1930 Speedway Southern League

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1930 Speedway Southern League
League Southern League
Season 1930
Champions Wembley Lions
No. of competitors 13
Division/s other 1930 Northern League

The 1930 Southern League was the second season of speedway racing in the United Kingdom for Southern British teams.[1]

Summary[edit]

White City had left the league but 3 new teams - High Beach, Leicester Stadium and Nottingham - joined. The Wembley Lions won their first title. Birmingham Brummies (Perry Barr) withdrew after 4 meetings and their record was expunged[2]

Final table[edit]

Team PL W D L Pts
Wembley Lions 24 20 1 3 41
Southampton Saints 24 17 1 6 35
Stamford Bridge Pensioners 24 16 1 7 33
Wimbledon Dons 24 16 1 7 33
Hall Green Bulldogs 24 13 1 10 27
Coventry 24 13 1 10 27
Crystal Palace Glaziers 24 11 1 12 23
Lea Bridge 24 10 1 13 21
West Ham Hammers 24 10 0 14 20
Leicester Stadium 24 8 1 15 17
High Beach 24 8 0 16 16
Harringay Canaries 24 7 0 17 14
Nottingham 24 2 1 21 5

Withdrawal (Record expunged) : Birmingham (Perry Barr)

Top Five Riders[edit]

Team C.M.A.
1 Vic Huxley Harringay Canaries 10.55
2 Jack Parker Coventry 10.34
3 Jack Ormston Wembley Lions 10.29
4 Colin Watson Harringay Canaries/Wembley Lions 10.15
5 Billy Dallison Hall Green Bulldogs 10.07

See also[edit]

List of United Kingdom Speedway League Champions

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Historic league tables". Speedway Archive. 
  2. ^ [1]