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Sussex 1
Current season or competition:
2018–19 Sussex 1
England Rugby text logo.svg
SportRugby union
Number of teams8
Country England
HoldersUckfield (4th title) (2018–19)
(promoted to London 3 South East))
Most titlesUckfield (4 titles)
Websiteenglandrugby.com

Sussex 1 (known as Harvey's of Sussex 1 due to sponsorship reasons) is an English level 9 Rugby Union League.[1] It is made up of teams predominantly from Sussex. Teams play home and away matches from September through to April. The league champions are automatically promoted up to London 3 South East, while the second placed team plays a promotion playoff against the second placed team from Shepherd Neame Kent 1. Relegated teams drop to Sussex Canterbury Jack Division 2. Only 1st XV sides can be promoted into London 3 South East, although any team can be relegated into Sussex Canterbury Jack Division 2.

The system from 2017-18 sees the eight team league play home and away games against each team in the league (14 games each) up until February when the league splits into two mini leagues of 4 teams (Sussex 1A and Sussex 1B) based on league ranking. Each team then a further 6 games against teams in their group (home and away) with the teams in the promotion group (1A) playing off for the title, and the teams in the relegation group (1B) playing to avoid the drop. Note that points from the first stage are carried into the second.

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

Teams for 2015-16

Teams for 2014-15

Teams for 2012-13

Sussex Spitfire 1 Honours

Sussex Spitfire 1 Honours
Season No of Teams Champions Runners–up Relegated Teams League Name
1998-99[2] 9 Hove Crowborough Burgess Hill, Ditchling, Old Brightonian Sussex 1
1999-00[3] 8 Bognor Crowborough No relegation[a 1] Sussex 1
2000-01[4] 10 Uckfield Hastings & Bexhill Holbrook, Newick, Seaford Sussex 1
2001-02[5] 10 Chichester Heathfield & Waldron St Francis, Sussex Police Sussex 1
2002-03[6] 9 Uckfield Hastings & Bexhill Chichester IHE, Hellingly Sussex 1
2003-04[7] 10 Hove Hastings & Bexhill Rye, Norfolk Arms Sussex 1
2004-05[8] 8 Horsham Hastings & Bexhill No relegation[a 2] Sussex 1
2005-06[9] 9 Crowborough Hastings & Bexhill Hellingly[a 3] Sussex 1
2006-07[10] 10 Hastings & Bexhill Horsham Plumpton[a 4] Sussex 1
2007-08[11] 9 Heathfield & Waldron East Grinstead Burgess Hill, Hellingly[a 5] Sussex 1
2008-09[12] 11 Brighton Uckfield No relegation Sussex 1
2009-10[13] 12 Crawley Uckfield Lewes II Sussex Spitfire 1
2010-11[14] 12 Uckfield Burgess Hill St Francis, Worthing III Sussex Spitfire 1
2011-12[15] 10 Pulborough East Grinstead II, Burgess Hill (3rd)[a 6] Eastbourne II[a 7] Sussex Spitfire 1
2012-13[16] 12 Burgess Hill Eastbourne Midhurst, Newick Sussex Spitfire 1
2013-14[17] 12 Pulborough Crawley Lewes II, Haywards Heath II Sussex Spitfire 1
2014-15[18] 12 Eastbourne Burgess Hill Holbrook, Rye Sussex Spitfire 1
2015-16[19] 12 Lewes Haywards Heath Crowborough II, Midhurst Sussex Spitfire 1
2016-17[20] 10[a 8] Crawley Uckfield Horsham II, Brighton II Sussex Spitfire 1
2017-18[21][22] 8 Hellingly Uckfield Barns Green Harvey's of Sussex 1
2018-19[23][24] 8 Uckfield Crawley No relegation Harvey's of Sussex 1
2019-20 8 Harvey's of Sussex 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 Shepherd Neame Kent 1 and Sussex Spitfire 1 for the third and final promotion place to London 3 South East. The team with the superior league record has home advantage in the tie. At the end of the 2018–19 season the Shepherd Neame Kent 1 teams have been the most successful with fourteen wins to the Sussex Spitfire 1 teams five; and the home team has won promotion on eleven occasions compared to the away teams eight.

