1989–90 Northern Premier League

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The 1989–90 Northern Premier League season was the 22nd in the history of the Northern Premier League, a football competition in England. Teams were divided into two divisions: the Premier and the First. It was known as the HFS Loans League for sponsorship reasons.[1]

Premier Division Teams[edit]

Premier Division Final Table[edit]

Position Team Played Won Drawn Lost Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference Points 1
1 Colne Dynamoes 42 32 6 4 86 40 +46 102
2 Gateshead 42 22 10 10 78 58 +20 76
3 Witton Albion 42 22 7 13 67 39 +28 73
4 Hyde United 42 21 8 13 73 50 +23 71
5 South Liverpool 42 20 9 13 89 79 +10 69
6 Matlock Town 42 18 12 12 61 42 +19 66
7 Southport 42 17 14 11 54 48 +6 65
8 Fleetwood Town 42 17 12 13 73 66 +7 63
9 Marine 42 16 14 12 59 55 +4 62
10 Bangor City 42 15 15 12 64 58 +6 60
11 Bishop Auckland 42 17 8 17 72 64 +8 59
12 Gainsborough Trinity 42 16 8 18 59 55 +4 56
13 Frickley Athletic 42 16 8 18 56 61 −5 56
14 Horwich RMI 42 15 13 14 66 69 −3 552
15 Morecambe 42 15 9 18 58 70 −12 54
16 Buxton 42 15 8 19 59 72 −13 53
17 Stalybridge Celtic 42 12 9 21 48 61 −13 45
18 Mossley 42 11 10 21 61 82 −21 43
19 Goole Town 42 12 5 25 54 77 −23 41
20 Shepshed Charterhouse 42 11 7 24 55 82 −27 40
21 Caernarfon Town 42 10 8 24 56 86 −30 38
22 Rhyl 42 7 10 25 43 77 −34 303

1 The points system: 3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw and 0 points for losing.

2 Horwich RMI had 3 points deducted.

3 Rhyl had 1 point deducted.

First Division Teams[edit]

Division One Final Table[edit]

Position Team Played Won Drawn Lost Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference Points 1
1 Leek Town 42 26 8 8 70 31 +39 86
2 Droylsden 42 27 6 9 81 46 +35 802
3 Accrington Stanley 42 22 10 10 80 53 +27 76
4 Whitley Bay 42 21 11 10 93 59 +38 74
5 Emley 42 20 9 13 70 42 +28 69
6 Congleton Town 42 20 12 10 65 53 +12 693
7 Winsford United 42 18 10 14 65 53 +12 64
8 Curzon Ashton 42 17 11 14 66 60 +6 62
9 Harrogate Town 42 17 9 16 68 62 +6 60
10 Lancaster City 42 15 14 13 73 54 +19 59
11 Eastwood Town 42 16 11 15 61 64 −3 58
12 Farsley Celtic 42 17 6 19 71 76 −5 57
13 Rossendale United 42 15 9 18 73 69 +4 54
14 Newtown 42 14 12 16 49 62 −13 54
15 Irlam Town 42 14 11 17 61 66 −5 53
16 Workington 42 14 8 20 56 64 −8 50
17 Radcliffe Borough 42 14 7 21 47 62 −15 49
18 Alfreton Town 42 13 8 21 59 85 −26 47
19 Worksop Town 42 13 5 24 56 95 −39 44
20 Netherfield 42 11 6 25 56 89 −33 39
21 Eastwood Hanley 42 10 6 26 45 76 −31 36
22 Penrith 42 9 9 24 44 88 −44 36

1 The points system: 3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw and 0 points for losing.

2 Droylsden were deducted 7 points.

3 Congleton Town were deducted 3 points.

Promotion and relegation[edit]

In the twenty-second season of the Northern Premier League Colne Dynamoes should have been promoted as champions, but folded at the end of the season, so 2nd placed Gateshead took their place in the Football Conference while relegated Chorley took Gateshead's place. Meanwhile Caernarfon Town and Rhyl were relegated; these two sides were replaced by First Division winners Leek Town and second placed Droylsden. Eastwood Hanley and Penrith left the First Division at the end of the season and were replaced by newly admitted Bridlington Town and Warrington Town.

Cup Results[edit]

Challenge Cup:

  • Hyde United 1–0 Gateshead[2]

President's Cup:

  • Fleetwood Town bt. Witton Albion

Northern Premier League Shield: Between Champions of NPL Division One and Winners of the NPL Cup.

  • Leek Town bt. Hyde United

References[edit]

  1. ^ HFS Loans League
  2. ^ "Gateshead F.C. 1989/90". Unofficial Gateshead Football Club Statistics Database. Retrieved 2011-04-14. 

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