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2002 Speedway Conference League

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2002 Speedway Conference League
LeagueConference League
ChampionsPeterborough Pumas
Knockout CupBuxton Hitmen
IndividualJames Birkinshaw
Division/s above2002 Elite League
2002 Premier League

The 2002 Speedway Conference League was the third tier/division of British speedway.[1]

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Summary

The title was won by Peterborough Pumas, the junior club belonging to the Peterborough Panthers.[2]

On 1 May, David Nix was killed after crashing into the fence during the match between Newcastle and King's Lynn at the Norfolk Arena.[3]

Final league table

Pos Team Played W D L F A Pts Bonus Total
1 Peterborough Pumas 20 16 0 4 1008 786 32 8 40
2 Sheffield Prowlers 20 15 0 5 1008 780 30 9 39
3 Mildenhall Fen Tigers 20 13 0 7 988 799 26 9 35
4 Rye House Raiders 20 12 2 6 1005 789 26 7 33
5 Buxton Hitmen 20 11 0 9 919 875 22 5 27
6 Boston Barracudas 20 9 1 10 874 925 19 5 24
7 Carmarthen Dragons 19 9 0 10 801 902 18 3 21
8 Newcastle Gems 20 7 2 11 851 842 16 3 19
9 King's Lynn Kids 20 6 0 14 778 1014 12 3 15
10 Newport Mavericks 19 5 1 23 737 964 11 1 12
11 Wimbledon Dons 18 2 0 16 709 902 4 0 4

Conference League Knockout Cup

The 2002 Conference League Knockout Cup was the fifth edition of the Knockout Cup for tier three teams. Buxton Hitmen were the winners.[4] [5] [6]

Quarter-finals

Date Team one Score Team two
17/06 Sheffield 58-32 Newcastle
16/06 Buxton 43-47 Mildenhall
16/06 Newcastle 45-45 Sheffield
14/06 Newport 51-37 Wolverhampton
11/06 Wolverhampton 23-66 Newport
09/06 Mildenhall 40-50 Buxton

Semi-finals

Date Team one Score Team two
02/09 Rye House 49-41 Newport
25/08 Newport 40-49 Rye House
08/07 Sheffield 43-47 Buxton
07/07 Buxton 61-28 Sheffield

Final

First leg

Buxton
William Beveridge 15
Aidan Collins 14
Carl Belfield 12
Chris Collins 8
Lee Derbyshire 4
James Wright 4
Richard Moss 1
58 – 41Rye House
Ed Kennett 9
Scott Courtney 7
Steve Boxall 6
Luke Bowen 3
Simon Wolstenholme 3
Barry Evans 3
Daniel Giffard 2
[7]

Second leg

Rye House
Steve Boxall 15
Ed Kennett 13
Scott Courtney 8
Daniel Giffard 7
Barry Evans 4
Luke Bowen 1
Simon Wolstenholme 0
49 – 41Buxton
Aidan Collins 17
Chris Collins 8
James Wright 7
Carl Belfield 5
William Beveridge R/R
Richard Moss 3
Lee Derbyshire 2
Alan Brown 0
[7]

Buxton were declared Knockout Cup Champions, winning on aggregate 99–81.

Conference Trophy

Riders' Championship

James Birkinshaw won the Riders' Championship. The final was held on 31 August at Rye House Stadium.[8]

Pos. Rider Team Total
1 James Birkinshaw Boston 14
2 Edward Kennett Rye House 13
3 Jamie Robertson Newcastle 12
4 Wayne Broadhurst Mildenhall 12
5 Joe Cook King's Lynn 10
6 Rory Schlein Sheffield 9
7 Craig Branney Newcastle 7
8 Chris Mills King's Lynn 7
9 Steve Braidford (res) Wolverhampton 6
10 James Wright Buxton 6
11 Danny King Peterborough 5
12 James Brundle Mildenhall 5
13 Stuart McCabe Peterborough 4
14 Martin Williams Wimbledon 4
15 Adam Pryor Peterborough 4
16 Ben Wilson Sheffield 1
17 Simon Wolstenholme (res) Rye House 1
18 Barrie Evans (res) Rye House 0

See also

List of United Kingdom Speedway League Champions

References

  1. ^ "2002 tables". Speedway GB.
  2. ^ "Final table". Speedway archive.
  3. ^ "Boycott call after rider's death". Ipswich Star. Retrieved 31 July 2021.
  4. ^ "Conference League Knockout Cup Winners". Speedway Archive.
  5. ^ "2002 Conference League Knockout Cup". Speedway Archive.
  6. ^ "Season results". Speed-way.com.
  7. ^ a b "Rye House 2002" (PDF). Speedway Researcher. Retrieved 27 February 2024.
  8. ^ "Speedway: Rico wins testimonial". The Argus. Retrieved 28 June 2023.
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