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North Midlands Vase

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North Midlands Vase Plate Yardley & District Winners Presentation 2017/2018

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Bromsgrove Rugby Club 1st try vs Newport North Midlands Cup Final 13/05/18

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DCRFU v North Midlands line up

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2nd try for Droitwich Rugby Club in North Midlands Shield Plate Final 13/05/18

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East Midlands v North Midlands Clip 1

The North Midlands Vase is an annual rugby union knock-out club competition organized by the North Midlands Rugby Football Union and was first contested during the 2005-06 season when Kings Norton became the first winners when they defeated Oswestry in the final at Stourton Park in Stourbridge. The vase is currently open for clubs ranked in tiers 9-10 of the English rugby union system that fall under the North Midlands RFU umbrella, including sides based in Birmingham and the West Midlands, Herefordshire, Shropshire and Worcestershire, although one club, Dudley Wasps plays in the Midlands Reserve League, and two others, Bredon Star and Ross Wye, are both based in Gloucestershire and play in Gloucester 1 and Gloucester 2 respectively. In 2014 the North Midlands RFU introduced a 'Plate' competition for sides eliminated in the early stages of the vase. It is one of three men's club competitions in the region along with the North Midlands Cup and the North Midlands Shield.
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