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There was no end of season play-off and as no team met the minimum standards criteria, no team was promoted to Premiership Rugby. [2] For the second consecutive year no team was relegated from the league. RFU funding[edit] For the second year in a row each club will receive approximately £161, 500 in funding from the RFU as part of the reduction of funding introduced ahead of the 2016–17 season. [3][4][5] Last season, following news of the funding change, several clubs announced a switch to a semi-professional business model. Match Preview: 1st XV v Jersey Reds 17 Dec 2022 — Jersey Reds went top of the Championship after a bonus-point 45-5 win over Bedford. · Tim Grey and Macauley Cook added to the lead early in the ... Championship: RFU confirms 11-team competition for Bedford. Harvey Biljon (Jersey director of rugby) watches the team during the warm up for the Ampthill Rugby V Jersey Reds Championship rugby match. Bedford ... [6][7] Teams[edit] Ten of the eleven teams played in last season's competition. Saracens having beaten Ealing Trailfinders in the 2020–21 final were promoted into Premiership Rugby with no team relegated. [8] London Scottish returned to the league following a one-year hiatus due to the costs associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. [9] They intended to leave the Athletic Ground ahead of this season, however it was later confirmed they would remain at the Athletic Ground. [10][11] Club Stadium Capacity Area Previous season Ampthill Dillingham Park 3, 000 Ampthill, Bedfordshire 7th Bedford Blues Goldington Road 5, 000 (1, 700 seats)[a] Bedford, Bedfordshire 8th Cornish Pirates Mennaye Field 4, 000 (2, 200 seats) Penzance, Cornwall 4th Coventry Butts Park Arena 4, 000 (3, 000 seats) Coventry, West Midlands 5th Doncaster Knights Castle Park 5, 183[12] (1, 650 seats) Doncaster, South Yorkshire 3rd Ealing Trailfinders Trailfinders Sports Ground West Ealing, London 1st (runner up) Hartpury University ALPAS Arena 2, 000 Hartpury, Gloucestershire 9th Jersey Reds Stade Santander International 4, 000 Saint Peter, Jersey 6th London Scottish Athletic Ground 4, 500 (1, 000 seats) Richmond, London N/A Nottingham Lady Bay Sports Ground 3, 500 Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 10th Richmond 11th Locations of the 2021–22 RFU Championship teams Greater London RFU Championship teams Table[edit] Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Diff Try bonus Losing bonus Points 1 20 16 0 4 890 336 554 15 80 2 17 3 524 322 202 9 77 14 521 365 156 12 73 13 6 596 436 160 69 5 11 536 503 33 10 50 8 420 511 −91 46 7 Hartpury 515 468 582 −114 45 440 546 −106 42 407 690 −283 30 18 326 846 −520 If teams are level at any stage, tiebreakers are applied in the following order: Number of matches won Difference between points for and against Total number of points for Aggregate number of points scored in matches between tied teams Number of matches won excluding the first match, then the second and so on until the tie is settled Green background Championship winners Updated: 2 April 2022 Source: "The Championship". 2 per match)Top point scorer150 – James Williams (Hartpury)Top try scorer17 – Mark Bright (Richmond)Eoghan Clarke (Jersey Reds)[1]← 2020–212022–23 → The 2021–22 RFU Championship was the thirteenth season of the RFU Championship, the professional second tier of rugby union in England. It featured ten English teams and one from Jersey. Saracens are the reigning champions and were promoted to the Premiership. Structure[edit] In a return to the structure used prior to 2020–21, the eleven teams played each of the other teams twice. England Rugby. Fixtures & results[edit] Fixtures for the season