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1998–99 Allied Dunbar Premiership Two

1998–99 Allied Dunbar Premiership Two
Countries England
ChampionsBristol
Runners-upRotherham
RelegatedBlackheath and Fylde
Attendance150,221 (average 1,517 per match)[a 1]
Highest attendance7,326 Bristol at home to Worcester on 9 May 1999
Lowest attendance287 Leeds Tykes at home to Moseley on 16 April 1999
Top point scorerEngland Steve Gough
(Coventry) 305 points
Top try scorerEngland Dean Lax
(Rotherham) 18 tries
[1]

The 1998-99 Allied Dunbar Premiership Two was the twelfth full season of rugby union within the second tier of the English league system, currently known as the RFU Championship. The league was expanded from twelve teams to fourteen and new teams to the division included Bristol who had been relegated from the Allied Dunbar Premiership 1997-98 while London Welsh, Rugby Lions, Leeds Tykes and Worcester were promoted from National League One. Allied Dunbar sponsored the top two divisions of the English rugby union leagues for the second season in a row. The leagues were previously known as the Courage Clubs Championship and sponsored by Courage Brewery.

Bristol, the champions, were promoted to the Allied Dunbar Premiership for season 1999–00. The runners–up Rotherham lost to the thirteenth placed team in the Premership (Bedford) in a two legged play–off and did not gain promotion. Blackheath and Fylde were relegated to Jewson National League One for the following season.[2]

Participating teams

Team Stadium Capacity City/Area
Blackheath Rectory Field 6,000 Greenwich, London
Bristol Memorial Stadium 12,100 Bristol, Avon
Coventry Coundon Road 9,000+ Coventry, West Midlands
Exeter County Ground 5,200 Exeter, Devon
Fylde Woodlands Memorial Ground 9,000 Lytham St Annes, Lancashire
Leeds Tykes Headingley Stadium 22,250 Leeds, West Yorkshire
London Welsh Old Deer Park 5,850 Richmond, London
Moseley The Reddings 10,000 (est) Birmingham, West Midlands
Orrell Edge Hall Road 3,000 Orrell, Greater Manchester
Rotherham Clifton Lane 2,500 Rotherham, South Yorkshire
Rugby Lions Webb Ellis Road 1,000 Rugby, Warwickshire
Wakefield College Grove 3,000 Wakefield, West Yorkshire
Waterloo St Anthony's Road 9,000 Blundellsands, Merseyside
Worcester Sixways 8,477 Worcester, Worcestershire

Table

1998–99 Allied Dunbar Premership Two Table
Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Difference Points
1 Bristol 26 22 0 4 848 418 430 44
2 Rotherham 26 22 0 4 756 336 420 44
3 Worcester 26 18 0 8 716 409 307 34*
4 London Welsh 26 17 0 9 662 552 110 34
5 Exeter 26 14 1 11 591 598 –7 29
6 Leeds Tykes 26 16 0 10 713 367 346 28**
7 Coventry 26 14 0 12 652 560 92 28
8 Orrell 26 12 0 14 566 483 83 24
9 Waterloo 26 12 0 14 419 634 –215 24
10 Moseley 26 10 0 16 498 633 –135 20
11 Rugby 26 9 0 17 425 660 –235 18
12 Wakefield 26 6 0 20 469 812 –343 12
13 Blackheath 26 5 0 21 419 842 –423 10
14 Fylde 26 4 1 21 375 805 –430 9
  • Points are awarded as follows: two points for a win; one point for a draw; no points for a loss.
  • If teams are level at any stage, tiebreakers are applied in the following order: (1) difference between points for and against; (2) total number of points for.
* two points deducted. ** four points deducted. Green background are promotion places. Pink background are relegation places.

Allied Dunbar Premiership Two 1998-99

Results

Round 1

5 September 1998
Exeter 15 - 22 Bristol
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 1,690
5 September 1998
Fylde 6 - 20 Orrell
Report
Woodlands
5 September 1998
Moseley 32 - 33 Wakefield
Report
The Reddings
5 September 1998
Rugby Lions 18 - 12 Blackheath
Report
Webb Ellis Road
5 September 1998
Waterloo 22 - 7 Rotherham
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 527
5 September 1998
Worcester 22 - 7 Coventry
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 2,500
6 September 1998
Leeds Tykes 18 - 20 London Welsh
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 1,152

