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Kent 3

Kent 3
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Sport Rugby Union
Instituted 2000
Ceased 2008
Number of teams 5
Country  England

Kent 3 was an English Rugby Union league that was the third tier for clubs in south-east London and Kent. Promoted teams went up to Kent 2 and apart from in season 2000-01 (when teams dropped to the short-lived Kent 4 division) there was no relegation. The number of teams in the division dropped over the eight years in was in existence to just 5 teams and the division was folded in 2008 with all teams automatically being promoted to Kent 2.

Kent 3 Honours

Kent 3 Honours
Season No of Teams Champions Runners–up Relegated Teams League Name
2000-01[1] 6 Bexley Old Gravesendians No relegation[n 1] Kent 3
2001-02[2] 11 Shooters Hill Old Olavians No relegation Kent 3
2002-03[3] 10 Vigo Dover No relegation Kent 3
2003-04[4] 11 Brockleians Bexley, Dartford Valley (also promoted) No relegation Kent 3
2004-05[5] 9 Deal & Betteshanger HSBC No relegation Kent 3
2005-06[6] 8 Orpington Foots Cray No relegation Kent 3
2006-07[7] 6 Medway Bexley No relegation Kent 3
2007-08[8] 5 Old Williamsonians Orpington (and 3 others also promoted)[n 2] No relegation Kent 3
Green backgrounds are promotion places.
  1. ^ No relegation as Kent 4 abolished at the end of the season.
  2. ^ As this was the final season of Kent 3 all teams in the division were automatically promoted to Kent 2.

References

  1. ^ http://www.englandrugby.com/fixtures-and-results/competitions/london-se-division/2000-2001/group/9665
  2. ^ http://www.englandrugby.com/fixtures-and-results/competitions/london-se-division/2001-2002/group/9999
  3. ^ http://www.englandrugby.com/fixtures-and-results/competitions/london-se-division/2002-2003/group/10334
  4. ^ http://www.englandrugby.com/fixtures-and-results/competitions/london-se-division/2003-2004/group/10719
  5. ^ http://www.englandrugby.com/fixtures-and-results/competitions/london-se-division/2004-2005/group/11119
  6. ^ http://www.englandrugby.com/fixtures-and-results/competitions/london-se-division/2005-2006/group/11475
  7. ^ http://www.englandrugby.com/fixtures-and-results/competitions/london-se-division/2006-2007/group/11818
  8. ^ http://www.englandrugby.com/fixtures-and-results/competitions/london-se-division/2007-2008/group/12224

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