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league tables for:

Lists of the winners of the various trophies

This is a list of all the clubs that have been members of the league.

For each club there is a list of the seasons it played in the league in the post-WWII period. (Unfortunately the data for the pre-war period is incomplete.) The annotation in parentheses indicates how many teams the team had in that season, and what divisions they were in. Thus 94/95 (1,1,3,3,4) indicates that in the 1994–5 season the club had five teams, two of which were in division 1, two in division 3, and one in division 4. (3S) and (3N) indicate division 3 South and division 3 North, respectively, while (–) is used for those seasons when the league consisted of a single division. Ellipses (...) indicate a gap in membership.

Aldrington House

A Hove club based at the Aldrington House Day Support Centre.

  • 94/95 (3)
  • 95/96 (2,4)
  • 96/97 (2,4)
  • 97/98 (2,4)
  • 98/99 (2,4)
  • 99/00 (4)
  • 00/01 (4)
  • 01/02 (4)
  • 02/03 (4)
  • 03/04 (4)
  • 04/05 (4)
  • 05/06

American Express

A team from the Brighton office of the credit card company, which made two isolated appearances in the league.

  • 85/86 (3S)
  • ...
  • 94/95 (4)

Anstye

A club based in a village to the west of Haywards Heath. One of the five founder members of the league in 1923, it was dissolved at the onset of World War II.

The Args

See Crawley Argumentatives.


Balcombe

A club based in a village to the north of Haywards Heath. One of the five founder members of the league in 1923, it seems to have entered a team in just that first year.


Beacon School

A Crowborough club.

  • 77/78 (3)
  • 78/79 (3S)

Bognor & Arun

The most westerly team to play in the league. It played all its matches away from home. It now concentrates its competitive activities on the South West Sussex Chess League.

  • 92/93 (3)
  • 93/94 (4)
  • 94/95 (3)
  • 95/96 (2)
  • 96/97 (2)
  • 97/98 (2)
  • 98/99 (2)
  • 00/01 (3)
  • 01/02 (2)

Brighton (from 1988–9 Brighton & Hove)

Brighton has a history of chess clubs dating back to the 1840s, though the current club was formed in 1922. For many years it occupied premises in the Royal Pavilion buildings, had a large membership, among which were some exceptionally strong players. Today the premises are less glamorous, but its players are still a force to be reckoned with.

  • 82/83 (3S)
  • 83/84 (2,3S)
  • 84/85 (1,2)
  • 85/86 (1,2)
  • 86/87 (1,1,3N)
  • 87/88 (1,2,4)
  • 88/89 (1,1,3)
  • 89/90 (1,1,2)
  • 90/91 (1,1,2,4)
  • 91/92 (1,2,3,4)
  • 92/93 (1,2,3,4,4)
  • 93/94 (1,2,4,4)
  • 94/95 (1,2,4)
  • 95/96 (1,1,4,4)
  • 96/97 (1,2,3,4)
  • 97/98 (1,2,2,4)
  • 98/99 (1,2,3,4)
  • 99/00 (1,2,3)
  • 00/01 (1,2,4)
  • 01/02 (1,2,3,4)
  • 02/03 (1,2,3,4)
  • 03/04 (1,2,3)
  • 04/05 (1,2,3)
  • 05/06

Brighton, Hove & Sussex 6th Form College

A Brighton club organized by Oliver Andrew. After 1996–7 it changed venue and metamorphosed into Woodpushers (q.v.).



  • 78/79 (3S)
  • 79/80 (2)
  • 80/81 (2)
  • 81/82 (3S)
  • 82/83 (2)
  • 83/84 (3S)
  • 84/85 (3S)
  • 85/86 (3N)
  • 86/87 (3N)
  • 87/88 (3)
  • 88/89 (3)
  • 89/90 (3)
  • 90/91 (4)
  • 91/92 (3)
  • 92/93 (2)
  • 93/94 (2)
  • 94/95 (2)
  • 95/96 (2)
  • 96/97 (3)

Burgess Hill

One of the five founder members of the league in 1923.


Business Press International Ltd

A team from a Haywards Heath company that previously played as IPC Business Systems (q.v.).

  • 83/84 (3N)

Christ's Hospital

Not a hospital, but a boarding school and charitable foundation just outside Horsham. The boys of the school were a notable sight at away matches, kitted out in their 17th-century uniform of dark blue cassocks with silver buttons and a leather belt, knee-breeches, yellow woollen socks and white linen neck-bands.

