Scottish Ice Hockey League Division 1 1988-1993


Scottish National League 1988-89

Dundee Cougars1615101727030
Murrayfield Raiders1611411357023
Dundonald Redwings1611501506322
Kirkcaldy Kestrels1610511347521
Ayr Beavers169611049919
Livingston Rams1669111411013
Aviemore Blackhawks164120641748
Fife Falcons162131641785
Glasgow Redwings161141491473
DateHome TeamAway Team
Dundee Cougars4Kirkcaldy Kestrels2
Murrayfield RaidersWODundonald RedwingsFF
Murrayfield Raiders9Dundee Cougars4

Scottish National League 1989-90

Tayside Tigers2017211524235
Murrayfield Raiders2016311805633
Kirkcaldy Kestrels2015411686531
Castlereagh Flames2013521447028
Glasgow Redwings2012801049224
Ayr Bruins20118113411223
Glenrothes Jets2091018811719
Aviemore Blackhawks204151771429
Dundonald Kings204160361888
Kilmarnock Jetsream Flyers202180451254
Livingston Rams202180401554
DateHome TeamAway Team
Kirkcaldy Kestrels6Tayside Tigers1
Murrayfield Raiders11Castlereagh Flames5
Kirkcaldy Kestrels4Murrayfield Raiders3

Scottish National League 1990-91

Tayside Tigers1411211477223
Castlereagh Flames141130965922
Kilmarnock Jetsream Flyers1410401066220
Murrayfield Raiders14671778813
Kirkcaldy Kestrels14572908412
Glenrothes Jets14572708612
Ayr Bruins142111611345
Livingston Rams142111561185
DateHome TeamAway Team
Tayside Tigers19Murrayfield Raiders5
Kilmarnock Jetsream Flyers5Kirkcaldy Kestrels4
Kilmarnock Jetsream Flyers6Tayside Tigers2

Scottish National League 1991-92

Livingston Kings2016311586333
Tayside Tigers2015411686231
Castlereagh Flames2012809611124
Glenrothes Jets2071308614414
Kilmarnock Jetsream Flyers20515010117710
Kirkcaldy Kestrels203170921446

Scottish National League 1992-93

Paisley Pirates23221036912044
Tayside Tigers24149117315629
Kirkcaldy Kestrels23149017915328
Castlereagh Flames241210215517026
Aviemore Blues241012215920122
Irvine Jetream Flyers24615315521515
Glenrothes Jets2412301022752

From 1987 to 1998 Irish Teams based in Dundonald Ice Bowl, Castlereagh competed in various iterations of a Scottish League. Before the advent of the Belfast Giants and the Odyssey Arena there was only the Ice Bowl in Dundonald for Irish Ice Hockey and so teams had to travel overseas to Scotland to play competitively.

In 1987-88 the Dundonald Redwings finished a commendable third place in the league and the following year a new team the Castlereagh Flames finished fourth. both teams were knocked out of the Playoff League Cup in the Semi-Final stage. In 1989-90 the Castlereagh Flames finished second, the best performance by an Irish team so far, but were unable to field a team in the League Cup Playoffs. In 1990-91 the Flames finished third, and in 1991-92 fourth.

There then followed a lull in Irish involvement in Scottish Ice Hockey until the Castlereagh Knights entered the Northern Premier League in 1996-97.




[1] Roberts, Stewart (1990). The Ice Hockey Annual 1989-90 pg. 143. Brighton.

[2] Roberts, Stewart (1991). The Ice Hockey Annual 1990-91 pg. 145. Brighton.

[3] Roberts, Stewart (1992). The Ice Hockey Annual 1991-92 pg. 148. Brighton.

[4] Roberts, Stewart (1993). The Ice Hockey Annual 1992-93 pg. 147. Brighton.

[5] Roberts, Stewart (1994). The Ice Hockey Annual 1993-94 pg. 148. Brighton.


Thanks to Lenka Mulligan.

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