The 1993 British League Division Two season was contested as the second division of Speedway in the United Kingdom.[1]

Summary

The title was won by the Glasgow Tigers.

Final table

Team PL W D L BP Pts
Glasgow Tigers 40 27 1 12 19 74
Long Eaton Invaders 40 25 0 15 13 63
Peterborough Panthers 40 24 0 16 13 61
Swindon Robins 40 23 1 16 13 60
Edinburgh Monarchs 40 20 1 19 15 56
Newcastle Diamonds 40 21 2 17 8 52
Middlesbrough Bears 40 21 0 19 8 50
Rye House Rockets 40 20 0 20 9 49
Sheffield Tigers 40 15 0 25 5 35
Exeter Falcons 40 12 0 28 3 27
Oxford Cheetahs 40 9 1 30 4 23

Leading averages

Rider Team Average
Jason Crump Swindon 10.50
Robert Nagy Glasgow 10.18
Jan Staechmann Long Eaton 10.16
Paul Thorp Newcastle 9.90
Neil Collins Long Eaton 9.60
Mark Thorpe Newcastle 9.28
Shane Bowes Glasgow 8.99
Tony Langdon Oxford 8.99
Gary Allan Swindon 8.93
Mick Poole Peterborough 8.90

British League Division Two Knockout Cup

The 1993 British League Division Two Knockout Cup was the 26th edition of the Knockout Cup for tier two teams. Glasgow Tigers were the winners of the competition.[2]

First Round

Date Team One Score Team Two
21/05 Peterborough 79-29 Oxford
09/05 Newcastle 57-50 Edinburgh
07/05 Edinburgh 61-47 Newcastle
05/05 Long Eaton 80-28 Sheffield
29/04 Sheffield 45-63 Long Eaton
14/04 Oxford 49-58 Peterborough

Quarter Finals

Date Team One Score Team Two
15/08 Rye House 64-43 Peterborough
13/08 Peterborough 72-36 Rye House
01/07 Middlesbrough 51-57 Glasgow
30/06 Long Eaton 53-54 Edinburgh
21/06 Exeter 57-51 Swindon
20/06 Edinburgh 60-48 Long Eaton
20/06 Glasgow 70-38 Middlesbrough
19/06 Swindon 60-48 Exeter

Semi Finals

Date Team One Score Team Two
08/10 Peterborough 55-53 Glasgow
03/10 Glasgow 73-35 Peterborough
07/08 Swindon 61-47 Edinburgh
06/08 Edinburgh 60-48 Swindon

Final

Date Team One Score Team Two
17/10 Glasgow 64-44 Swindon
16/10 Swindon 54-54 Glasgow

See also

List of United Kingdom Speedway League Champions

References

  1. ^ "Historic league tables". Speedway Archive.
  2. ^ "1993 National League Knockout Cup". Speedway archive.