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Yorkshire Division One
Current season or competition:
2019–20 Yorkshire 1
England Rugby text logo.svg
SportRugby union
Instituted1987; 32 years ago (1987)
Number of teams14
Country England
HoldersMoortown (1st title) (2018–19)
(promoted to North 1 East)
Most titlesMalton & Norton (2 titles)
WebsiteEngland Rugby

Yorkshire Division One is an English rugby union division, the seventh tier of the domestic competition, and the top level for local rugby union in Yorkshire. The champions are automatically promoted to North 1 East, a division with a wider geographical area which also encompasses north east England. The runners-up participates in a playoff against the 2nd place team from the equivalent regional league, Durham/Northumberland 1, for promotion to North 1 East. The bottom two clubs are relegated to Yorkshire 2.

Each season a team from Yorkshire 1 is picked to take part in the RFU Intermediate Cup - a national competition for clubs at level 7.

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What have we got in this one? Charcoal and soil samples. Have all the best bits, don't we? Bone. Species, human. East ditch. Human adult, femur, shaft right. Bone, south-west corner, Barrow Ditch. Bone, north-east corner, Barrow Ditch. Some of this will be pig bones and piglet bones, associated with the burial. And we're actually keeping some of this in silver foil in case we want to do any further C14 dating, so that there's less risk of contamination. Back in March, 2001, we had a call from an associate of the department saying that they'd found a large grave in Yorkshire, and it looked like it had some interesting metal objects in it. The Museum was really asked whether or not we could provide both the conservation expertise, because we knew there was going to be metal in there, and archaeological metals can be very difficult to lift and handle in the field, but also, really, to provide excavation support. So, in mid-March, 2001, I found myself heading for east Yorkshire and arrived on site to find that it was rather cold and wet. But that's the nature of British archaeology. When the Museum arrived, we were working in partnership with the Guildhouse Consultancy, who had done the rescue excavations on the site in advance of the build. But because of the tree preservation order and the moving of the road, this was seen – these were sort of emergencymeasures. So, English Heritage very kindly came forward and sponsored the excavation, the actual cost of running the excavation, as it was seen as an unforeseen archaeological discovery, and Hogg, the builders, who were the owners of the site and doing the development, before anything came out of the ground, agreed to donate everything to the Museum. The site itself, when we got there, was really quite restricted. It ended being, I suppose, about ten metres square, but partly truncated by the road. The grave cut itself, well, it actually expands as you go down because there's been compression on the soil, but it ended up being about three and a half metres long by about two and a half metres wide at its widest point, slightly sort of boat-shaped, really. And respecting very much the site of the fixtures of the chariot that went in there. The original excavation team comprised of supervisor and director of Guildhouse Consultancy and one further excavator. The Museum was able to bring up two further excavators, as well as myself, and then we were supplemented with other personnel from the Museum who had specialist skills. So, we were able to bring up two metals conservators, to help lift the material when we got to that stage. We also had the use of a specialist illustrator for planning purposes. One of my colleagues, Tony Posito, was using a ground magnetometer, which looks for variation in the magnetic variation in the soil, which will allow even the slightest disturbance to show up. This is also very good, of course, because it's magnetic, and looking for metal, which has a very clear signal. Once metal had been located, as it was in the case of this grave, we were then able to use a variety of metal detectors to ascertain exactly the scale of those pieces. But it's very useful to put as many techniques over the site before you start to excavate, as you can. We didn't have the advantage that, perhaps now, one might use, for example, ground penetration radar, which would give you instantly a three-dimensional idea of what's happening under the ground. But that wasn't available way back then, six years ago. And, of course, the other key member, although non-digging, was the overnight security. Because, when you're working on a site like this, word gets out very quickly, but you need to have somebody there, because the evidence is all about absolute detail. From the excavation itself, relating to the burial, we had the iron fittings of the chariot, and also supplemented at the yoke end with the bronze terrets, the rein rings, which also had coral decoration on them. All traces of the timber had disappeared, but it had left in places some very interesting soil changes, not just colour. We're used to seeing colour in archaeology but, in this case, because the grave was rather strangely filled with clay, we actually had a few voids, which meant that we were able to take plaster casts of these voids, showing the shape of some of the pieces of timber. There it is in all its glory. You can see, here's the limit, actually, of the original Iron Age piece of wood, showing in the ground, coming along through here, on that side, and back along this edge. And then, of course, there's the bone of the human skeleton.

