The National League Four-Team Championship was a contest between teams competing in the British League Division Two/National League in the UK. Eight teams were grouped into fours, with one rider from each team in each race. The winners and second place of each group compete for the Championship in the final. It was known as the National League Four-Team Championship from 1976 until 1990, and as the British League Division Two Four-Team Championship from 1991 until 1994, reflecting the different names used for the league.[1]

Winners

Year Winners 2nd Place 3rd Place 4th Place
1976 Newcastle Diamonds Eastbourne Eagles Ellesmere Port Gunners Workington Comets
1977 Peterborough Panthers Canterbury Crusaders Eastbourne Eagles Stoke Potters
1978 Peterborough Panthers Stoke Potters Canterbury Crusaders Ellesmere Port Gunners
1979 Ellesmere Port Gunners Mildenhall Fen Tigers Peterborough Panthers Berwick Bandits
1980 Crayford Kestrels Rye House Rockets Ellesmere Port Gunners Stoke Potters
1981 Edinburgh Monarchs Newcastle Diamonds Middlesbrough Tigers Wolverhampton Wolves
1982 Newcastle Diamonds Mildenhall Fen Tigers Middlesbrough Tigers Rye House Rockets
1983 Newcastle Diamonds Mildenhall Fen Tigers Milton Keynes Knights Long Eaton Invaders
1984 Mildenhall Fen Tigers Stoke Potters Milton Keynes Knights Boston Barracudas
1985 Middlesbrough Tigers Peterborough Panthers Hackney Kestrels Stoke Potters
1986 Middlesbrough Tigers Arena Essex Hammers Hackney Kestrels Mildenhall Fen Tigers
1987 Mildenhall Fen Tigers Arena Essex Hammers Eastbourne Eagles Wimbledon Dons
1988 Peterborough Panthers Mildenhall Fen Tigers Eastbourne Eagles Poole Pirates
1989 Peterborough Panthers Stoke Potters Exeter Falcons Eastbourne Eagles
1990 Stoke Potters Poole Pirates Hackney Kestrels Ipswich Witches
1991 Arena Essex Hammers Long Eaton Invaders Edinburgh Monarchs Milton Keynes Knights
1992 Peterborough Panthers Edinburgh Monarchs Rye House Rockets Glasgow Tigers
1993 Edinburgh Monarchs Swindon Robins Long Eaton Invaders Rye House Rockets
1994 Oxford Cheetahs Long Eaton Invaders Peterborough Panthers Edinburgh Monarchs

See also

References

  1. ^ Bamford, R.(2007). Speedway Yearbook 2007. ISBN 978-0-7524-4250-1