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Midlands 2 East

Midlands 1 East
Sport Rugby Union
Number of teams 14
Country  England
Website clubs.rfu.com

Midlands 1 East is an English Rugby Union League made up of clubs from the East Midlands of England, with promoted sides usually entering National Division 3 - Midlands (formerly Midlands 1). Relegated teams drop down to either Midlands 2 East (North) or Midlands 2 East (South), depending on location and other factors.

On the league hierarchy it is level 6.[1]

Teams 2013-2014

  • Bugbrooke (Promoted from Midlands 2 East (South))
  • Coalville (Promoted from Midlands 2 East (North))
  • Derby (Relegated from National League 3 Midlands)
  • Huntingdon & District (Promoted from Midlands 2 East (South))
  • Ilkeston
  • Kettering
  • Mansfield (Relegated from National League 3 Midlands)
  • Market Rasen & Lough
  • Matlock
  • Newark
  • Old Northamptonians
  • Paviors
  • Peterborough
  • Peterborough Lions

Teams 2012-2013

  • Bedford Athletic
  • Ilkeston
  • Kettering
  • Loughborough
  • Market Bosworth (promoted from Midlands 2 East (North))
  • Market Rasen and Louth
  • Matlock
  • Newark
  • Paviors
  • Peterborough
  • Peterborough Lions
  • Spalding
  • Towcestrians

Teams 2011-12

  • Bedford Athletic
  • Coalville
  • Derby
  • Ilkeston
  • Kettering
  • Leighton Buzzard
  • Loughborough
  • Market Rasen and Louth
  • Matlock
  • Nuneaton OE
  • Paviors
  • Peterborough
  • Spalding
  • Towcestrians

Teams 2010/11

  • Bedford Athletic
  • Coalville
  • Derby
  • Dunstablians
  • Ilkeston
  • Kettering
  • Leighton Buzzard
  • Mansfield
  • Matlock
  • Newark
  • Paviors
  • Spalding
  • Syston
  • Wellingborough

Teams 2009/10

Teams 2008/9

Ampthill promoted as Champions to newly formed National Division 3 - Midlands.

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