  • 72/73 (–)
  • 73/74 (2)
  • 74/75 (2)
  • 75/76 (2)
  • 76/77 (3)
  • 77/78 (2)
  • 78/79 (2)
  • 79/80 (3N)
  • 80/81 (2)
  • 81/82 (3N)
  • 82/83 (3N)
  • 83/84 (3N)
  • 84/85 (2)
  • 85/86 (3N)
  • 86/87 (3N)
  • 87/88 (2,4)
  • 88/89 (2,4)
  • 89/90 (3,4)
  • 90/91 (2)
  • 91/92 (2)
  • 92/93 (2)
  • 93/94 (2)
  • 94/95 (2)
  • 95/96 (2)
  • 96/97 (3)

Collyer's 6th Form College

A Horsham club.

  • 80/81 (3N)
  • 81/82 (3N)
  • 82/83 (3N)
  • 83/84 (2)
  • 84/85 (3N)

Crawley

  • 67/68 (–)
  • 68/69 (–)
  • 69/70 (–)
  • 70/71 (–)
  • 71/72 (–)
  • 72/73 (–,–)
  • 73/74 (1,1)
  • 74/75 (1,1)
  • 75/76 (1,1,3)
  • 76/77 (1,2)
  • 77/78 (1,2)
  • 78/79 (1,2,3N)
  • 79/80 (1,2,3N)
  • 80/81 (1,2,3N)
  • 81/82 (1,2,3N)
  • 82/83 (1,2,3N,3N)
  • 83/84 (1,1,2,3N)
  • 84/85 (1,1,3N,3N)
  • 85/86 (1,2,2)
  • 86/87 (1,2)
  • 87/88 (1,2,4)
  • 88/89 (1,2,3)
  • 89/90 (1,2,4)
  • 90/91 (1,3,3)
  • 91/92 (2,2,3)
  • 92/93 (2,3,4)
  • 93/94 (2,3,4)
  • 94/95 (1,3,3)
  • 95/96 (1,3,4)
  • 96/97 (2,3,4)
  • 97/98 (1,3,4)
  • 98/99 (1,2,3,4)
  • 99/00 (1,2,3,4)
  • 00/01 (1,2,3,3)
  • 01/02 (1,2,3)
  • 02/03 (3,3)
  • 03/04 (2,3,4)
  • 04/05 (3,4)
  • 05/06

Crawley Argumentatives (The Args)

A pub-based side.

  • 74/75 (3)
  • 75/76 (3)
  • 76/77 (2)
  • 77/78 (1)
  • 78/79 (1)
  • 79/80 (2)
  • 80/81 (2)
  • 81/82 (3N)
  • 82/83 (2)
  • 83/84 (3N)
  • 84/85 (2)
  • 85/86 (3N)
  • 86/87 (2)
  • 87/88 (2)
  • 88/89 (2)
  • 89/90 (2)
  • 91/92 (2)
  • 92/93 (2)
  • 93/94 (2)
  • 94/95 (2)
  • 95/96 (2)
  • 96/97 (2)
  • 97/98 (2)
  • 98/99 (2)
  • 99/00 (2)
  • 00/01 (2)
  • 01/02 (1)
  • 02/03 (2)
  • 03/04 (2)
  • 04/05 (2)
  • 05/06

Crowborough (for some time Crowborough Albany)

  • 73/74 (2,2)
  • 74/75 (1,2)
  • 75/76 (1,3)
  • 76/77 (1,3,3)
  • 77/78 (2,3,3)
  • 78/79 (1,3S,3S)
  • 79/80 (2,3S,3S)
  • 80/81 (1,3S,3S)
  • 81/82 (1,3S,3S)
  • 82/83 (2,3S,3S,3S)
  • 83/84 (2,3S,3S,3S)
  • 84/85 (2,3S,3S,3S)
  • 85/86 (1,3S,3S,3S)
  • 86/87 (1,3S,3S,3S)
  • 87/88 (2,3,3,4)
  • 88/89 (1,2,4,4)
  • 89/90 (1,2,4,4)
  • 90/91 (2,3,3,4)
  • 91/92 (1,2,3,4)
  • 92/93 (2,2,3,4)
  • 93/94 (1,3,3,4)
  • 94/95 (1,2,3,4)
  • 95/96 (2,3,3,4)
  • 96/97 (2,2,3,4)
  • 97/98 (1,3,4)
  • 98/99 (1,3,4)
  • 99/00 (1,4,4)
  • 00/01 (1,4,4)
  • 01/02 (1,3,4,4)
  • 02/03 (1,2,3,3,4)
  • 03/04 (1,2,3,3,4)
  • 04/05 (1,1,2,3,4)
  • 05/06

Cuttens Ltd

A team from a Haywards Heath company that played in the league for just one season.