Round 2

12 September 1998
Blackheath 16 - 20 London Welsh
Report
Rectory Field
Attendance: 1,300[3]
12 September 1998
Bristol 55 - 14 Fylde
Report
Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 4,527
12 September 1998
Coventry 21 - 15 Waterloo
Report
Coundon Road
12 September 1998
Moseley 27 - 22 Leeds Tykes
Report
The Reddings
Attendance: 503
12 September 1998
Orrell 32 - 3 Rugby Lions
Report
Edge Hall Road
12 September 1998
Rotherham 28 - 17 Exeter
Report
Clifton Lane
12 September 1998
Wakefield 22 - 48 Worcester
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 600

Round 3

19 September 1998
Exeter 31 - 25 Coventry
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 670[4]
19 September 1998
Fylde P - P Rotherham

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled for 20 February 1999.
19 September 1998
London Welsh 24 - 17 Orrell
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 1,600[3]
19 September 1998
Rugby Lions 20 - 30 Bristol
Report
Webb Ellis Road
Attendance: 763
19 September 1998
Waterloo 36 - 25 Wakefield
Report
St Anthony's Road
19 September 1998
Worcester 23 - 8 Moseley
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 3,500
20 September 1998
Leeds Tykes 60 - 6 Blackheath
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 617

Round 4

26 September 1998
Bristol 37 - 3 London Welsh
Report
Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 3,459
26 September 1998
Coventry 64 - 9 Fylde
Report
Coundon Road
26 September 1998
Moseley 13 - 15 Waterloo
Report
The Reddings
26 September 1998
Orrell 60 - 3 Blackheath
Report
Edge Hall Road
26 September 1998
Rotherham 44 - 0 Rugby Lions
Report
Clifton Lane
26 September 1998
Wakefield 19 - 27 Exeter
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 600[4]
26 September 1998
Worcester 24 - 19 Leeds Tykes
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 4,000

Round 5

3 October 1998
Blackheath 9 - 41 Bristol
Report
Rectory Field
3 October 1998
Exeter 20 - 8 Moseley
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 880[4]
3 October 1998
Fylde 20 - 18 Wakefield
Report
Woodlands
3 October 1998
London Welsh 13 - 27 Rotherham
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 1,450[3]
3 October 1998
Orrell 11 - 13 Leeds Tykes
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 700
3 October 1998
Rugby Lions 17 - 20 Coventry
Report
Webb Ellis Road
3 October 1998
Waterloo 31 - 26 Worcester
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 550

Round 6

10 October 1998
Bristol 29 - 19 Orrell
Report
Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 3,477
10 October 1998
Coventry 63 - 19 London Welsh
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 1,360[3]
10 October 1998
Moseley 44 - 22 Fylde
Report
The Reddings
10 October 1998
Rotherham 46 - 3 Blackheath
Report
Clifton Lane
10 October 1998
Wakefield 22 - 26 Rugby Lions
Report
College Grove
10 October 1998
Waterloo 13 - 12 Leeds Tykes
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 500
10 October 1998
Worcester 40 - 15 Exeter
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 2,122

Round 7

17 October 1998
Blackheath 18 - 30 Coventry
Report
Rectory Field
17 October 1998
Exeter 41 - 14 Waterloo
Report
County Ground
17 October 1998
Fylde 8 - 17 Worcester
Report
Woodlands
Attendance: 650
17 October 1998
Leeds Tykes 13 - 16 Bristol
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 700
17 October 1998
14:45
London Welsh 45 - 21 Wakefield
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 1,300[3]
17 October 1998
Orrell 19 - 12 Rotherham
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 1,100
17 October 1998
Rugby Lions 30 - 8 Moseley
Report
Webb Ellis Road

Round 8

24 October 1998
Coventry 26 - 14 Orrell
Report
Coundon Road
24 October 1998
Exeter 13 - 11 Leeds Tykes
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 800
24 October 1998
Moseley 16 - 31 London Welsh
Report
The Reddings
Attendance: 631[3]
24 October 1998
Rotherham 16 - 5 Bristol
Report
Clifton Lane
24 October 1998
Wakefield 19 - 9 Blackheath
Report
College Grove
24 October 1998
Waterloo 27 - 6 Fylde
Report
St Anthony's Road
24 October 1998
Worcester 29 - 6 Rugby Lions
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 1,763