were announced by the RFU on 22 July 2021. The season commenced on 17 September and the final round of matches are due to take place in mid-March. Round 1[edit] Lady Bay Sports GroundAttendance: 1, 047Referee: Jack Makepeace [13] Round 2[edit] ALPAS ArenaAttendance: 1, 247Referee: Anthony Woodthorpe Dillingham ParkAttendance: 842Referee: Andrew Jackson [14] Round 3[edit] Lady Bay Sports GroundAttendance: 937Referee: Adam Leal [15] Round 4[edit] ALPAS ArenaAttendance: 1, 194Referee: Jack Makepeace Dillingham ParkAttendance: 1, 924Referee: Hamish Smales [16] Round 5[edit] Nottingham8 – 32Cornish Pirates (1 BP)Lady Bay Sports GroundAttendance: 1, 233Referee: Mike Hudson Jersey Reds17 – 17AmpthillStade Santander InternationalAttendance: 941Referee: Joe James (2 BP) Bedford Blues32 – 37Richmond (1 BP)Goldington RoadAttendance: 2, 735Referee: George Selwood Coventry24 – 73Ealing Trailfinders (1 BP)Butts Park ArenaAttendance: 2, 363Referee: Sara Cox London Scottish19 – 62Hartpury (1 BP)Athletic GroundAttendance: 475Referee: Alex Thomas[17] Round 6[edit] (1 BP) Ampthill18 – 20Doncaster KnightsDillingham ParkAttendance: 579Referee: Anthony Woodthorpe (1 BP) Richmond20 – 26Jersey RedsAthletic GroundAttendance: 855Referee: Brendon Pickerill (1 BP) Cornish Pirates40 – 5CoventryMennaye FieldAttendance: 1, 897Referee: Nick Wood Hartpury19 – 42Bedford Blues (1 BP)ALPAS ArenaAttendance: 1, 047Referee: Sara Cox (1 BP) Ealing Trailfinders101 – 7London ScottishTrailfinders Sports GroundAttendance: 850Referee: Neil Chivers [18] Round 7[edit] ( 1 BP) Jersey Reds32 – 17HartpuryStade Santander InternationalAttendance: 1, 013Referee: Alexander Thomas (1 BP) Doncaster Knights37 – 5RichmondCastle ParkAttendance: 947Referee: Neil Chivers Bedford Blues14 – 50Ealing Trailfinders ( 1 BP)Goldington RoadAttendance: 2, 172Referee: Joseph James (1 BP) Coventry35 – 12NottinghamButts Park ArenaAttendance: 1, 804Referee: Simon Harding (1 BP) London Scottish17 – 19Cornish PiratesAthletic GroundAttendance: 662Referee: Harry Walbaum [19] Round 8[edit] (1 BP) Nottingham41 – 31London Scottish (1 BP)Lady Bay Sports GroundAttendance: 1, 141Referee: Charlie Gayther (1 BP) Cornish Pirates39 – 24Bedford Blues (1 BP)Mennaye FieldAttendance: 1, 686Referee: Dan Jones (2 BP) Richmond36 – 38Ampthill (1 BP)Athletic GroundAttendance: 530Referee: George Selwood (1 BP) Hartpury15 – 20Doncaster KnightsALPAS ArenaAttendance: 827Referee: Joe James (1 BP) Ealing Trailfinders35 – 29Jersey Reds (2 BP)Trailfinders Sports GroundAttendance: 900Referee: Andrew Jackson [20] Round 9[edit] (1 BP) Ampthill24 – 39Hartpury (1 BP)Dillingham ParkAttendance: 754Referee: Michael Hudson Jersey Reds15 – 5Cornish PiratesStade Santander InternationalAttendance: 1, 803Referee: Neil Chivers Doncaster Knights22 – 5Ealing TrailfindersCastle ParkAttendance: 703Referee: Ian Tempest (1 BP) Bedford Blues40 – 9NottinghamGoldington RoadAttendance: 1, 083Referee: Dan Jones (1 BP) London Scottish36 – 23CoventryAthletic GroundAttendance: 903Referee: Anthony Woodthorpe [21] Round 10[edit] NottinghamP – PJersey RedsLady Bay Sports Ground [22] (1 BP) Hartpury38 – 20RichmondALPAS ArenaAttendance: 853Referee: Neil Chivers Coventry15 – 14Bedford Blues (1 BP)Butts Park ArenaAttendance: 2, 047Referee: Jack Makepeace (1 BP) Ealing Trailfinders54 – 17AmpthillTrailfinders Sports GroundAttendance: 828Referee: Dan Jones (1 BP) Cornish Pirates29 – 7Doncaster KnightsMennaye FieldAttendance: 1, 630Referee: Adam Leal [23] Round 11[edit] Ampthill13 – 26Cornish Pirates (1 BP)Dillingham ParkAttendance: 508Referee: Jack Makepeace (1 BP) Doncaster Knights45 – 12NottinghamCastle ParkAttendance: 812Referee: Sara Cox (1 BP) Bedford Blues24 – 19London Scottish (1 BP)Goldington RoadAttendance: 2, 