1910–11 French Rugby Union Championship

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1910–11 French Rugby Union Championship
Countries  France
Champions Stade Bordelais
Runners-up SCUF
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The 1910-11 French Rugby Union Championship of first division was won by Stade Bordelais that beat Sporting club universitaire (SCUF) in the final.

Stade Bordelais won all the matches (22) played in the season

That year[edit]

The 1911 Five Nations Championship was won by Wales, France was fourth thanks to his victory against Scotland.

Semifinals[edit]

19 mar. Stade Bordelais - F.C. Lyon 26 - 0
19 mar. S.C.U.F. - Tarbes 9 - 5

Final[edit]

Teams SBUC - SCUF
Score 14-0 (6-0)
Date 9 April 1911
Venue Stade du Bouscat, Bordeaux
Referee Paul Meyer
Line-up
Stade Bordelais Robert Monier, Jean-René Pascarel, Jean-Jacques de Beyssac, René Canton, Marcel Laffitte, André Perrens, Maurice Leuvielle, Maurice Boyau, Jean Anouilh, Fernand Perrens, Maurice Bruneau, Emile Strohl, Daniel Ihingoué, Julien Duffau, Henri Martin
SCUF Louis Pichereau, Emile Giffo, J.Thévenot, Henri Vezani, Charles Vallot, Henri Moure, Jules Cadenat, Albert Eutrope, R.Berthet, Henri Vives, Dominique Etchegaray, Rémi Laffitte, Charles du Souich, Henri Houblain, Maurice Auguste
Scorers
Stade Bordelais 4 tries F.Perrens, Ihingoué, Anouilh, Duffau
1 penalty M.Boyau
SCUF

Sources[edit]

  • La Vie Sportive, 1911

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