Round 9

30 October 1998
Bristol 14 - 12 Coventry
Report
Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 4,683
31 October 1998
Blackheath 14 - 18 Moseley
Report
Rectory Field
31 October 1998
14:30
Fylde 26 - 26 Exeter
Report
Woodlands
Attendance: 400[4]
31 October 1998
14:30
London Welsh 14 - 22 Worcester
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 1,400
31 October 1998
Orrell 24 - 5 Wakefield
Report
Edge Hall Road
31 October 1998
Rugby Lions 20 - 9 Waterloo
Report
Webb Ellis Road
1 November 1998
Leeds Tykes 15 - 10 Rotherham
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 2,682

Round 10

7 November 1998
Coventry 22 - 12 Rotherham
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 1,200
7 November 1998
Exeter 7 - 23 Rugby Lions
Report
County Ground
7 November 1998
Fylde 6 - 26 Leeds Tykes
Report
Woodlands
Attendance: 650
7 November 1998
Moseley 25 - 3 Orrell
Report
The Reddings
7 November 1998
Wakefield 15 - 46 Bristol
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 450
7 November 1998
14:15
Waterloo 12 - 10 London Welsh
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 900[3]
7 November 1998
Worcester 21 - 9 Blackheath
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 2,032

Round 11

21 November 1998
Blackheath 18 - 24 Waterloo
Report
Rectory Field
21 November 1998
14:00
London Welsh 62 - 27 Exeter
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 1,100[3]
21 November 1998
Orrell 9 - 13 Worcester
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 1,200
21 November 1998
Rotherham 34 - 7 Wakefield
Report
Clifton Lane
21 November 1998
Rugby Lions 30 - 16 Fylde
Report
Webb Ellis Road
22 November 1998
Bristol 58 - 18 Moseley
Report
Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 2,304
22 November 1998
Leeds Tykes 36 - 12 Coventry
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 760

Round 12

12 December 1998
Exeter 26 - 7 Blackheath
Report
County Ground
12 December 1998
14:15
London Welsh 36 - 15 Fylde
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 750[3]
12 December 1998
Moseley 6 - 16 Rotherham
Report
The Reddings
Attendance: 560
12 December 1998
Rugby Lions 9 - 18 Leeds Tykes
Report
Webb Ellis Road
Attendance: 600
12 December 1998
Wakefield 10 - 18 Coventry
Report
College Grove
12 December 1998
Waterloo 10 - 17 Orrell
Report
St Anthony's Road
12 December 1998
Worcester 20 - 9 Bristol
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 3,900

Round 13

19 December 1998
Blackheath 24 - 17 Fylde
Report
Rectory Field
19 December 1998
Bristol 36 - 8 Waterloo
Report
Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 2,397
19 December 1998
Coventry 21 - 46 Moseley
Report
Coundon Road
19 December 1998
14:00
London Welsh 11 - 7 Rugby Lions
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 800[3]
19 December 1998
Orrell 21 - 23 Exeter
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 1,000[4]
19 December 1998
Rotherham 29 - 19 Worcester
Report
Clifton Lane
Attendance: 1,520
20 December 1998
Leeds Tykes 38 - 0 Wakefield
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 1,211

Round 14

2 January 1999
Coventry 27 - 33 Leeds Tykes
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 1,000
2 January 1999
Exeter 16 - 17 London Welsh
Report
County Ground
2 January 1999
Fylde 6 - 14 Rugby Lions
Report
Woodlands
2 January 1999
Moseley 6 - 43 Bristol
Report
The Reddings
2 January 1999
Wakefield 13 - 40 Rotherham
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 800
2 January 1999
Waterloo 31 - 25 Blackheath
Report
St Anthony's Road
2 January 1999
Worcester 17 - 0 Orrell
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 2,336

Round 15

16 January 1999
Blackheath 3 - 51 Worcester
Report
Rectory Field
Attendance: 600
16 January 1999
Bristol 35 - 19 Wakefield
Report
Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 2,516
16 January 1999
14:00
London Welsh 49 - 17 Waterloo
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 1,100[3]
16 January 1999
Orrell 20 - 14 Moseley
Report
Edge Hall Road
16 January 1999
Rotherham 19 - 12 Coventry
Report
Clifton Lane
16 January 1999
Rugby Lions P - P Exeter

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled for 20 March 1999.
17 January 1999
Leeds Tykes 48 - 0 Fylde
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 921

