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Herts/Middlesex League

Herts/Middlesex League
Sport Rugby Union
Country  England
Website clubs.rfu.com

The Herts/Middlesex League is a rugby union league featuring teams from Hertfordshire and Middlesex. It is organised by the London and South East Division Rugby Football Union. It currently operates three divisions but has had four divisions in the past. The highest division is a level 9 league within the English rugby union system. Teams can gain promotion to London 3 North West. [1]

Participating Clubs 2013-14

Division 1

  • Bank of England
  • Barnet Elizabethans (relegated from London 3 North West)
  • Belsize Park
  • Cheshunt
  • Hackney
  • Haringey Rhinos
  • Imperial Medicals
  • Kilburn Cosmos
  • Old Actonians
  • Old Millhillians
  • Royston
  • Verulamians

Division 2

  • Chess Valley
  • Feltham
  • Hillingdon Abbots
  • Hendon
  • Ickenham
  • London Welsh Amateurs
  • Quintin
  • Saracens Amateurs
  • Thamesians
  • Uxbridge
  • West London

Division 3

  • Borehamwood
  • Hatfield
  • London French
  • Mill Hill
  • Old Grammarians
  • Old Isleworthians
  • Pinner & Grammarians
  • Watford

Participating Clubs 2012-13

Division 1

  • Bank Of England
  • Belsize Park
  • Hackney
  • Harlequin Amateurs
  • Harrow
  • Hendon
  • London Welsh Amateurs
  • Old Actonians
  • Old Merchant Taylors'
  • Old Millhillians
  • Verulamians
  • West London

Division 2

Division 3

  • Borehamwood
  • Feltham
  • Hatfield
  • London French
  • Mill Hill
  • Old Ashmoleans
  • Old Tottonians
  • Sodam
  • Thamesians
  • Watford

Participating Clubs 2009-10

Herts/Middlesex 1

Herts/Middlesex 2

  • Belsize Park
  • Ickenham
  • London French
  • Old Isleworthians
  • Old Merchant Taylors'
  • Old Millhillians
  • Old Tottonians
  • Pinner and Grammerians
  • Royston
  • Quintin
  • Uxbridge

Herts/Middlesex 3

  • Cuffley
  • Hatfield
  • London French
  • Ickenham
  • Old Tottonians
  • Pinner & Grammarians - promoted from Middlesex/Herts 4 in 2009
  • Thamesians
  • Watford

Herts/Middlesex 4

  • British Airways
  • Chess Valley
  • G.W.R.
  • Harrow
  • Hayes
  • Northolt
  • Southgate
  • Sudbury & London Springboks

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