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Hampshire 1

Hampshire 1
Current season or competition:
2019–20 Hampshire 1
England Rugby text logo.svg
SportRugby union
Number of teams10
Country England
HoldersAlton (1st title) (2018–19)
(promoted to Hampshire Premier)
Most titlesAldershot & Fleet, Alresford, Farnborough, Isle of Wight, Romsey (2 titles)
Websiteenglandrugby.com

Hampshire 1 is an English level 10 Rugby Union league for teams based in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Up until the 2017-18 season it was known as Hampshire 2 but was changed to Hampshire 1 following the restructuring of the Hampshire leagues, which would see the re-introduction of a third division as well as 2nd and 3rd XV sides joining for the first time. Each year some of the clubs in this division also take part in the RFU Junior Vase - a level 9-12 national competition.

The ten teams play home and away matches from September through to April. Promoted teams move up to Hampshire Premier while relegated teams drop to Hampshire 2.

The points system is as follows.

  • 4 points awarded for a win.
  • 2 points awarded for a draw.
  • 0 points awarded for a loss.
  • 1 "bonus" (+) point awarded for scoring 4 tries (or more).
  • 1 "bonus" (+) point awarded for losing by 7 points (or fewer).

No team can get more than 5 points in a match. Points awarded are the same regardless of the outcome at home or away.

Teams for 2019-20

Teams for 2018-19

Participating Clubs 2017-18

Participating Clubs 2016-17

  • Aldershot & Fleet
  • Alresford
  • Alton
  • Fawley
  • Kingsclere
  • Loxheath Pumas (relegated from Hampshire 1)
  • Lymington Mariners
  • Nomads
  • Overton
  • Southampton

Participating Clubs 2015-2016

  • Aldershot & Fleet
  • Alresford
  • Alton (relegated from Hampshire 1)
  • Fawley
  • Kingsclere
  • Nomads
  • Overton
  • Romsey (relegated from Hampshire 1)
  • Southampton
  • Ventnor

Participating Clubs 2014-2015

  • Aldershot & Fleet
  • Alresford
  • Chineham
  • Fawley
  • Locksheath Pumas
  • Kingsclere
  • Overton (relegated from Hampshire 1)
  • Southampton (relegated from Hampshire 1)
  • Southsea Nomads
  • Ventnor

Participating Clubs 2013-14

Position Team Games Won Drew Lost Points
1 Petersfield 18 17 0 1 80
2 Fareham Heathens 18 14 0 4 70
3 Locksheath Pumas 18 13 1 4 64
4 Ventnor 18 12 0 6 60
5 Fawley 18 12 0 6 53
6 Chineham 18 9 1 8 49
7 Southsea Nomads 18 7 0 11 36
8 Aldershot & Fleet 18 4 0 12 11
9 Stoneham 18 1 0 17 5
10 Alresford 18 2 0 14 -3

Petersfield and Fareham Heathens promoted into Hampshire 1 at the end of the season.

Participating Clubs 2012-13

  • Alresford
  • Chineham
  • Fareham Heathens
  • Fawley
  • Locksheath Pumas
  • Lymington Mariners
  • Nomads (relegated from Hampshire 1)
  • Overton
  • Solent University
  • Stoneham
  • Ventnor (relegated from Hampshire 1)

Hampshire 1 Honours

Hampshire 1 Honours
Season No of Teams Champions Runners–up Relegated Teams League Name
1998-99[1] 8 Romsey New Milton & District Fordingbridge Hampshire 2
1999-00[2] 9 Sandown & Shanklin Hamble Stoneham, Chineham Hampshire 2
2000-01[3] 9 Fareham Heathens Nomads Team Solent Hampshire 2
2001-02[4] 10 New Milton & District Eastleigh Overton, Kingsclere Hampshire 2
2002-03[5] 9 Isle Of Wight Fawley East Dorset, Ventnor Hampshire 2
2003-04[6] 8 Alresford Nomads Kingsclere, Overton Hampshire 2
2004-05[7] 8 Aldershot & Fleet Ellingham & Ringwood Lytchett Minster, Fawley Hampshire 2
2005-06[8] 9 Farnborough Eastleigh Locksheath Pumas, Kingsclere, Ventnor Hampshire 2
2006-07[9] 9 East Dorset Fordingbridge Alresford, Fawley Hampshire 2
2007-08[10] 9 Eastleigh Romsey Chineham, Ventnor Hampshire 2
2008-09[10] 8 Aldershot & Fleet Fareham Heathens No relegation[a 3] Hampshire 2
2009-10[11] 12 Isle Of Wight Ventnor No relegation Hampshire 2
2010-11[12] 9 Nomads Lytchett Minster No relegation Hampshire 2
2011-12[13] 10 Southampton Aldershot & Fleet No relegation Snows Group Hampshire 2
2012-13[14] 11 Team Solent Overton No relegation Snows Group Hampshire 2
2013-14[15] 10 Petersfield Fareham Heathens No relegation Snows Group Hampshire 2
2014-15[16] 10 Locksheath Pumas Chineham No relegation Snows Group Hampshire 2
2015-16[17] 10 Romsey Ventnor No relegation Snows Group Hampshire 2
2016-17[18] 10 Alresford Overton No relegation Snows Group Hampshire 2
2017-18[19] 9 Farnborough[a 4] Romsey Chineham, Southsea Nomads, Aldershot & Fleet, Fawley[a 5] Snows Group Hampshire 2
2018-19[20] 10 Alton Ellingham & Ringwood Andover II, Southampton Hampshire 1
2019-20 10 Hampshire 1
Green backgrounds are promotion places.

Number of league titles

  • Aldershot & Fleet (2)
  • Alresford (2)
  • Farnborough (2)
  • Isle Of Wight (2)
  • Romsey (2)
  • Alton (1)
  • East Dorset (1)
  • Eastleigh (1)
  • Fareham Heathens (1)
  • Locksheath Pumas (1)
  • New Milton & District (1)
  • Nomads (1)
  • Petersfield (1)
  • Sandown & Shanklin (1)
  • Southampton (1)
  • Team Solent (1)

Notes

  1. ^ Despite finishing as champions Farnborough were not promoted at the end of the 2017-18 season due to the Hampshire leagues being restructured.
  2. ^ Despite finishing as runners up Romsey were not promoted at the end of the 2017-18 season due to the Hampshire leagues being restructured.
  3. ^ No relegation as Hampshire 3 would be abolished for the following season with all teams from that division moving up into Hampshire 2.
  4. ^ No teams were promoted this season due to the Hampshire leagues being restructured for the 2018-19 season.
  5. ^ The restructuring of the Hampshire leagues would see a new Hampshire 2 division into which an abnormal number of teams were relegated.

See also

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