Sporting union Tyrosse Rugby Southern part
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| Club founded in
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40230 Saint-Vincent-to-Tyrosse |} The Sporting union Tyrossaise Rugby Southern part or US Tyrosse of Rugby to XV French is a club pertaining to the committee Côte Basque-Moors and taking part in the championship of Fédérale 1 in 2007-2008.
HistoryThe club is born on June 24th, 1919 from the amalgamation of two preexistent companies, the Athletic Sport Tyrossais and the Ralliement , founded before the war. This “Tom Thumb” of French Rugby, representative of a small town of 6.000 inhabitants, also forced admiration while being maintained in the First Division between 1928 and the Nineties. It nevertheless was relegated Pro D2 in 2005-2006 and will evolve/move for the first time of its history into Federal 1 in 2006-07. The club also cut a beautiful reputation of formative club.
- Champion of France Groups b: 1981
- Several eighth of finale of the Championnat of France of Rugby: 1938, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1960, 1971, 1985, 1988 Victorious
- of the Challenge of the Hope: 1982
- Champion of France Juniors has Reichel: 1980
Players emblematicThe Tyrossaise Sporting union provided the many international ones to the XV of France.
- André Alvarez
- Pierre Armentia
- Guy Camberabero
- Pierre Daulouède (4 selections as from 1937)
- Pierre Dizabo
- François Freeze
- Louis Junquas
- Jean-Joseph Rupert
- Christophe Milhères
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