Contents

2019–20 season

2018–19 season

2017–18 season

2016–17 season

2015–16 season

Yorkshire 1 is located in Yorkshire and the Humber
Bradford Salem
Bradford Salem
Bridlington
Bridlington
Heath
Heath
Hullensians
Hullensians
Malton & Norton
Malton & Norton
North Ribblesdale
North Ribblesdale
Old Crossleyans
Old Crossleyans
Selby
Selby
West Park Leeds
West Park Leeds
Yarnbury
Yarnbury
York
York
Locations of the 2015–16 Yorkshire 1 teams
Team Ground Capacity City/Area Previous season
Bradford & Bingley Wagon Lane 4,000 Bingley, West Yorkshire
Bradford Salem Shay Lane Heaton, Bradford, West Yorkshire
Bridlington Dukes Park Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire
Heath West Vale Greetland, Halifax, West Yorkshire
Hullensians Springhead Lane Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Malton & Norton The Gannock Malton, North Yorkshire
North Ribblesdale Grove Park Settle, North Yorkshire
Old Brodleians Woodhead Hipperholme, West Yorkshire
Old Crossleyans Broomfield Avenue Halifax, West Yorkshire
Scarborough Silver Royd 1,950 (322 seats) Scalby, Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Selby Sandhill Lane Selby, North Yorkshire
West Park Leeds The Sycamores Leeds, West Yorkshire
Yarnbury Brownberrie Lane Horsforth, West Yorkshire
York Clifton Park York, North Yorkshire

2014–15 season

2013–14 season

2012–13 season

Division honours

Yorkshire 1 Honours
Season No of Teams Champions Runners–up Relegated Teams League Name
1987-88 Scarborough Yorkshire 1
1988-89 Yorkshire 1
1989-90 Yorkshire 1
1990-91 Yorkshire 1
1991-92 Yorkshire 1
1992-93 Yorkshire 1
1993-94 13 North Ribblesdale Wheatley Hills York Railway Institute Yorkshire 1
1994-95 Yorkshire 1
1995-96 Yorkshire 1
1996-97 Yorkshire 1
1997–98 Yorkshire 1
1998-99[1] 10 Huddersfield Y.M.C.A. Castleford Old Otliensians, Malton & Norton, Bramley Phoenix Yorkshire 1
1999-00[2] 10 West Leeds Leodiensian Thornensians, Hemsworth, Ilkley Yorkshire 1
2000-01[3] 12 Cleckheaton Wheatley Hills Ripon, Keighley, Huddersfield Y.M.C.A. Yorkshire 1
2001-02[4] 12 Hull Scarborough Pocklington, West Park Leeds, Beverley Yorkshire 1
2002-03[5] 12 Bridlington Mariners (2nd XV) York Sheffield Tigers, North Ribblesdale, Wheatley Hills Yorkshire 1
2003-04[6] 12 Malton & Norton Pontefract Scarborough, Old Brodleians Yorkshire 1
2004-05[7] 12 Beverley Wheatley Hills Yarnbury, Dinnington Yorkshire 1
2005-06[8] 12 Sheffield Tigers Old Crossleyans Goole, Selby Yorkshire 1
2006-07[9] 12 Pontefract York Wheatley Hills, Old Brodleians Yorkshire 1
2007-08[10] 12 Sandal Ilkley Redcar, Huddersfield Y.M.C.A. Yorkshire 1
2008-09[11] 12 Old Brodleians Bridlington Glossop Yorkshire 1
2009-10[12] 14 Wheatley Hills Sheffield Skipton, Yarnbury Yorkshire 1
2010-11[13] 14 Malton & Norton Sheffield Bradford Salem, Selby Yorkshire Division 1
2011-12[14] 14 Pocklington Keighley Castleford Yorkshire Division 1
2012-13[15] 14 Driffield Huddersfield Y.M.C.A. Knottingley, Barnsley Yorkshire Division 1
2013-14[16] 14 Ilkley Dinnington Acklam, Keighley Yorkshire Division 1
2014-15[17] 14 Doncaster Phoenix Malton & Norton Wath Upon Dearne, Pontefract Yorkshire Division 1
2015-16[18] 14 Bradford & Bingley Malton & Norton West Park Leeds, Old Crossleyans Yorkshire Division 1
2016-17[19] 14 Bridlington West Leeds Acklam, Yarnbury Yorkshire Division 1
2017-18[20] 14 York Scarborough Wheatley Hills, North Ribblesdale Yorkshire Division 1
2018-19[21] 14 Moortown Heath Guisborough, Old Rishworthians Yorkshire Division 1
2019-20 14 Yorkshire Division 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 Durham/Northumberland 1 and Yorkshire 1 for the third and final promotion place to North 1 East. The team with the superior league record has home advantage in the tie. At the end of the 2018–19 season Yorkshire 1 teams have been the most successful with thirteen wins to the Durham/Northumberland 1 teams six; and the home side have won ten times to the away sides nine.

