|08.04.1990||Edinburgh Phoenix||20||Granite City Oilers||0|
|08.04.1990||Glasgow Lions||29||Clydesdale Colts||8|
|Capital Bowl V|
|08.04.1990||Glasgow Lions||12||Edinburgh Phoenix||6|
Glasgow Lions won the Capital Bowl for the third time in 1990, and the first since 1987, when they previously entered, by defeating Edinburgh Phoenix in the Final, in what was a match-up between arguably the two best Scottish American Football teams at the time.
The Capital Bowl was a Scottish American Football Weekend tournament held annually at Meadowbank Stadium, in Edinburgh.
 Anon (1989) “Capital punishment for the Oilers” Aberdeen Evening Press. Monday, April 9, 1990. pg. 14
 Anon (1989) “Grid iron: Oilers crash to Edinburgh Phoenix” Aberdeen Press and Journal. Monday, April 9, 1990. pg. 18
Past Copies of the Aberdeen Evening Press and Aberdeen Press and Journal are available to view online at the British Newspaper Archive at: https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/ which is a subscription service.
Thanks to Colm Murray
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