  • 68/69 (–)

Dorothy Stringer School

A Brighton club that previously played in the league as Varndean School (q.v.), and later as The Holt (q.v.).

  • 80/81 (1,3S)
  • 81/82 (1)
  • 82/83 (1)
  • 83/84 (1)
  • 84/85 (1,3N)
  • 85/86 (1,3N)

East Grinstead

One of the five founder clubs in the post-war era.

  • 67/68 (–)
  • ...
  • 69/70 (–)
  • 70/71 (–)
  • 71/72 (–)
  • 72/73 (–,–)
  • 73/74 (1,1,2)
  • 74/75 (1,1,3)
  • 75/76 (1,2,3)
  • 76/77 (1,1,3)
  • 77/78 (1,2,3)
  • 78/79 (1,2,3N,3N)
  • 79/80 (1,2)
  • 80/81 (2,3N)
  • 81/82 (1,3N)
  • 82/83 (1,3N)
  • 83/84 (2,3N)
  • 84/85 (2,3N)
  • 85/86 (1,3N)
  • 86/87 (2,3N)
  • 87/88 (1,3)
  • 88/89 (1,3)
  • 89/90 (2,3)
  • 90/91 (1,4)
  • 91/92 (3,4)
  • 92/93 (1,2,4)
  • 93/94 (1,2,4)
  • 94/95 (2,2,4)
  • 95/96 (2,3,4)
  • 96/97 (2,3,4)
  • 97/98 (2,3,4)
  • 98/99 (2,3,4)
  • 99/00 (2,3)
  • 00/01 (2,3)
  • 01/02 (1,3,4)
  • 02/03 (1,2,4,4)
  • 03/04 (1,2,3,4,4)
  • 04/05 (1,2,3,4,4)
  • 05/06

Eastbourne

  • 78/79 (3S)
  • 79/80 (3S)
  • 80/81 (3S)
  • 81/82 (3S)
  • 82/83 (2)
  • 83/84 (2,3S)
  • 84/85 (3S,3S)
  • 85/86 (3S,3S)
  • 86/87 (2,3S,3S)
  • 87/88 (1,2,4)
  • 88/89 (1,2,4)
  • 89/90 (2,3)
  • 90/91 (2,3,4)
  • 91/92 (1,3,4)
  • 92/93 (1,2,3,4)
  • 93/94 (1,2,3,4,4)
  • 94/95 (1,1,3,3,4)
  • 95/96 (1,2,3,3,4)
  • 96/97 (1,2,2,3,4)
  • 97/98 (1,2,2,3,4)
  • 98/99 (1,2,2,3)
  • 99/00 (1,2,2,4)
  • 00/01 (1,1,4)
  • 01/02 (1,2,4)
  • 02/03 (1,2,4)
  • 03/04 (1,3,3)
  • 04/05 (1,3,4)
  • 05/06

Falmer School

A comprehensive school on the eastern border of Brighton. The club was run by Dr Douglas Opie.

  • 76/77 (3)
  • 77/78 (2)
  • 78/79 (2)
  • 79/80 (2)
  • 80/81 (1)
  • 81/82 (1)
  • 82/83 (2)

Hassocks

One of the five founder members of the league in 1923.

