1993–94 French Rugby Union Championship

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French Rugby Championship 1992-93
Countries  France
Number of teams 32 teams
Champions Toulouse
Runners-up Montferrand
Relegated Mon de Marsan, Lourdes,
Beziers, LOU
← 1992-93
1994-95 →

The 1993-94 French Rugby Union Championship was contested by 32 club divided in four pools. At the end of the first phase, the team placed at first four place of each pools, were admitted to the " Top 16" arranged with four pool of four teams. The first two of each pool were admitted to quarters of finals.

The four club of Périgueux, Dijon, Lyon OU and Lourdes was the newcomer, coming from "Group B" 1992-93.

Toulouse won is 11th title beating Montferrand in the final. In this Way Toulouse became, with Béziers, the winner of more title.s.[1] Montferrand, lost another final. Ath the end of the season are relagted : Mon de Marsan, Lourdes, Béziers and Lyon OU.

Participants[edit]

Team listed as the final ranking. In bold the qualified to next round

Pool 1

Pool 2

Pool 3

Pool 4

Top 16[edit]

Team listed as the final ranking. In bold the qualified to next round

Pool 1

Pool 2

Pool 3

Pool 4

Final stages[edit]

Quarts de finale[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

Final[edit]

28 May 1994
Toulouse 22 – 16 Montferrand
Try: Cazalbou (63')
Con: Deylaud (63')
Pen: Deylaud (3) (38', 52', 77')
Drop: Deylaud (2) (40', 66')
Try: Juillet (60')
Con: Pradier (60')
Pen: Pradier (3) (6', 26', 34')
Parc des Princes, Paris
Referee: Marc Desclaux
FB 15 France Joël Dupuy
RW 14 France Émile Ntamack
OC 13 France Philippe Carbonneau Substituted off 79'
IC 12 France Olivier Carbonneau Substituted off 64'
LW 11 France David Berty
FH 10 France Christophe Deylaud
SH 9 France Jérôme Cazalbou
N8 8 France Albert Cigagna (c)
OF 7 France Régis Sonnes
BF 6 France Jean-Luc Cester
RL 5 France Franck Belot
LL 4 France Hugues Miorin
TP 3 France Claude Portolan
HK 2 France Patrick Soula Substituted off 77'
LP 1 France Christian Califano
Substitutions:
HK 16 France Christophe Guiter Substituted in 77'
PR 17 France Patrick Diniz
LK 18 France Jean Joanny
FL 19 France Didier Lacroix
CE 20 France Thomas Castaignède Substituted in 64'
FB 21 France Ugo Mola Substituted in 79'
Coach:
France Guy Novès
FB 15 France Gilles Darlet
RW 14 France Raphaël Saint-André
OC 13 France Fabrice Ribeyrolles
IC 12 France Philippe Saint-André
LW 11 France Fabien Bertrank
FH 10 France Éric Nicol
SH 9 France Marc Pradier
N8 8 France Christophe Juillet
OF 7 France Jean-Marc Lhermet (c)
BF 6 France Arnaud Costes
RL 5 France Jean-Philippe Versailles
LL 4 France Éric Lecomte
TP 3 France Christophe Duchêne
HK 2 France Philippe Marocco
LP 1 France Emmanuel Menieu
Substitutions:
HK 16 France Olivier Mallaret
LK 17 France Raphaël Chamelot
FL 18 France Ghislain Couchard
SH 19 France Patrick Ladouce
FH 20 France Laurent Romeu
WG 21 France Gaëtan Héry
Coach:
France Patrick Boucheix

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ (Escot et Rivière 2009, p. 271)
  2. ^ "Montferrand 15-8 Toulon". www.cybervulcans.net. Retrieved 27 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "Championnat 93-94 Quart de finale Toulouse-Narbonne". www.stadetoulousain.fr. Toulouse. Retrieved 27 October 2012. 
  4. ^ "Montferrand 22-15 Grenoble". www.cybervulcans.net. Retrieved 27 October 2012. 
  5. ^ "Championnat 93-94 Demi-finale Dax-Toulouse". www.stadetoulousain.fr. Toulouse. Retrieved 27 October 2012. 

Bibliografia[edit]

  • Un siècle de rugby (in French) (13 ed.). Calmann-Lévy. 17 November 2010. ISBN 978-2-7021-4118-2. siècle. 

External links[edit]