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2007–08 National Division Three South

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2007–08 National Division Three South

National Division Three South is the fourth tier of the English rugby union system. It is made up of 14 teams who play each other on a home and away basis.

The division's make-up is changed by promotion and relegation with National Division Two and the top regional leagues.

Final league table

2007–08 National Division Three South Table
Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Points Diff Bonus Points Points
Mounts Bay (C) 26 23 0 3 772 337 435 15 107
Cinderford (P) 26 20 2 4 719 305 414 11 95
Ealing 26 18 1 7 689 402 287 17 91
London Scottish 26 17 0 9 633 410 223 15 83
Canterbury 26 18 0 8 608 473 135 13 83*
Dings Crusaders 26 13 1 12 492 441 51 13 67
Lydney 26 13 0 13 501 485 16 11 63
Bridgwater & Albion 26 13 0 13 495 558 -63 10 62
Rosslyn Park 26 12 0 14 502 463 39 11 59
Havant 26 8 0 18 394 567 -173 9 41
Barking 26 8 1 17 488 708 -220 7 41
Clifton (R) 26 8 1 17 476 852 -376 6 40
North Walsham (R) 26 6 0 20 384 711 -327 9 33
Luton (R) 26 2 0 24 380 821 -441 8 16
Reference National Clubs Association and BBC Sport: Updated 2008-04-19 --- Current English Leagues
  • Canterbury deducted two points for unnecessarily going to uncontested scrums in their match against Mounts Bay on 16 February 2008
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