  • 71/72 (–)
  • 72/73 (–)
  • 73/74 (2)
  • 74/75 (3)
  • 75/76 (2)
  • 76/77 (2,3)
  • 77/78 (1,3)
  • 78/79 (2,3N)
  • 79/80 (1)
  • 80/81 (2,3N)
  • 81/82 (2)
  • 82/83 (1)
  • 83/84 (1,3N)
  • 84/85 (1,3N)
  • 85/86 (1,3N)
  • 86/87 (2)
  • 88/89 (4)
  • 89/90 (3)
  • 90/91 (3)
  • 91/92 (3,4)
  • 92/93 (3,4)
  • 93/94 (2,4)
  • 94/95 (2,4)
  • 95/96 (2,4)
  • 96/97 (1)
  • 97/98 (1,4)
  • 98/99 (2,3)
  • 99/00 (1,3)
  • 00/01 (1,3)
  • 01/02 (2,3)
  • 02/03 (2)
  • 03/04 (2)
  • 04/05 (2)

Hastings & St Leonards

  • 91/92 (2)
  • 92/93 (1,3)
  • 93/94 (2,2)
  • 94/95 (1,2)
  • 95/96 (1,2)
  • 96/97 (1,2)
  • 97/98 (1)
  • 98/99 (1)
  • 99/00 (1)
  • 00/01 (1)
  • 01/02 (1)
  • 02/03 (1,4)
  • 03/04 (1,4)
  • 04/05 (1,3)
  • 05/06

Hastings Grammar School

In later seasons the club played as William Parker School (q.v.).

  • 77/78 (3)

Haywards Heath

One of the five original founder members of the league in 1923, and one of the five founders in the post-war era.

  • 67/68 (–)
  • ...
  • 69/70 (–)
  • 70/71 (–)
  • 71/72 (–)
  • 72/73 (–)
  • 73/74 (1,2)
  • 74/75 (1,1)
  • 75/76 (1,2,3)
  • 76/77 (1,2,2)
  • 77/78 (1,1,2)
  • 78/79 (1,1,3N)
  • 79/80 (1,1,2)
  • 80/81 (1,1,3N)
  • 81/82 (1,2,3N)
  • 82/83 (1,3N,3N)
  • 83/84 (1,3N,3N)
  • 84/85 (2,3N,3N)
  • 85/86 (1,2,3N)
  • 86/87 (1,3N,3N)
  • 87/88 (1,3,4)
  • 88/89 (1,3,3)
  • 89/90 (1,2,3)
  • 90/91 (1,2,2,4)
  • 91/92 (1,2,3)
  • 92/93 (1,3)
  • 93/94 (1,3)
  • 94/95 (1,3,4)
  • 95/96 (1,3,4)
  • 96/97 (1,3,4)
  • 97/98 (1,2,4,4)
  • 98/99 (1,2,4,4)
  • 99/00 (1,3,4)
  • 00/01 (2,4,4)
  • 01/02 (2,3,4)
  • 02/03 (1,3,4)
  • 03/04 (1,4)
  • 04/05 (1,4)
  • 05/06

The Holt

A Brighton club that formerly played as Dorothy Stringer School (q.v.), and before that as Varndean School (q.v.). It takes its name from a house in the school grounds that it occupied for some years.

  • 86/87 (1,3N)
  • 87/88 (1,4)
  • 88/89 (1,4)
  • 89/90 (1,3)
  • 90/91 (1,3,4)
  • 91/92 (1,3,4)
  • 92/93 (1,4)
  • 93/94 (1,3)
  • 94/95 (1,3)
  • 95/96 (1,3)
  • 96/97 (1,4)
  • 97/98 (1,3)
  • 98/99 (1,3)
  • 99/00 (1,3)
  • 00/01 (1,2)
  • 01/02 (1,2)
  • 02/03 (1,2)
  • 03/04 (1,2)
  • 04/05 (1,3)
  • 05/06

Horsham

Entered the league in 1934.

  • 67/68 (–)
  • 68/69 (–)
  • 69/70 (–)
  • 70/71 (–)
  • 71/72 (–)
  • 72/73 (–)
  • 73/74 (1,2)
  • 74/75 (1,2)
  • 75/76 (1,2)
  • 76/77 (1,2)
  • 77/78 (1,3)
  • 78/79 (1,3N)
  • 79/80 (1,3N)
  • 80/81 (1,3N)
  • 81/82 (1,2)
  • 82/83 (1,2)
  • 83/84 (1,2)
  • 84/85 (1,2)
  • 85/86 (1,2)
  • 86/87 (1,2)
  • 87/88 (1,3)
  • 88/89 (1,2)
  • 89/90 (1,2)
  • 90/91 (1,2)
  • 91/92 (1)
  • 92/93 (1)
  • 93/94 (1)
  • 94/95 (1)
  • 95/96 (1)
  • 96/97 (1,4)
  • 97/98 (1,3)
  • 98/99 (1,2,4)
  • 99/00 (1,2,4)
  • 00/01 (1,2,3)
  • 01/02 (1,2,3,4)
  • 02/03 (1,2,3,4)
  • 03/04 (1,2,3,4)
  • 04/05 (1,2,3,4)
  • 05/06

IPC Business Systems

A team from a Haywards Heath company that played for one further season as Business Press International (q.v.).

