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1990 British League season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1990 British League season
LeagueBritish League
ChampionsReading Racers
No. of competitors9
Knockout CupReading Racers
IndividualHans Nielsen
Highest averageHans Nielsen
Division/s below1990 National League

The 1990 British League season was the 56th season of the top tier of speedway in the United Kingdom and the 26th known as the British League.[1][2]

Summary

Reading Racers won the league for the first time since 1980. The domination of speedway in recent years by Oxford Cheetahs, Coventry Bees and Cradley Heathens had come to an end. The Reading team was an extremely strong all round squad, highlighted by the fact that Per Jonsson who finished third in the Reading averages would become World Champion by the end of the season. Veteran English international Jeremy Doncaster and their new Australian signing Todd Wiltshire topped the Reading averages and they were supported by fans favourite Jan Andersson, Dave Mullett and Tony Olsson. The team went on to complete the league and cup double after beating Bradford in the cup final.[3] Hans Nielsen of Oxford topped the averages for an incredible eighth season running and also won the British League Riders' Championship for the third time.

Final table

Pos Team PL W D L BP Pts
1 Reading Racers 32 19 3 10 13 54
2 Wolverhampton Wolves 32 17 5 10 10 49
3 Belle Vue Aces 32 19 2 11 7 47
4 Oxford Cheetahs 32 17 2 13 10 46
5 Bradford Dukes 32 16 1 15 8 41
6 Swindon Robins 32 15 2 15 8 41
7 Cradley Heath Heathens 32 12 1 19 7 32
8 Coventry Bees 32 10 3 19 7 30
9 King's Lynn Stars 32 7 5 20 2 21

M = Matches; W = Wins; D = Draws; L = Losses; Pts = Total Points

Leading averages

Rider Team Average
Denmark Hans Nielsen Oxford 10.36
Denmark Jan O. Pedersen Cradley Heath 9.37
England Jeremy Doncaster Reading 9.09
England Kelvin Tatum Coventry 8.93
United States Sam Ermolenko Sheffield 8.87
United States Ronnie Correy Sheffield 8.85
Australia Todd Wiltshire Reading 8.77
England Simon Cross Cradley 8.73
England Marvyn Cox Bradford 8.63
Sweden Jimmy Nilsen Swindon 8.57

British League Knockout Cup

The 1990 Sppedway Star British League Knockout Cup was the 52nd edition of the Knockout Cup for tier one teams. Reading Racers were the winners.[4]

First Round

Date Team One Score Team Two
04/04 Coventry 45-45 Oxford
18/05 Oxford 44-46 Coventry

Quarter Finals

Date Team One Score Team Two
21/07 Coventry 37-53 Swindon
11/07 Cradley Heath 45-45 Bradford
14/07 Bradford 54-36 Cradley Heath
07/07 Swindon 56-34 Coventry
15/06 Belle Vue 61-29 Wolverhampton
21/05 Wolverhampton 34-56 Belle Vue
23/04 Reading 54-36 King's Lynn
21/04 King's Lynn 47-42 Reading

Semi Finals

Date Team One Score Team Two
20/09 Swindon 50-40 Bradford
13/09 Bradford 51-39 Swindon
27/07 Belle Vue 57-33 Reading
16/07 Reading 53-36 Belle Vue

Final

First leg

Second leg

Reading Racers were declared Knockout Cup Champions, winning on aggregate 98-82.

Teams

Belle Vue Aces

Bradford Dukes

Coventry Bees

Cradley Heath

King's Lynn Stars

Oxford Cheetahs

Reading Racers

Swindon Robins

Wolverhampton Wolves

See also

References

  1. ^ "Historic league tables". Speedway Archive.
  2. ^ "HISTORY ARCHIVE". British Speedway. Retrieved 3 July 2021.
  3. ^ "1990 league tables". Speedway GB.
  4. ^ "1990 British League Knockout Cup". Speedway archive.
  5. ^ "Racers made to Sweat". Reading Evening Post. 9 October 1990. Retrieved 27 June 2021 – via British Newspaper Archive.
  6. ^ "Mullett hero of Odsal victory". Reading Evening Post. 15 October 1990. Retrieved 27 June 2021 – via British Newspaper Archive.
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