2006–07 National Division Two
The 2006–07 National Division Two
was the seventh version (twentieth overall) of the third division
of the English rugby union
league system using the name National Division Two. New teams to the division included Bradford & Bingley
(champions) and Nuneaton
(playoffs) who were promoted from the 2005–06 National Division Three North
who came up from the 2005–06 National Division Three South
and no new teams joined from the previous season's National Division One
due to the RFU's
decision to expand that league from 14 to 16 teams and ending relegation for that season alone.
At the end of the season Esher were the clear league winners, beating second place Launceston to the title by 9 points and defeating the Cornish side home and away, with both sides being promoted to the 2007–08 National Division One. Relegated teams included Harrogate, Barking and newly promoted Bradford & Bingley. All three sides finished well below 11th placed Halifax with Harrogate only winning one game all season. Harrogate and Bradford & Bingley would drop to the 2007–08 National Division Three North while Barking would go down to the 2007–08 National Division Three South.
107 - 5 Cambridge at home to Harrogate on 28 April 2007
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