Round 16

23 January 1999
Coventry P - P Bristol

  • Postponed. Game rescheduled for 21 February 1999.
23 January 1999
Exeter 42 - 10 Fylde
Report
County Ground
23 January 1999
Moseley 22 - 16 Blackheath
Report
The Reddings
23 January 1999
Rotherham 25 - 10 Leeds Tykes
Report
Clifton Lane
23 January 1999
Wakefield 25 - 13 Orrell
Report
College Grove
23 January 1999
Waterloo 11 - 3 Rugby Lions
Report
St Anthony's Road
23 January 1999
14:30
Worcester 14 - 12 London Welsh
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 3,600

Round 17

6 February 1999
Blackheath 28 - 20 Wakefield
Report
Rectory Field
6 February 1999
Bristol 31 - 36 Rotherham
Report
Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 2,496
6 February 1999
Fylde 24 - 5 Waterloo
Report
Woodlands
6 February 1999
14:00
London Welsh 26 - 24 Moseley
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 600[3]
6 February 1999
Orrell 31 - 0 Coventry
Report
Edge Hall Road
6 February 1999
Rugby Lions 23 - 36 Worcester
Report
Webb Ellis Road
Attendance: 1,200
7 February 1999
Leeds Tykes 44 - 7 Exeter
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 800

Round 18

13 February 1999
Bristol 20 - 5 Leeds Tykes
Report
Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 2,012
13 February 1999
Coventry 35 - 8 Blackheath
Report
Coundon Road
13 February 1999
Moseley 35 - 20 Rugby Lions
Report
The Reddings
13 February 1999
Rotherham 47 - 10 Orrell
Report
Clifton Lane
13 February 1999
14:30
Wakefield 16 - 30 London Welsh
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 600[3]
13 February 1999
14:15
Waterloo 11 - 13 Exeter
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 400[4]
13 February 1999
Worcester 56 - 0 Fylde
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 2,316

Round 3 & 16 (Rescheduled games)

20 February 1999
Fylde 5 - 34 Rotherham
Report
Woodlands
Attendance: 600
21 February 1999
Coventry 22 - 19 Bristol
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 1,500

Round 19

26 February 1999
Blackheath 19 - 29 Rotherham
Report
Rectory Field
Attendance: 600
27 February 1999
Exeter 27 - 23 Worcester
Report
County Ground
27 February 1999
Fylde 17 - 8 Moseley
Report
Woodlands
27 February 1999
Orrell 32 - 34 Bristol
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 1,000
27 February 1999
Rugby Lions 17 - 23 Wakefield
Report
Webb Ellis Road
27 February 1999
14:30
London Welsh 42 - 34 Coventry
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 1,600[3]
28 February 1999
Leeds Tykes 9 - 10 Waterloo
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 400

Round 20

13 March 1999
Bristol 50 - 17 Blackheath
Report
Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 2,353
13 March 1999
Coventry 19 - 21 Rugby Lions
Report
Coundon Road
13 March 1999
Moseley 12 - 15 Exeter
Report
The Reddings
13 March 1999
14:15
Rotherham 28 - 8 London Welsh
Report
Clifton Lane
13 March 1999
Wakefield 27 - 11 Fylde
Report
College Grove
13 March 1999
Worcester 41 - 15 Waterloo
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 2,600
14 March 1999
Leeds Tykes 20 - 7 Orrell
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 620

Round 15 (Rescheduled game)

20 March 1999
Rugby Lions 13 - 9 Exeter
Report
Webb Ellis Road

Round 21

27 March 1999
Blackheath 15 - 9 Orrell
Report
Rectory Field
27 March 1999
Exeter 37 - 13 Wakefield
Report
County Ground
27 March 1999
Fylde 27 - 22 Coventry
Report
Woodlands
27 March 1999
Leeds Tykes 24 - 16 Worcester
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 530
27 March 1999
London Welsh 6 - 25 Bristol
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 2,400[3]
27 March 1999
Rugby Lions 10 - 33 Rotherham
Report
Webb Ellis Road
Attendance: 950
27 March 1999
Waterloo 8 - 32 Moseley
Report
St Anthony's Road

Round 22

3 April 1999
Blackheath 22 - 37 Leeds Tykes
Report
Rectory Field
Attendance: 500
3 April 1999
Bristol 49 - 13 Rugby Lions
Report
Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 2,615
3 April 1999
Coventry 20 - 13 Exeter
Report
Coundon Road
3 April 1999
Moseley 18 - 16 Worcester
Report
The Reddings
Attendance: 1,199
3 April 1999
Orrell 18 - 15 London Welsh
Report
Edge Hall Road
Attendance: 750[3]
3 April 1999
Rotherham 43 - 16 Fylde
Report
Clifton Lane
3 April 1999
Wakefield 14 - 20 Waterloo
Report
College Grove

