Scottish National League Division One

Scottish National League Division One

Scottish National League Division One
Formerly National League, Premiership Division Two
Sport Rugby union
Founded 1973
No. of teams 12
Country  Scotland
Most recent champion(s) Selkirk RFC
Level on pyramid 2
Promotion to Premiership
Relegation to National League Division Two

The Scottish National League Division One (known as the BT National League Division One for sponsorship reasons) is the second tier of the Scottish League Championship for amateur rugby union clubs in Scotland.

Contents

  • History 1
  • 2015-16 Clubs 2
  • Promotion and relegation 3
  • Past winners 4

History

2015-16 Clubs

Details: [1]

Promotion and relegation

The champions are promoted to the Premiership, with the runners-up entering a play-off at a neutral venue with the 9th-placed team in the Premiership. Both 9th and 10th placed National League teams are relegated to National League Division Two.

Past winners

Winners of the second tier competition - includes Division Two (1973-2012), National League (2013-2014) and National League Division 1 (2015-)

  1. Kelso (as Division Two)
  2. Langholm
  3. Selkirk
  4. Melrose
  5. Kelso
  6. Melrose
  7. Gordonians RFC
  8. Selkirk
  9. Kilmarnock RFC
  10. Ayr
  11. Glasgow Academicals
  12. Kilmarnock RFC
  13. Glasgow Academicals
  14. Kilmarnock RFC
  15. Jed-Forest
  16. Stirling County
  17. Edinburgh Wanderers
  18. Watsonians
  19. Kelso
  20. West Of Scotland
  21. Glasgow High/Kelvinside
  22. Kelso
  23. Currie
  24. Edinburgh Academicals
  25. Glasgow Hawks
  26. Gala
  27. Boroughmuir
  28. Stirling County
  29. Peebles
  30. Watsonians
  31. Gala
  32. Stirling County
  33. Dundee HSFP
  34. Stirling County
  35. West Of Scotland
  36. Dundee HSFP
  37. Stirling County
  38. Edinburgh Academicals (split format)
  39. Jed-Forest
  40. Glasgow Hawks (as National League)
  41. Boroughmuir
  42. Selkirk (as National League Division 1)