070Referee: Harry Walbaum (1 BP) Jersey Reds29 – 24Coventry (1 BP)Stade Santander InternationalAttendance: 1, 090Referee: Adam Leal Richmond24 – 33Ealing Trailfinders (1 BP)Athletic GroundAttendance: 940Referee: Joe James [24] Round 12[edit] Ampthill20 – 15Nottingham (1 BP)Dillingham ParkAttendance: 539Referee: George Selwood (1 BP) Doncaster Knights31 – 9CoventryCastle ParkAttendance: 800Referee: Alexander Thomas HartpuryP – PEaling Trailfinders (1 BP) Jersey Reds31 – 13London ScottishStade Santander InternationalAttendance: 1, 028Referee: Nick Wood RichmondP – PCornish Pirates [26] Round 13[edit] (1 BP) Coventry26 – 22Ampthill (1 BP)Butts Park ArenaAttendance: 2, 501Referee: Anthony Woodthorpe Bedford Blues28 – 19Jersey RedsGoldington RoadAttendance: 4, 153Referee: Jack Makepeace London Scottish19 – 39Doncaster Knights (1 BP)Athletic GroundAttendance: 909Referee: Adam Leal Lady Bay Sports Ground [27] Cornish PiratesP – PHartpury Bye/s: Ealing Trailfinders [29] Round 14[edit] (1 BP) Ampthill36 – 17London ScottishDillingham ParkAttendance: 749Referee: Sara Cox Doncaster KnightsP – PBedford Blues Ealing TrailfindersP – PCornish PiratesTrailfinders Sports Ground[30] (1 BP) Hartpury30 – 26Nottingham (2 BP)ALPAS ArenaAttendance: 381Referee: Sara Cox Round 15[edit] Nottingham21 – 34Ealing Trailfinders (1 BP)Lady Bay Sports GroundAttendance: 851Referee: Jack Makepeace Bedford Blues10 – 20AmpthillGoldington RoadAttendance: 3, 431Referee: Adam Leal (1 BP) Coventry34 – 33Hartpury (2 BP)Butts Park ArenaAttendance: 2, 136Referee: Joe James Jersey Reds19 – 35Doncaster Knights (1 BP)Stade Santander InternationalAttendance: 1, 274Referee: Sara Cox London Scottish12 – 31Richmond (1 BP)Athletic GroundAttendance: 1, 532Referee: Nick Wood [31] Round 16[edit] (1 BP) Hartpury31 – 31London Scottish (1 BP)ALPAS ArenaAttendance: 1, 503Referee: Hary Walbaum (1 BP) Ampthill12 – 17Jersey RedsDillingham ParkAttendance: 627Referee: Charlie Gayther (1 BP) Cornish Pirates52 – 17NottinghamMennaye FieldAttendance: 1, 848Referee: Dan Jones (1 BP) Ealing Trailfinders47 – 5CoventryTrailfinders Sports GroundAttendance: 901Referee: George Selwood Richmond22 – 19Bedford Blues (1 BP)Athletic GroundAttendance: 1, 740Referee: Sara Cox [32] Round 17[edit] (1 BP) Jersey Reds29 – 13RichmondStade Santander InternationalAttendance: 1, 272Referee: Hamish Smales Doncaster Knights19 – 13Ampthill (1 BP)Castle ParkAttendance: 1, 131Referee: Andrew Jackson Bedford Blues10 – 34Hartpury (1 BP)Goldington RoadAttendance: 2, 073Referee: Alex Thomas Coventry21 – 31Cornish Pirates (1 BP)Butts Park ArenaAttendance: 2, 534Referee: Mike Hudson London ScottishP – PEaling Trailfinders [33] Rounds 10, 12 & 14 (rescheduled matches)[edit] (1 BP) Nottingham31 – 41Jersey Reds (1 BP)Lady Bay Sports GroundAttendance: 838Referee: Anthony Woodthorpe Richmond24 – 24Cornish Pirates (1 BP)Athletic GroundAttendance: 630Referee: Dan Jones Doncaster Knights24 – 0Bedford BluesCastle ParkAttendance: 1, 112Referee: Nick Wood Hartpury14 – 33Ealing Trailfinders (1 BP)ALPAS ArenaAttendance: 811Referee: Michale Hudson[34] Round 18[edit] (1 BP) Nottingham27 – 15CoventryLady Bay Sports GroundAttendance: 919Referee: Hamish Smales (1 BP) Hartpury31 – 40Jersey Reds (1 BP)ALPAS ArenaAttendance: 966Referee: Dan Jones Cornish Pirates19 – 0London ScottishMennaye FieldAttendance: 1, 440Referee: Alex Thomas Ealing Trailfinders19 – 31Bedford Blues (1 BP)Trailfinders Sports GroundAttendance: 1, 250Referee: George Selwood (2 BP) Richmond30 – 33Doncaster Knights (1 BP)Athletic GroundAttendance: 700Referee: Charles Gayther [35] Round 19[edit] Ampthill13 – 8Richmond (1 BP)Dillingham ParkAttendance: 321Referee: Nick Wood Doncaster Knights11 – 10Hartpury (1 BP)Castle ParkAttendance: 1, 