1998 European Challenge Cup Final

1998 European Challenge Cup Final

1998 European Challenge Cup Final
Event 1997–98 European Challenge Cup
Date 2 February 1998
Venue Les Sept Deniers, Toulouse
Referee Ed Morrison (England)
Attendance 12,500

The 1998 European Challenge Cup Final was the final match of the 1997–98 European Challenge Cup, the second season of Europe's second tier club rugby union competition. The match was played on 2 February 1998 at Les Sept Deniers in Toulouse.

The match was contested by Colomiers and SU Agen, who are both from France. Colomiers won the match 43–5; scoring 7 tries including a double from flanker Bernard de Giusti.[1] They did concede 1 try, scored by second rower Christophe Porcu.

Match details

2 February 1998
Colomiers 18 – 9 SU Agen
Try: Biboulet
Roque
Sieurac
Galthié
De Giusti (2)
Bru
Con: Carre (4)
Report Try: Porcu
Les Sept Deniers
Attendance: 12,500
Referee: Ed Morrison (England)

See also

References

  1. ^ Colomiers 43-5 SU Agen