club (Pitchero). 26 April 2014.
  36. ^ "Cam Overwhelm Millbrook and win Promotion". Camberley RFC (Pitchero). 25 April 2015.
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  40. ^ "Hurricanes Come Agonisingly Close to Promotion". Sandown & Shanklin RFC (Pitchero). 13 April 2019.

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