Scottish Ice Hockey League Division 1 1991-92

Scottish National League 1990-91

Livingston Kings2016311586333
Tayside Tigers2015411686231
Castlereagh Flames2012809611124
Glenrothes Jets2071308614414
Kilmarnock Jetsream Flyers20515010117710
Kirkcaldy Kestrels203170921446
Scottish National League Ice Hockey Division 1 Final Standings 1990-91 [Ref: 5]

Castlereagh Flames Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
1990Castlereagh FlamesWTayside TigersL
1990Castlereagh FlamesWKirkcaldy KestrelsL
13.10.1990Livingston Kings7Castlereagh Flames1
13.10.1990Livingston Kings4Castlereagh Flames1
20.10.1990Glenrothes JetsCastlereagh Flames
10.11.1990Castlereagh Flames13Kilmarnock Jetstream Flyers1
10.11.1990Castlereagh Flames7Kilmarnock Jetstream Flyers5
11.1990Kilmarnock Jetstream Flyers3Castlereagh Flames6
12.01.1991Castlereagh Flames6Kirkcaldy Kestrels3
12.01.1991Castlereagh Flames11Kirkcaldy Kestrels6
Scottish Ice Hockey League Division 1 1990-91


Castlereagh Flames, based in Dundonald Ice Bowl, Castlereagh, Northern Ireland, finished in third spot in the Scottish Ice Hockey League Division 1 in 1991-92, with Captain Kevin Griffin from Canada, Chinese signing Fu Cheng, Brian Servetnyk, as well as local heros Gary Irwin and Johnson Flemming playing a significant part of their attempt to retain the Division 1 title.

After winning their first two games of the season in Dundonald, against Tayside Tigers and Kilrkcaldy Kerstels, they then dropped their next two against eventual Champions Livingston Kings. Wins against Kirkcaldy Kestrels and Kilmarnock Jetstream Flyers followed.



[1] Anon. (1991) “Flames back in Scotland” Belfast Telegraph. Thursday, October 17, 1991. pg. 41

[2] Anon. (1991) “Flames win 6-3 in Scotland” Belfast Telegraph. Wednesday, November 27, 1991. pg. 42

[3] Anon. (1991) “Flames prove hot stuff with double” Belfast Telegraph. Tuesday, November 12, 1991. pg. 20

[4] Anon. (1992) “Flames too hot to handle” Belfast Telegraph. Tuesday January 14, 1992. pg. 19


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


Thanks to Ciaran Columb and Niall McEvoy.

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