2010 Premier League Knock-Out Cup

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The 2010 Premier League Knock-Out Cup was contested throughout the Premier League season. The Reigning champions were the Kings Lynn Stars. The 2010 champions were the Newcastle Diamonds after beating the Edinburgh Monarchs 91-88 over a two legged final.

Knock-Out Stages[edit]

Round 1 Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
                           
           
 Somerset Rebels  BYE
25 June & 30 June
 -  -  
 Somerset Rebels  73
5 May & 13 May
   Birmingham Brummies  107  
 Birmingham Brummies  117
10 Oct & 13 Oct
 Sheffield Tigers  61  
 Birmingham Brummies  85
9 May & 14 May
   Newcastle Diamonds  96  
 Newcastle Diamonds  100
24 June & 27 June
 Scunthorpe Scorpions  80  
 Newcastle Diamonds  100
   Redcar Bears  80  
 Redcar Bears  BYE
29 Oct & 31 Oct
 -  -  
 Newcastle Diamonds  91
8 May & 9 May
   Edinburgh Monarchs  88
 Berwick Bandits  94
26 June & 27 June
 Newport Wasps  85  
 Berwick Bandits  81
22 May & 23 May
   Workington Comets  98  
 Workington Comets  106
17 Sept & 18 Sept
 Stoke Potters  74  
 Workington Comets  64
5 May & 23 May
   Edinburgh Monarchs  99  
 Kings Lynn Stars  105
28 July & 20 Aug
 Glasgow Tigers  75  
 Kings Lynn Stars  65
7 May & 5 June
   Edinburgh Monarchs  114  
 Edinburgh Monarchs  106
 Rye House Rockets  74  

Round 1[edit]

The draw for the 2010 Premier League KOC was taking at the 2009 AGM. 12 teams were drawn against each other, with 2 teams receiving 'byes' into the Quarter Finals. These two teams that received a bye were the Redcar Bears and the Somerset Rebels.

Aggregate Scores[edit]

First leg[edit]






Second leg[edit]






Quarter finals[edit]

8 Teams qualified for the Quarter Finals of the PLKOC. These included the Somerset Rebels and the Redcar Bears who received 'byes' through to the quarter finals. The other six teams were Berwick Bandits, Birmingham Brummies, Edinburgh Monarchs, Kings Lynn Stars, Newcastle Diamonds, and Workington Comets. All 6 qualified through being victorious in Round 1 of the competition

Aggregate Scores[edit]

First leg[edit]




28 July
Kings Lynn Stars 34 - 56 Edinburgh Monarchs
- -

Second leg[edit]




Semi finals[edit]

4 Teams qualified for the Semi Finals of the PLKOC. These were Birmingham Brummies, Edinburgh Monarchs, Newcastle Diamonds and Workington Comets. All were victorious in there quarter final ties.

Aggregate Scores[edit]

First leg[edit]

17 September
Edinburgh Monarchs 64 - 26 Workington Comets
- -


Second leg[edit]

18 September
Workington Comets 38 - 35 Edinburgh Monarchs
- -


The Final[edit]

The Final was competed between the Edinburgh Monarchs and the Newcastle Diamonds. It was raced over two legs on 29 October and 31 October.

First leg[edit]

1 United States Ryan Fisher Fx, Fx, 3, 2', 2 7+1
2 United Kingdom Andrew Tully , , , , R/R
3 Germany Kevin Wolbert 2, 2, 1, 2', 7+1
4 Finland Kalle Katajisto 1', 1', 1', 3, 2 8+3
5 Australia Matthew Wethers 2, 2, 2, 3, 1' 10+1
6 United Kingdom Ashley Morris 1, 0, 1', 1' 3+2
7 United Kingdom William Lawson 3, 3, 0, Fx, 2, 1, 3 12
Manager:
1 Denmark Kenni Larsen 2, 3, 3, 1, 3 12
2 United Kingdom Jason King , , , , R/R
3 United Kingdom Derek Sneddon 0, 1, R, 0, 1 2
4 Denmark Rene Bach 3, 3, 2, 3, 0 11
5 United Kingdom David Howe (Guest) 3, 3, 3, 2, 0 11
6 United Kingdom Adam Roynon (Guest) 2, 0, N, N 2
7 United Kingdom Adam McKinna 1', 0, 1, 2', 0, 0, NS 4+2
Manager: George English

Second leg[edit]

31 October 2010
18:30
Newcastle Diamonds 49 - 41 Edinburgh Monarchs
United Kingdom Stuart Robson (Guest) 14+1 United States Ryan Fisher 11

1 Denmark Kenni Larsen 3, 3, 2, 3, 1' 12+1
2 United Kingdom Jason King , , , , R/R
3 United Kingdom Derek Sneddon 0, 2', 1', 0, 2 5+2
4 Denmark Rene Bach 3, 2, 3, 3, 2 13
5 United Kingdom Stuart Robson (Guest) 3, 3, 3, 3, 2' 14+1
6 United Kingdom Simon Lambert 1', R, N, N 1+1
7 United Kingdom Adam McKinna 2, 1, 0, 0, 1', 0, 0 4+2
Manager: George English
1 United States Ryan Fisher 2, 3, 2, 1, 3 11
2 United Kingdom Andrew Tully , , , , R/R
3 Germany Kevin Wolbert 1, 1', 1, 3 6+1
4 Finland Kalle Katajisto Fx, 2, 2, 3, 2, 0 9
5 Australia Matthew Wethers 0, 2, 2, 0 4
6 United Kingdom Ashley Morris 0, 1', 1', 0 2+2
7 United Kingdom William Lawson 1', 3, 2, 0, 1', 1, 1' 9+3
Manager:

See also[edit]