The 1994 British League Division Three was the third tier/division of British speedway. It was the final season of the British League before a restructure of the sport.[1]

Summary

The title was won by Berwick Bandits. The Iwade Kent Crusaders withdrew after one match.[2]

Final league table

[3]

Pos Team Played W D L F A Pts Bonus Total
1 Berwick Bandits 10 7 1 2 443 329 15 5 20
2 Cleveland Bays 10 6 1 3 420 356 13 3 16
3 Stoke Potters 10 6 0 4 389 379 12 3 15
4 Linlithgow Lightning 10 4 0 6 390 386 8 3 11
5 Mildenhall Fen Tigers 10 4 0 6 350 419 8 1 9
6 Buxton Hitmen 10 2 0 8 324 447 4 0 4

Iwade Kent Crusaders withdrew.

Other honours

  • Riders' Championship - Andy Howe (Cleveland)

Leading averages

Rider Team Average
Glyn Taylor Berwick Bandits 9.79
Jason Handley Cleveland Bays 9.67
Paul Gould Cleveland Bays 9.50
Geoff Powell Linlithgow Lightings 9.40
Simon Wolstenholme Mildenhall Fen Tigers 9.03
Mark Burrows Cleveland Bays 9.00
Paul Gould Linlithgow Lightings 8.72
Michael Lowrie Berwick Bandits 8.50
David Nagel Berwick Bandits 8.50
Andy Howe Cleveland Bays 8.28

See also

List of United Kingdom Speedway League Champions

References

  1. ^ "1996 tables". Speedway GB.
  2. ^ "1994 tables". Speedway GB.
  3. ^ "Table". Speedway Archives.