Final League Tables 2005/06 Season

 

2005/06: GUINNESS PREMIERSHIP
12 clubs. New Sponsor, Champions are decided at the Premiership Final at Twickenham in which Sale Sharks defeat Leicester.
Relegation and Promotion: One up, One down
Relegation: Leeds Tykes Promotion: NEC Harlequins

 
 

National Division Two - Final League Table 2005/06 Season

 
 

Team

P

W

D

L

F

A

BP

PTS

1

Moseley

26

23

0

3

785

415

20

112

2

Waterloo

26

22

2

2

801

370

18

110

3

Esher

26

18

1

7

739

407

17

91

4

Launceston

26

16

2

8

584

538

8

76

5

Wharfedale

26

12

4

10

531

550

13

69

6

Manchester

26

13

2

11

475

543

8

64

7

Barking

26

11

1

14

471

518

12

58

8

Stourbridge

26

11

1

14

462

605

8

54

9

Blackheath

26

10

0

16

503

622

12

52

10

Redruth

26

10

1

15

430

486

9

51

11

Halifax

26

9

1

16

482

589

11

49

12

Henley

26

9

0

17

475

544

12

48

13

Harrogate

26

5

1

20

476

682

17

39

14

Orrell

26

5

0

21

390

735

6

26

Relegation and Promotion: Two up, one down due to expansion of National 1 to sixteen clubs
Champions, Moseley; Promoted, Moseley and Waterloo; Relegated Orrell

 

National Division One - Final League Table 2005/06 Season

 
 

Team

P

W

D

L

F

A

BP

PTS

1

Harlequins

26

25

0

1

1001

337

21

121

2

Bedford

26

19

1

6

906

542

22

100

3

Cornish Pirates

26

19

0

7

682

560

14

90

4

Earth Titans

26

15

1

10

715

613

17

79

5

Plymouth Albion

26

14

0

12

639

537

19

75

6

Exeter

26

14

0

12

594

602

15

71

7

Nottingham

26

13

0

13

642

604

14

66

8

Coventry

26

9

0

17

593

732

18

53

9

Otley

26

10

1

15

540

627

10

52

10

Doncaster

26

10

1

15

555

699

10

52

11

Newbury

26

8

2

16

614

905

10

46

12

London Welsh

26

8

1

17

536

700

11

45

13

Sedgley Park

26

6

3

17

531

856

11

41

14

Pertemps Bees

26

6

2

18

501

735

7

34


While Moseley were being promoted back to ND1 as champions of ND2 - Harlequins were promoted back to the Premiership and replaced by Leeds Tykes. Sedgley and Bees escaped relegation due to the expansion of National One to 16 clubs.

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