Elite League

Elite League may refer to:

  • French Rugby League Elite One Championship
  • Elite Ice Hockey League
  • Elite League (speedway), motorcycle speedway competition
  • Sahara Elite League, Kenyan cricket competition

Other articles related to "leagues, elite league, league":

Speedway In Sweden - League Competitions
... There are three leagues in Sweden Elite League (Elitserien) National League (Allsvenskan) Division One Speedway meetings in Sweden are normally held between ... The Elite League was established in 1982 and has ten teams with meetings usually held on Tuesday evenings ... and a final and the winner of the final are the Elite League champions ...
List Of Belfast Giants Seasons
... completed by the Belfast Giants ice hockey team presently of the British Elite League ... The Giants have won two league titles, in 2001–02 and 2005–06 and one Playoff Championship, in 2002–03 Season League Regular season Post season Challenge Cup Finish GP ...
Carl Wilkinson - Career
... He won the Conference League with the Peterborough Pumas in 1997 and the Conference League KO Cup with the Boston Barracudas in 2000 ... the Peterborough Panthers in the Conference League in 1997 a week before his sixteenth birthday ... It took another two seasons before he was awarded a regular Conference League ride when he was signed by his local club, the Boston Barracudas in 2000 ...
Sebastian Aldén
... motorcycle speedway rider who rides for the Swindon Robins in the British Elite League ... sustained a broken heel in the Robins' Elite League fixture against Belle Vue in July 2008 ... crash at Coventry and was unable to ride for the Robins in the Elite League play offs ...

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