Season Division

Some articles on season, division, season division:

League Champions - West Midlands (Regional) League
... Season Champions 1962–63 Lockheed Leamington 1963–64 Tamworth 1964–65 Kidderminster Harriers For the 1965–66 season the league reverted to a two-di ... Season Premier Division Division One 1965–66 Tamworth Wrockwardine Wood 1966–67 Boston United Tamworth Reserves 1967–68 Boston United Warley 1968–69 Kidderminster ... Season Premier Division Division One (A) Division One (B) 1976–77 Alvechurch Wednesfield Social Wolverhampton United For the 1977–78 season Division One (A) and Division One (B) were re-organised into ...
Isthmian League - Champions
... Season Isthmian League 1905–06 London Caledonians 1906–07 Ilford 1907–08 London Caledonians 1908–09 Bromley 1909–10 Bromley 1910–11 Clapton 1911–12 London Caledonians 1912–1 ... Season First Division Second Division 1973–74 Wycombe Wanderers Dagenham 1974–75 Wycombe Wanderers Staines Town 1975–76 Enfield Tilbury 1976–77 Enfield Boreham Wood For the 1977–78 season, the ... Season Premier Division First Division Second Division 1977–78 Enfield Dulwich Hamlet Epsom Ewell 1978–79 Barking Harrow Borough Farnborough Town ...
Midland Football Combination - League Champions - Midland Combination
... Season Division One Division Two 1968–69 Evesham United Highgate United Reserves 1969–70 Paget Rangers Coleshill Town 1970–71 Paget Rangers Solihull Town 1971–72 Alvechurch ... Season Division One Division Two Division Three 1979–80 Bridgnorth Town Hurley Daw Mill Welfare Sheldon Promovere 1980–81 Moor Green Sheldon Promovere Southam United 1981–82 ... Season Premier Division Division One Division Two 1983–84 Studley Sporting 1984–85 Mile Oak Rovers 1985–86 Boldmere St Michaels 1986–87 Stratford Town 1987–88 Racing Club Warwick 1988–89 Boldmere ...

Famous quotes containing the words division and/or season:

    God and the Devil are an effort after specialization and the division of labor.
    Samuel Butler (1835–1902)

    The theater is a baffling business, and a shockingly wasteful one when you consider that people who have proven their worth, who have appeared in or been responsible for successful plays, who have given outstanding performances, can still, in the full tide of their energy, be forced, through lack of opportunity, to sit idle season after season, their enthusiasm, their morale, their very talent dwindling to slow gray death. Of finances we will not even speak; it is too sad a tale.
    Ilka Chase (1905–1978)