Shepherd Neame Kent 1 v Sussex Spitfire 1 promotion play-off results
Season Home team Score Away team Venue Attendance
2000–01[25] Hastings & Bexhill (S) 12-29 Betteshanger (K) William Parker Lower School, Hastings, East Sussex
2001–02[26] Heathfield & Waldron (S) 25-12 Whitstable (K) Hardy Roberts Recreational Ground, Cross In Hand, Heathfield, East Sussex
2002–03[27] Ashford (K) 10-0 Hastings & Bexhill (S) Canterbury Road, Ashford, Kent
2003–04[28] Hastings & Bexhill (S) 13-21 Old Elthamians (K) William Parker Lower School, Hastings, East Sussex
2004–05[29] Hastings & Bexhill (S) 0-22 Sittingbourne (K) William Parker Lower School, Hastings, East Sussex
2005–06[30] Hastings & Bexhill (S) 17-18 Ashford (K) William Parker Lower School, Hastings, East Sussex
2006–07[31] Horsham (S) 33-7 Park House (K) Coolhurst Ground, Horsham, West Sussex
2007–08[32] Old Gravesendians (K) 8-14 East Grinstead (S) Fleetway Sports Ground, Gravesend, Kent
2008–09[33] Old Gravesendians (K) 10-5 Uckfield (S) Fleetway Sports Ground, Gravesend, Kent 300
2009–10[34] Uckfield (S) 19-21 Cranbrook (K) Hempstead Playing Fields, Uckfield, East Sussex
2010–11[35] Sheppey (K) 42-10 Burgess Hill (S) Stupple Field, Minster, Kent 500
2011–12[36] Vigo (K) 10-7 Burgess Hill (S)[a 9] Swanswood Field, Meopham, Kent 400
2012–13[37] Eastbourne (S) 0-47 Beccehamian (K) Park Avenue, Eastbourne, East Sussex
2013–14[38] Crawley (S) 22-41 Hastings & Bexhill (K) Willoughby Fields Pavilion, Crawley, West Sussex
2014–15[39] Burgess Hill (S) 26-23 Sheppey (K) Southway Recreation Ground, Burgess Hill, West Sussex
2015–16[40] Haywards Heath (S) 13-8 Old Williamsonians (K) Whitemans Green, Cuckfield, West Sussex
2016–17[41] Old Williamsonians (K) 20-17 Uckfield (S) Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School, Rochester, Kent
2017–18[42] Vigo (K) 31-17 Uckfield (S) Swanswood Field, Meopham, Kent
2018–19[43] Gillingham Anchorians (K) 23-21 Crawley (S) Darland Banks, Gillingham, Kent
2019–20
Green background is the promoted team. K = Shepherd Neame Kent 1 and S = Sussex 1

Number of league titles

Notes

  1. ^ No relegation as Sussex 3 would be abolished at the end of the season leading to the Sussex league being restructured and Sussex 1 increasing from 8 to 10 teams.
  2. ^ No relegation as Sussex 2 and Sussex 3 would be abolished at the end of the season. Sussex 2 and 3's equivalents would reappearing in 2010-11 as Sussex Canterbury Jack Intermediate and the Asahi 2 East/Oranjeboom 2 West respectively.
  3. ^ Hellingly drop out of league by season's end.
  4. ^ Plumpton drop out of league by season's end.
  5. ^ Burgess Hill and Hellingly drop out of league by season's end.
  6. ^ Despite finishing 2nd East Grinstead II were not able to take part in the 2011-12 promotion playoff due to the East Grinstead first team being in the division above. This meant that 3rd placed Burgess Hill went into the playoff game instead.
  7. ^ Despite finishing 2nd Eastbourne II were relegated as Eastbourne first team would drop down to division.
  8. ^ A number of teams (mostly 2nd teams) would withdraw prior to the 2016-17 season.
  9. ^ Despite finishing 3rd in the league Burgess Hill took 2nd placed East Grinstead II place in the 2011-12 promotion playoff as East Grinstead's first team were in the division above.

See also

References

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  3. ^ "1999-2000 London South East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 21 February 2015.
  4. ^ "2000-2001 London South East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 21 February 2015.
  5. ^ "1998-1999 London South East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 21 February 2015.
  6. ^ "2002-2003 London South East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 21 February 2015.
  7. ^ "2003-2004 London South East Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 21 February 2015.
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  33. ^ "Old Gravesendians 10-5 Uckfield". News Shopper. 28 April 2009.
  34. ^ "Cranes in stunning fightback". This is Kent. 23 April 2010.
  35. ^ "Sheppey 42 - 10 Burgess Hill". Sheppey RFC (Pitchero). 16 April 2011.
  36. ^ "Vigo 10 - 7 Burgess Hill". Burgess Hill RFC (Pitchero). 28 April 2012.
  37. ^ "What a finish to the season..." Beccehamian RFC (Pitchero). 27 April 2013.
  38. ^ "Crawley Miss Out On Successive Promotions". Crawley RFC (Pitchero). 26 April 2014.
  39. ^ "BHRFC 1 v Sheppey". Burgess Hill RFC (Pitchero). 25 April 2015.
  40. ^ "Haywards Heath 13, Old Williamsonians 8: Heath gain promotion with home win after tense play-off". Mid Sussex Times. 2 May 2016.
  41. ^ "London & SE Division Play-Offs 2016-17". England Rugby. 22 April 2017.
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  43. ^ "Gillingham Anchorians v Crawley London & SE Division – Level 9 Play-off, 15:00 13th April 2019". Gillingham Anchorians RFC. 15 April 2019.

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