1992–93 England Hockey League season

The 1992–93 English Hockey League season took place from October 1992 until March 1993.

1992–93 England Hockey League
1991–92 (previous) (next) 1993–94

The Men's National League was sponsored by PizzaExpress and won by Hounslow.[1] The Women's National League was won by Ipswich.[2]

The Men's Hockey Association Cup was won by Hounslow and the AEWHA Cup was won by Leicester. [3] [4]

Men's Pizza Express National League First Division League StandingsEdit

[5]

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Hounslow 17 16 0 1 58 14 44 48
2 Southgate 17 13 2 2 54 24 30 41
3 Old Loughtonians 17 11 4 2 42 22 20 37
4 Havant 17 11 2 4 43 23 20 35
5 Firebrands 17 9 5 3 33 27 6 32
6 Stourport 17 9 3 5 31 31 0 30
7 Teddington 17 7 4 6 33 24 9 25
8 St Albans 17 7 4 6 33 24 9 25
9 Slough 17 6 4 7 23 28 -5 22
10 East Grinstead 17 6 3 8 38 31 7 21
11 Bournville 17 6 1 10 22 33 -11 19
12 Cannock 17 6 1 10 25 39 -14 19
13 Bromley 17 4 6 7 25 26 -1 18
14 Trojans 17 4 6 7 25 29 -4 18
15 Welton 17 4 5 8 19 33 -14 17
16 Canterbury 17 4 3 10 26 39 -13 15
17 Neston 17 1 2 14 15 45 -30 5
18 Surbiton 17 0 3 14 26 56 -30 3
= Champions
= Relegated

Women's National League Premier Division League StandingsEdit

[6]

Pos Team P W D L F A Pts
1 Ipswich 11 9 1 1 23 7 28
2 Hightown 11 9 0 2 20 4 27
3 Slough 11 8 1 2 24 8 25
4 Sutton Coldfield 11 7 1 3 19 7 22
5 Clifton 11 5 1 5 12 9 16
6 Ealing 11 4 3 4 9 9 15
7 Leicester 11 4 2 5 13 16 14
8 Chelmsford 11 3 4 4 14 22 13
9 Wimbledon 11 3 2 6 11 25 11
10 Pickwick 11 3 1 7 8 17 10
11 Doncaster 11 1 3 7 4 12 6
12 Exmouth 11 0 1 10 4 25 1
= Champions
= Relegated


Men's Royal Bank of Scotland Cup (Hockey Association Cup)Edit

Quarter-finalsEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Hampstead & Westminster East Grinstead 0-1
Reading Beeston 1-0
Guildford Teddington 1-1 (2-4 p)
Cannock Hounslow 1-2

Semi-finalsEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Reading Teddington 1-1*
Hounslow East Grinstead 3-1

Teddington won on Penalty strokes*

FinalEdit

(Held at Stantonbury Leisure Centre, Milton Keynes on 2 May)

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Hounslow Teddington 4-1

Hounslow
Jason Barrow, Mike Williamson, Scott Hobson, Paul Bolland, Guy Swayne, Jon Potter, David Hacker, Jon Rees, Nick Gordon, Robert Thompson, Bobby Crutchley
Teddington
Garry Meredith, D Cross, Tony Colclough, Jon Royce, Jimmy Wallis, Jason Laslett (capt), Tyrone Moore, Mark Riley, Jon Hauck, Phil McGuire, Andy Bilson


Women's Cup (AEWHA Cup)Edit

Quarter-finalsEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Leicester St Albans 5-0
Ipswich Chelmsford 2-1
Sutton Coldfield Exmouth 4-0
Ealing Wimbledon 1-0

Semi-finalsEdit

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Sutton Coldfield Leicester 0-0 (2-4 p)
Ealing Ipswich 2-2 (5-3 p)

FinalEdit

(Held at Milton Keynes on 16 May) [7]

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Leicester Ealing 1-0

Leicester
A Claxton, Emma Newbold, Sue Holwell, Joanne Mould, Kathy Johnson, S Saunders, Gill Moss, Mary Nevill, M Laird, Kim Gordon, Justine Williams subs Gaynor Nash, Lucy Cope, S Naylor
Ealing
Sue Lawrie, Katie Dodd, Sarah Lawfull, Mandy Nicholls, Sally Eyre, Anne Green, Liz Moors, J Hurt, J Caudwell, K Harvey, Rachel O'Grady subs R O'Brien, H North

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ ""Hounslow's title." Times [London, England] 1 Mar. 1993". The Times Digital Archive.
  2. ^ ""England team due for early return." Times [London, England] 15 Mar. 1993". The Times Digital Archive.
  3. ^ "Andrew Longmore. "Hounslow follow Wigan way to success." Times [London, England] 3 May 1993". The Times Digital Archive.
  4. ^ "Alix Ramsay. "Nevill goes out on triumphant note." Times [London, England] 17 May 1993". The Times Digital Archive.
  5. ^ ""For the Record." Times [London, England] 9 Mar. 1993". The Times Digital Archive.
  6. ^ ""For the Record." Times [London, England] 15 Mar. 1993". The Times Digital Archive.
  7. ^ "Hockey: Johnson masters Ealing". The Independent. Archived from the original on 2022-05-01.