1990–91 England Hockey League season

The 1990–91 English Hockey League season took place from October 1990 until May 1991.

1990–91 England Hockey League
1989–90 (previous) (next) 1991–92

The Men's National League was sponsored by Poundstretcher and was won by Havant. The top four teams qualified to take part in the Poundstretcher League Cup tournament which was won by Hounslow.[1] The Women's National League was sponsored by Typhoo and was won by Slough.[2]

The Men's Hockey Association Cup was won by Hounslow and the Women's Cup (National Club Championship finals) was won by Sutton Coldfield. [3] [4]

Men's Poundstretcher National League First Division League StandingsEdit

[5]

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Havant 15 11 3 1 45 18 27 36
2 Indian Gymkhana 15 9 3 3 22 16 6 30
3 Hounslow 15 8 4 3 44 18 26 28
4 East Grinstead 15 8 3 4 30 16 14 27
5 Southgate 15 8 1 6 39 27 12 25
6 Old Loughtonians 15 7 4 4 32 22 10 25
7 Slough 15 7 3 5 28 24 4 24
8 Teddington 15 7 3 5 22 27 -5 24
9 Stourport 15 6 4 5 31 29 2 22
10 Bromley 15 6 3 6 24 25 -1 21
11 St Albans 15 6 3 6 34 36 -2 21
12 Cannock 15 5 3 7 19 29 -10 18
13 Neston 15 3 4 8 20 34 -14 13
14 Welton 15 3 2 10 18 28 -10 11
15 Isca 15 2 0 13 17 39 -22 6
16 Wakefield 15 1 3 11 12 49 -37 6
= Champions
= Qualified for League Cup tournament
= Relegated

Men's League Cup TournamentEdit

Round Date Team 1 Team 2 Score
Semi-final [6] Apr 21 Havant East Grinstead 3-2
Semi-final [7] Apr 21 Indian Gymkhana Hounslow 0-2
Final [8] May 26 Hounslow Havant 4-1

Hounslow
Richard Purvis, Owen Mackney, Mike Williamson, Jon Potter (capt), Guy Swayne, Jon Rees (Mike Rose sub), Dave Hacker, Andy Ferns, Nick Gordon (Guy Fordham sub), Robert Thompson, Mike Alcock (Andy Thompson sub)
Havant
Jimmy Lewis, David Faulkner (capt), David Roberts, Rob Hill, Steve Lawson, A Cave, M Coleman, Russell Garcia, Stuart Avery, Colin Cooper, J Goldring (Gary Roberts sub)


Women's Typhoo National League First Division League StandingsEdit

[9]

Pos Team P W D L F A Pts
1 Slough 9 7 1 1 20 8 22
2 Leicester 9 5 4 0 15 5 19
3 Sutton Coldfield 9 4 4 1 20 9 16
4 Ipswich 9 4 3 2 16 13 15
5 Hightown 9 5 0 4 9 6 15
6 Chelmsford 9 3 2 4 7 11 11
7 Ealing 9 2 4 3 11 12 10
8 Clifton 9 2 3 4 10 14 9
9 Wimbledon 9 1 1 7 9 26 4
10 Doncaster 9 0 2 7 7 20 2
= Champions


Men's Nationwide Anglia Cup (Hockey Association Cup)Edit

Quarter-finalsEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Hounslow Slough 4-1
Stourport Bromley 2-4
Firebrands Cannock 2-3 aet
Havant East Grinstead 3-2 aet

Semi-finalsEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Cannock Havant 0-5
Bromley Hounslow 1-3

FinalEdit

(Held at Luton Town Football Club on 7 April)

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Hounslow Havant 3-2

Hounslow
Richard Purvis, Mike Williamson, Jon Potter (capt), Simon Hazlitt, Paul Bolland, Jon Rees, David Hacker, Andy Ferns, Nick Gordon, Robert Thompson, Andy Thompson (Mike Alcock sub)
Havant
Sean Rowlands, David Faulkner (capt), David Roberts, Rob Hill, Peter Nail, Steve Lawson, M Coleman (J Golding sub), Russell Garcia, Don Williams, Colin Cooper, Stuart Avery (Gary Roberts sub)

Women's Cup (National Clubs Championship finals)Edit

Group A (Ashford)Edit

Pos Team
1 Ipswich
2 Leicester
3 Ealing
4 Exmouth
5 Great Harwood

Group B (Canterbury)Edit

Pos Team
1 Sutton Coldfield
2 Chelmsford
3 Wimbledon
4 Hightown
5 Clifton
= Qualified for semi-finals

Semi-finalsEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Sutton Coldfield Ipswich 4-2
Leicester Chelmsford 1-1 (5-3p)

FinalEdit

(Held at Ashford on 21 April)

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Sutton Coldfield Leicester (4-3 p)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ ""Loughtonians undone by a late strike." Times [London, England] 15 Apr. 1991". The Times Digital Archive.
  2. ^ "Alix Ramsay. "Slough scoop the pot." Times [London, England] 25 Mar. 1991". The Times Digital Archive.
  3. ^ "Sydney Friskin. "Hounslow earn cup revenge." Times [London, England] 8 Apr. 1991". The Times Digital Archive.
  4. ^ ""For the Record." Times [London, England] 22 Apr. 1991". The Times Digital Archive.
  5. ^ ""For the Record." Times [London, England] 8 Apr. 1991". The Times Digital Archive.
  6. ^ ""For the Record." Times [London, England] 22 Apr. 1991". The Times Digital Archive.
  7. ^ ""Hounslow in final." Times [London, England] 22 Apr. 1991". The Times Digital Archive.
  8. ^ "Sydney Friskin. "Thompson fires Hounslow to dual cup success." Times [London, England] 27 May 1991". The Times Digital Archive.
  9. ^ ""For the Record." Times [London, England] 26 Mar. 1991". The Times Digital Archive.