Durham/Northumberland 1 v Yorkshire 1 promotion play-off results
Season Home team Score Away team Venue Attendance
2000–01[22] Wheatley Hills (Y) 21-19 Percy Park (DN)[a 1] Brunel Road, Doncaster, South Yorkshire
2001–02[24] Ashington (DN) 17-23 Scarborough (Y) Recreation Ground, Ashington, Northumberland
2002–03[25] York (Y) 29-15 Hartlepool Rovers (DN) Clifton Park, York, North Yorkshire
2003–04[26] Alnwick (DN) 25-18 Pontefract (Y) Greensfield, Alnwick, Northumberland
2004–05[27] Durham City (DN) 26-13 Wheatley Hills (Y) Hollow Drift, Durham, County Durham
2005–06[28] Malton & Norton (DN) 19-39 Old Crossleyans (Y) The Gannock, Malton, North Yorkshire
2006–07[29] Sunderland (DN) 16-18 York (Y) Ashbrooke Sports Club, Ashbrooke, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear
2007–08[30] Northern (DN) 24-28 Ilkley (Y) McCracken Park, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
2008–09[31] Percy Park (DN) 36-3 Bridlington (Y) Preston Avenue, North Shields, Tyne and Wear
2009–10[32] Team Northumbria (DN) 34-13 Sheffield (Y) Coach Lane Sports Ground, Benton, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
2010–11[33] Darlington (DN) 17-18 Sheffield (Y) Blackwell Meadows, Darlington, County Durham
2011–12[34] Alnwick (DN) 16-18 Keighley (Y) Greensfield, Alnwick, Northumberland
2012–13[35] Huddersfield Y.M.C.A. (Y) 33-12 Guisborough (DN) Laund Hill, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
2013–14[36] Dinnington (Y) 34-20 (aet) Guisborough (DN) Lodge Lane, Dinnington, South Yorkshire
2014–15[37] Morpeth (DN) 14-11 Malton & Norton (Y) Mitford Road, Morpeth, Northumberland
2015–16[38] Middlesbrough (DN) 17-25 Malton & Norton (Y) Acklam Park, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire
2016–17[39] South Shields Westoe (DN) 14-19 West Leeds (Y) Wood Terrace, South Shields, Tyne and Wear
2017–18[40] Durham City (DN) AWO[a 2] Scarborough (Y) Hollow Drift, Durham, County Durham
2018–19[41] West Hartlepool (DN) 24-23 Heath (Y) Brinkburn, Hartlepool, County Durham
2019–20
Green background is the promoted team. DN = Durham/Northumberland 1 and Y = Yorkshire 1

Number of league titles

Notes

  1. ^ Despite finishing third in the 2000-01 Durham/Northumberland league, Percy Park went into the promotion playoff instead of runners up, Durham City.[23]
  2. ^ Scarborough won by default as Durham City were unable to raise a team.[40]
  3. ^ Bridlington have actually won Yorkshire 1 twice - once by their 1st XV, the other by the 2nd XV (Bridlington Mariners).

See also

References

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  2. ^ "1999-2000 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  3. ^ "2000-2001 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  4. ^ "2001-2002 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  5. ^ "2002-2003 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  6. ^ "2004-2005 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  7. ^ "2004-2005 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  8. ^ "2005-2006 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  9. ^ "2006-2007 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  10. ^ "2007-2008 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  11. ^ "2008-2009 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  12. ^ "2009-2010 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  13. ^ "2010-2011 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  14. ^ "2011-2012 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  15. ^ "2012-2013 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  16. ^ "2013-2014 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 16 March 2015.
  17. ^ "2014-2015 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 2 May 2015.
  18. ^ "2015-2016 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 4 May 2016.
  19. ^ "2016-2017 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 30 April 2017.
  20. ^ "2017-18 Northern Division". England Rugby. Retrieved 28 April 2018.
  21. ^ "2018-19 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 13 April 2019.
  22. ^ "2000-01 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 5 May 2001.
  23. ^ "2000-01 Northern Division". England Rugby. RFU. Retrieved 30 April 2017.
  24. ^ "2001-02 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 18 May 2002.
  25. ^ "2002-03 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 26 April 2003.
  26. ^ "2003-04 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 24 April 2004.
  27. ^ "2004-05 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 30 April 2006.
  28. ^ "2005-06 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 29 April 2006.
  29. ^ "2006-07 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 28 April 2007.
  30. ^ "2007-08 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 26 April 2008.
  31. ^ "2008-09 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 25 April 2009.
  32. ^ "2009-10 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 1 May 2010.
  33. ^ "2010-11 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 7 May 2011.
  34. ^ "2011-12 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 28 April 2012.
  35. ^ "2012-13 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 27 April 2013.
  36. ^ "2013-14 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 26 April 2014.
  37. ^ "2014-15 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 25 April 2015.
  38. ^ "2015-16 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 30 April 2016.
  39. ^ "2016-17 North Playoffs". England Rugby. 29 April 2017.
  40. ^ a b "Skipper Jones' delight at promotion success". The Scarborough News. 4 May 2018.
  41. ^ "Play-offs: Heath sunk by West Hartlepool's late penalty". Halifax Courier. 28 April 2019.
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