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Midlands 3 East (North)

Midlands 3 East (North)
Sport Rugby Union
Number of teams 12
Country  England
Website clubs.rfu.com

Midlands DivisionMidlands 3 East (North) is an English Rugby Union League. The league is the 8th tier of league competition in England.

Midlands 3 East (North) is made up of teams from around the East Midlands of England who play home and away matches throughout a winter season. Promotion and relegation determine the makeup of the league each season.

Promoted teams move up to Midlands 2 East (North). The top two teams are promoted. The bottom two teams are relegated to Midlands 4 East (North), with the top two teams from that division replacing them.

Teams 2013-14

  • Ashby
  • Aylestone St James (relegated from Midlands 2 East (North)
  • Boston (promoted from Midlands 4 East (North)
  • East Retford
  • Grimsby
  • Lincoln
  • Mellish
  • Nottingham Moderns RFC
  • Skegness (promoted from Midlands 4 East (North)
  • Sleaford (relegated from Midlands 2 East (North)
  • Southwell
  • West Bridgford

Teams 2012–13

Teams 2011–12

  • Amber Valley
  • Ashby
  • Belper
  • Dronfield
  • Grimsby
  • Kesteven
  • Lincoln
  • Melbourne
  • Mellish
  • Nottingham Boots Corsairs
  • Sleaford
  • Worksop

Teams 2010–11

  • Amber Valley
  • Ashbourne
  • Ashfield
  • Dronfield (promoted from Midlands 4 East (North)
  • Grimsby
  • Kesteven
  • Melbourne
  • Mellish
  • Nottingham Casuals
  • Sleaford
  • Southwell
  • Worksop

Teams 2008–09

  • Ashbourne
  • Bakewell Mannerians
  • Coalville
  • Grimsby
  • Ilkeston
  • Lincoln
  • Loughborough
  • Melton Mowbray
  • Nottingham Moderns RFC
  • Sleaford
  • Spalding
  • West Bridgford

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