Eredivisie Participants (6): La Fama Dakota RCA Estrella San Luis Deportivo Bubali NB: at the end of the regular stage (15 rounds) Bubali had finished last and were relegated, while leaders La Fama qualified for the semifinal stage together with Dakota, RCA and Estrella. However, due to a controversy over an abandoned match on Jun 22 between La Fama and Estrella (stopped at 2-1 after Estrella players attacked the referee), the other clubs refused to start the semifinal round until the AVB explained why Estrella had not been deducted points for the incidents and no Estrella players had been punished. After several inconclusive meetings, the semifinal round was set to start on Oct 10 with the following initial fixtures: Round 1 [Oct 10] RCA - Estrella [Oct 12] La Fama - Dakota Round 2 [Oct 14] RCA - La Fama [Oct 15] Estrella - Dakota However, Dakota, La Fama and RCA refused to honour the fixtures, upon which the AVB awarded the championship to Estrella in November 1989. Eerste Divisie Final [Oct 8] Jong San Nicolas 1-0 C.D.R.A. (CD Rooi Afo) NB: Jong San Nicolas promoted; as all top level clubs apart from Estrella withdrew from the A.V.B. Eredivisie 1990, also C.D.R.A., Jong Aruba, Arsenal and Sport Boys were promoted. Tweede Divisie Promoted to Eerste Divisie: Britannia
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