1913–14 French Rugby Union Championship

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1913–14 French Rugby Union Championship
Countries  France
Champions Perpignan
Runners-up Stadoceste tarbais
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The 1913-14 French Rugby Championship was contested by the winners of the regional championship of the USFSA.

The Perpignan was the French Champion, beating Stadoceste tarbais in the final 8-7.

First round[edit]

Winner of regional championship:

22 feb. Perpignan - Toulon 25 - 0 Perpignan
22 feb. Stade Bordelais - Compiègne 23 - 0 Bordeaux
22 feb. Le Havre AC - Stade Nantais 13 - 3 Parc des Princes, Paris
22 feb. Stadoceste tarbais - Periguex 3 – 0 o.t. Tarbes
22 feb. Chalon - Racing Club de France 0 – 5 [1] Chalon-sur-Saône
22 feb. Limoges - Toulouse 0 - 14 Limoges
22 feb. Bayonne - La Rochelle 28 - 0 Bayonne
1 mar. FC Lyon - Grenoble - 99 Lyon

Semifinals Pools[edit]

The eight qualified teams were divided in two pools , the first two were qualified for the final.

Poule A[edit]

Poule B[edit]

pool tiebreaker Aving three time with same points, a new match between Perpignan and Bayonne was drawn. The winner was to play against Toulouse for the final.

The first match was played in March won and was tied (6-6 after two overtime of 10 minutes)

The match was repeated in April 5, and Perpignan won 3-0, and after won against Toulose 6-0

Final[edit]

Teams Perpignan - Stadoceste tarbais
Score 8-7 (0-0)
Date 3 mai 1914
Venue Stade des Ponts Jumeaux à Toulouse
Referee Charles Gondouin
Line-up
Perpignan Joseph Couffé, Joseph Amilhat, Max Courregé, Félix Barbe, Paul Serre, Aimé Giral, François Fournié, Georges Lacarra, Jean Roques, Joseph Lyda, Maurice Gravas, François Naute, Edouard Joué, Raymond Schuller, André Cutzach
Stadoceste tarbais Jean Caujolle, Albert Cazajous, Amédée Gardex, Jean Sentilles, Robert Lacoste, Jean Pourtau, Guillaume Laterrade, Roger Lavigne, Albert Vogt, Paul Gallay, Maurice Labeyrie, Emile Mousseigne, Jean-Marcellin Lastegaray, Félix Faure, René Duffour
Scorers
Perpignan 2 tries Lyda and Courragé
1 conversion de Giral
Stadoceste tarbais 1 try Lastegaray
1 drop de Gardex

The Tarbes' team finished the match with 13 player after the send off of the hooker Fauré and an injury to the captain Duffour (broken bones), despite this, they led the match 7-0 for a long time and only in the final was defeated.

Other competitions[edit]

In the final of Championship for the 2nd XV the Stade Bordelais won with Perpignan 6 - 0.

In the second division championship the Saint-Girons won against CASG 8 à 7.

Sources[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Chalon, leaves the ground after first half