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1991–92 English Premiership (rugby union)

1991–92 Courage League
Countries England
Champions Bath (3rd title)
Runners-up Orrell
Relegated Nottingham
Rosslyn Park
Matches played 78
1990–91
1992–93

The 1991–92 English Premiership, (known as the Courage League for sponsorship reasons) was the fifth season of top flight rugby union in England. Each team played each other once. Bath were the champions, winning their third title, beating Orrell by one point. Nottingham and Rosslyn Park were relegated.[1]

Participating teams

Locations of the 1991–92 Courage League National Division One teams
Team Stadium Capacity City/Area
Bath Bath 8,200 Bath, Somerset
Bristol Memorial Stadium 12,100 Bristol, Avon
Gloucester Kingsholm 11,000 Gloucester, Gloucestershire
Harlequins The Stoop 8,500 Twickenham, London
Leicester Tigers Welford Road 16,000 Leicester, Leicestershire
London Irish The Avenue 6,600 Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey
Northampton Saints Franklin's Gardens 10,000 Northampton, Northamptonshire
Nottingham Ireland Avenue 4,950 Beeston, Nottinghamshire
Orrell Edge Hall Road 3,000 Orrell, Greater Manchester
Rosslyn Park Priory Lane 2,000 Roehampton, London
Rugby Lions Webb Ellis Road 1,000 Rugby, Warwickshire
Saracens Bramley Road 2,000 Enfield, London
Wasps Repton Avenue Sudbury, London

Table


Club
Played
Won
Drawn
Lost
Points For
Points Against
Points Difference
Points
1 Bath (C) 12 10 1 1 277 126 151 21
2 Orrell 12 10 0 2 204 95 109 20
3 Northampton Saints 12 9 1 2 209 136 73 19
4 Gloucester 12 7 1 4 193 168 25 15
5 Saracens 12 7 1 4 176 165 11 15
6 Leicester Tigers 12 6 1 5 262 216 46 13
7 Wasps 12 6 0 6 177 180 -3 12
8 Harlequins 12 5 1 6 213 207 6 11
9 London Irish 12 3 3 6 147 237 -90 9
10 Bristol Rugby 12 4 0 8 192 174 18 8
11 Rugby Lions 12 2 3 7 124 252 -128 7
12 Nottingham (R) 12 2 1 9 133 204 -71 5
13 Rosslyn Park (R) 12 0 1 11 111 258 -147 1

Results

The Home Team is listed on the left column.
Clubs BAT BRI GLO HAR LEI LOI NOR NOT ORR ROS RLI SAR WAS
Bath Rugby 9-4 29-9 37-6 15-6 25-15 32-12
Bristol Rugby 16-0 14-19 9-15 22-4 48-4 10-33
Gloucester RFC 29-15 21-3 22-15 10-17 12-9 15-10
Harlequins 18-18 21-18 20-13 23-6 7-10 21-37
Leicester Tigers 25-9 36-13 19-22 51-16 22-22 31-12
London Irish 21-26 3-39 7-21 12-12 6-6 18-13
Northampton Saints 25-14 12-12 12-3 20-12 29-0 28-15
Nottingham 0-32 3-14 14-27 9-12 18-9 34-9
Orrell 10-9 23-9 18-12 21-9 20-6 23-0
Rosslyn Park 13-21 12-24 4-22 7-15 6-10 7-15
Rugby Lions 0-32 16-19 29-20 9-9 7-21 6-22
Saracens 13-4 12-12 9-20 27-9 9-14 13-12
Wasps 12-24 20-6 11-7 13-12 17-10 6-12

Home Win Draw Away Win

References

  1. ^ "COURAGE LEAGUE 1991/1992". Ipernews.com. Retrieved 2011-10-18. 

External links

  • Official website
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