Round 26 (Rescheduled game)

10 April 1999
Blackheath 26 - 41 Exeter
Report
Rectory Field
  • Game brought forward from 8 May 1999.

Round 23

16 April 1999
Leeds Tykes 50 - 8 Moseley
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 287
17 April 1999
Exeter 24 - 35 Rotherham
Report
County Ground
Attendance: 2,000[4]
17 April 1999
Fylde 39 - 43 Bristol
Report
Woodlands
Attendance: 700
17 April 1999
London Welsh 71 - 22 Blackheath
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 1,300[3]
17 April 1999
Rugby Lions 29 - 41 Orrell
Report
Webb Ellis Road
17 April 1999
Waterloo 24 - 25 Coventry
Report
St Anthony's Road
17 April 1999
Worcester 67 - 19 Wakefield
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 2,600

Round 24

24 April 1999
Blackheath 43 - 20 Rugby Lions
Report
Rectory Field
24 April 1999
Bristol 36 - 17 Exeter
Report
Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 3,204
24 April 1999
Coventry 26 - 17 Worcester
Report
Coundon Road
Attendance: 1,400
24 April 1999
Orrell 28 - 18 Fylde
Report
Edge Hall Road
24 April 1999
Rotherham 44 - 3 Waterloo
Report
Clifton Lane
24 April 1999
Wakefield 38 - 20 Moseley
Report
College Grove
25 April 1999
London Welsh 24 - 17 Leeds Tykes
Report
Old Deer Park
Attendance: 1,400

Round 25

1 May 1999
Exeter 42 - 32 Orrell
Report
County Ground
1 May 1999
Fylde 26 - 27 Blackheath
Report
Woodlands
1 May 1999
Moseley 30 - 29 Coventry
Report
The Reddings
1 May 1999
Rugby Lions 12 - 33 London Welsh
Report
Webb Ellis Road
1 May 1999
Waterloo 13 - 44 Bristol
Report
St Anthony's Road
Attendance: 900
1 May 1999
Worcester 27 - 35 Rotherham
Report
Sixways
Attendance: 3,100
2 May 1999
Wakefield 13 - 51 Leeds Tykes
Report
College Grove
Attendance: 450

Round 26

8 May 1999
Blackheath P - P Exeter Chiefs

  • Game brought forward to 10 April 1999.
8 May 1999
Coventry 40 - 13 Wakefield
Report
Coundon Road
8 May 1999
Fylde 11 - 21 London Welsh
Report
Woodlands
Attendance: 500[3]
8 May 1999
Orrell 59 - 15 Waterloo
Report
Edge Hall Road
8 May 1999
Rotherham 27 - 0 Moseley
Report
Clifton Lane
Attendance: 3,000
9 May 1999
Bristol 21 - 11 Worcester
Report
Memorial Stadium
Attendance: 7,326
9 May 1999
Leeds Tykes 64 - 21 Rugby Lions
Report
Headingley
Attendance: 550

Total Season Attendances

Club Home
Games
Total Average Highest Lowest % Capacity
Blackheath 4[a 2] 3,000 750 1,300 500 13%
Bristol 13 43,369 3,336 7,326 2,012 28%
Coventry 5[a 3] 6,460 1,292 1,500 1,000 14%
Exeter 5[a 4] 6,040 1,208 2,000 670 23%
Fylde 5[a 5] 3,000 600 700 400 7%
Leeds Tykes 13 11,230 864 2,682 287 4%
London Welsh 13 16,800 1,292 2,400 600 22%
Moseley 4[a 6] 2,893 723 1,199 503 7%
Orrell 6[a 7] 5,750 958 1,200 700 32%
Rotherham 2[a 8] 4,520 2,260 3,000 1,520 90%
Rugby Lions 4[a 9] 3,513 878 1,200 600 79%
Wakefield 6[a 10] 3,500 583 800 450 19%
Waterloo 6[a 11] 3,777 630 900 400 7%
Worcester 13 36,369 2,798 4,000 1,763 33%

[5]