214Referee: Joe James Bedford Blues12 – 20Cornish PiratesGoldington RoadAttendance: 2, 571Referee: Andrew Jackson Jersey Reds10 – 22Ealing TrailfindersStade Santander InternationalAttendance: 1, 464Referee: Adam Leal London Scottish24 – 36Nottingham (1 BP)Athletic GroundAttendance: 480Referee: Michael Hudson [36] Round 20[edit] (1 BP) Hartpury20 – 21AmpthillALPAS ArenaAttendance: 1, 073Referee: Nicholas Wood (1 BP) Coventry62 – 12London ScottishButts Park ArenaAttendance: 1, 977Referee: Dan Jones Ealing Trailfinders17 – 25Doncaster KnightsTrailfinders Sports GroundAttendance: 983Referee: Hamish Smales Cornish Pirates21 – 17Jersey Reds (1 BP)Mennaye FieldAttendance: 2, 042[37]Referee: Anthony Woodthorpe Nottingham22 – 47Bedford Blues (1 BP)Lady Bay Sports GroundAttendance: 1, 288Referee: Harry Walbaum [38] Rounds 13 & 17 (rescheduled matches)[edit] (1 BP) Nottingham12 – 19RichmondLady Bay Sports GroundAttendance: 1, 270Referee: Joe James London Scottish0 – 81Ealing Trailfinders (1 BP)Athletic GroundAttendance: 584Referee: Charles Gayther [38] Round 21[edit] (1 BP) Bedford Blues15 – 17CoventryGoldington RoadAttendance: 2, 818Referee: Sara Cox Ampthill5 – 38Ealing Trailfinders (1 BP)Dillingham ParkAttendance: 795Referee: Neil Chivers Athletic GroundAttendance: 669Referee: Jack Makepeace (1 BP) Doncaster Knights22 – 15Cornish Pirates (1 BP)Castle ParkAttendance: 1, 285Referee: Mike Hudson (1 BP) Jersey Reds48 – 12NottinghamStade Santander InternationalAttendance: 1, 432Referee: Alex Thomas [39] Rescheduled matches[edit] (1 BP) Cornish Pirates31 – 24Hartpury (2 BP)Mennaye FieldAttendance: 1, 843 London Scottish21 – 62Bedford Blues (1 BP)Athletic GroundAttendance: 521 (1 BP) Coventry38 – 66Jersey Reds(1 BP)Butts Park ArenaAttendance: 2, 341[40] (1 BP) Ealing Trailfinders44 – 24Cornish Pirates (1 BP)Trailfinders Sports GroundAttendance: 1, 741Referee: Mike Hudson (1 BP) Richmond28 – 40Coventry (1 BP)Athletic GroundAttendance: 1, 225Referee: Joe James [41] Nottingham5 – 26Doncaster Knights (1 BP)Lady Bay Sports GroundAttendance: 1, 250Referee: Nick Wood (1 BP) Cornish Pirates28 – 28Ampthill (1 BP)Mennaye FieldAttendance: 1, 678Referee: Harry Walbaum (1 BP) Ealing Trailfinders60 – 10RichmondTrailfinders Sports GroundAttendance: 800Referee: Sara Cox[1] Attendances[edit] HomeGames Total Average Highest Lowest% Capacity 7, 63 764 1, 924 321 25% 25, 931 2, 593 4, 153 1, 083 52% 16, 963 1, 696 2, 042 1, 263 42% 20, 979 2, 098 2, 534 1, 453 9, 836 984 1, 285 703 19% 10, 056 1, 006 1, 741 800 9, 902 990 1, 503 381 50% 12, 676 1, 268 1, 803 941 32% 7, 166 717 1, 532 475 16% 10, 774 1, 077 1, 288 838 31% 9, 685 969 1, 740 530 22% Leading scorers[edit] Note: Flags to the left of player names indicate national team as has been defined under World Rugby eligibility rules, or primary nationality for players who have not yet earned international senior caps. 2021–22 RFU Championship - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 2021–22 RFU ChampionshipCountries England JerseyNumber of teams11Date17 September 2021 — 2 April 2022ChampionsEaling TrailfindersRunners-upDoncaster KnightsMatches played110Attendance141, 606 (average 1, 287 per match)Highest attendance4, 153 – Bedford Blues v Jersey Reds, 26 December 2021Lowest attendance321 – Ampthill v Richmond, 19 February 2022Tries scored794 (average 7. The Championship results 2022-2023 16 Apr 2023 — JERSEY REDS vice-captain Macauley Cook put in a try-scoring, man of the match performance as the Championship side left it late to win a ... CORNISH PIRATES VS JERSEY REDS Bedford Blues, 3, 2, 0, 1, 94, 71, 23, 9. W. W. L. 6 Doncaster DON; Ealing Trailfinders EAL; Hartpury RFC HAR; Jersey Reds JRE ...


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