  1. ^ Note that 83 home attendances are missing (see below) - so the total attendance will not be 100% accurate. The average attendance has also been taken into account with the missing games not included.
  2. ^ Missing home attendances v Bristol on 3 October 1998, Coventry on 17 October 1998, Moseley on 31 October 1998, Waterloo on 21 November 1998, Fylde on 19 December 1998, Wakefield on 6 February 1999, Orrell on 27 March 1999, Exeter on 10 April 1999 and Rugby Lions on 24 April 1999.
  3. ^ Missing home attendances v Waterloo on 12 September 1998, Fylde on 26 September 1998, Orrell on 24 October 1998, Moseley on 19 December 1998, Blackheath on 13 February 1999, Rugby Lions on 13 March 1999, Exeter on 3 April 1999 and Wakefield on 8 May 1999.
  4. ^ Missing home attendances v Waterloo on 17 October 1998, Rugby Lions on 7 November 1998, Blackheath on 12 December 1998, London Welsh on 2 January 1999, Fylde on 23 January 1999, Worcester on 27 February 1999, Wakefield on 27 March 1999 and Orrell on 1 May 1999.
  5. ^ Missing home attendances v Orrell on 5 September 1998, Wakefield on 3 October 1998, Rugby Lions on 2 January 1999, Waterloo on 6 February 1999, Moseley on 27 February 1999, Coventry on 27 March 1999 and Blackheath on 1 May 1999.
  6. ^ Missing home attendances v Wakefield on 5 September 1998, Waterloo on 26 September 1998, Fylde on 10 October 1998, Orrell on 7 November 1998, Bristol on 2 January 1999, Blackheath on 23 January 1999, Rugby Lions on 13 February 1999, Exeter on 13 March 1999 and Coventry on 1 May 1999.
  7. ^ Missing home attendances v Rugby Lions on 12 September 1998, Blackheath on 26 September 1998, Wakefield on 31 October 1998, Moseley on 16 January 1999, Coventry on 6 February 1999, Fylde on 24 April 1999 and Waterloo on 8 May 1999.
  8. ^ Missing home attendances v Exeter on 12 September 1998, Rugby Lions on 26 September 1998, Blackheath on 10 October 1998, Bristol on 24 October 1998, Wakefield on 21 November 1998, Coventry on 16 January 1999, Leeds Tykes on 23 January 1999, Orrell on 13 February 1999, London Welsh on 13 March 1999, Fylde on 3 April 1999 and Waterloo on 24 April 1999.
  9. ^ Missing home attendances v Blackheath on 5 September 1998, Coventry on 3 October 1998, Moseley on 17 October 1998, Waterloo on 31 October 1998, Fylde on 21 November 1998, Wakefield on 27 February 1999, Exeter on 20 March 1999, Orrell on 7 April 1999 and London Welsh on 1 May 1999.
  10. ^ Missing home attendances v Rugby Lions on 10 October 1998, Blackheath on 24 October 1998, Coventry on 12 December 1998, Orrell on 23 January 1999, Fylde on 13 March 1999, Waterloo on 3 April 1999 and Moseley on 24 April 1999.
  11. ^ Missing home attendances v Wakefield on 19 September 1998, Fylde on 24 October 1998, Orrell on 12 December 1998, Blackheath on 2 January 1999, Rugby Lions on 23 January 1999, Moseley on 27 March 1999 and Coventry on 17 April 1999.

Individual Statistics

  • Note that points scorers includes tries as well as conversions, penalties and drop goals.

Season records

See also

References

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  9. ^ "AD Prem 2 98/99 Most conversions in a match (Team)". Rugby Statbunker. 9 May 1999.
  10. ^ "AD Prem 2 98/99 Most penalties in a match (Team)". Rugby Statbunker. 9 May 1999.
  11. ^ "AD Prem 2 98/99 Most drop goals in a match (Team)". Rugby Statbunker. 9 May 1999.
  12. ^ "AD Prem 2 98/99 Most points in a match (Player)". Rugby Statbunker. 9 May 1999.
  13. ^ "AD Prem 2 98/99 Most tries in a match (Player)". Rugby Statbunker. 9 May 1999.
  14. ^ "AD Prem 2 98/99 Most conversions in a match (Player)". Rugby Statbunker. 9 May 1999.
  15. ^ "AD Prem 2 98/99 Most penalties in a match (Player)". Rugby Statbunker. 9 May 1999.
  16. ^ "AD Prem 2 98/99 Most drop goals in a match (Player)". Rugby Statbunker. 9 May 1999.
  17. ^ "AD Prem 2 98/99 Home attendance". Rugby Statbunker. 9 May 1999.

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