  • 79/80 (3N)
  • 80/81 (3N)
  • 81/82 (3N)
  • 82/83 (3N)

Knoll Knights

A Hove club formed by a nucleus of players who formerly played for Aldrington House (q.v.).

  • 99/00 (2)
  • 00/01 (2)
  • 01/02 (1)
  • 02/03 (2)
  • 03/04 (2)
  • 05/06

Legal & General

A team from an insurance company based in Hove.

  • 94/95 (4)
  • 95/96 (3)
  • 96/97 (3)
  • 97/98 (3)
  • 98/99 (4)
  • 99/00 (3)
  • 00/01 (3)
  • 01/02 (3)

Lewes

The club that played in the league up to 1985 was based at County Hall; this dwindled away for lack of support. The pub-based club that joined the league in 1989 was a new, independent creation of players who had previously taken no part in competitive chess.

  • 77/78 (3)
  • 78/79 (3S)
  • 79/80 (3S,3S)
  • 80/81 (3S,3S)
  • 81/82 (2,3S)
  • 82/83 (3S)
  • 83/84 (3S)
  • 84/85 (3S)
  • ...
  • 89/90 (4)
  • 90/91 (2,3)
  • 91/92 (2,2,4)
  • 92/93 (2,2,3)
  • 93/94 (1,3,3)
  • 94/95 (2,2,3)
  • 95/96 (1,2,3)
  • 96/97 (1,1,3)
  • 97/98 (1,2,3)
  • 98/99 (1,2,3)
  • 99/00 (1,2,3)
  • 00/01 (1,2,3)
  • 01/02 (1,2,3)
  • 02/03 (1,2,3)
  • 03/04 (1,2,3)
  • 04/05 (1,2,3)
  • 05/06

MEL Equipment Ltd

A team from a Crawley electronics company, familiarly known as "Mullards". One of the five founder clubs in the post-war era.

  • 67/68 (–)
  • 68/69 (–)

Mullards

See MEL Equipment Ltd.


Oathall School/ Community College

A Haywards Heath club.

  • 80/81 (3N)
  • 81/82 (3N)
  • 82/83 (3N)
  • 83/84 (3N)
  • 84/85 (3N)
  • 85/86 (3N)
  • 86/87 (3N)
  • 87/88 (4)

Paymaster General's Office

A Civil Service club from Crawley. One of the five founder clubs in the post-war era.

  • 67/68 (–)
  • 68/69 (–)
  • 69/70 (–)
  • 70/71 (–)
  • 71/72 (–)
  • 72/73 (–,–)
  • 73/74 (1,2)
  • 74/75 (2,3)
  • 75/76 (1,3)
  • 76/77 (2,3)
  • 77/78 (2,3)
  • 78/79 (1,3N)
  • 79/80 (2,3N)
  • 80/81 (2)
  • 81/82 (2)
  • 82/83 (3N)
  • 83/84 (3N)

Peacehaven & Telscombe Cliffs

  • 91/92 (4)
  • 92/93 (4)
  • 94/95 (4)
  • 95/96 (3)

Royal & Sun Alliance

See Sun Alliance.

St Francis Hospital

A Haywards Heath club. One of the five founder clubs in the post-war era. Before becoming part of the NHS in 1948 the hospital was known as the Royal Sussex County Lunatic Asylum. Though the club continues to use its old name, the institution itself was closed in 1995. The club currently plays in the Princess Royal Hospital, located on the old site.

  • 67/68 (–,–)
  • 68/69 (–)
  • 69/70 (–)
  • 70/71 (–)
  • 71/72 (–)
  • 72/73 (–)
  • 73/74 (2)
  • 74/75 (2)
  • 75/76 (2)
  • 76/77 (3)
  • 77/78 (2)
  • 78/79 (2)
  • 79/80 (3N)
  • 80/81 (3N)
  • 81/82 (2)
  • 82/83 (2)
  • 83/84 (3N)
  • 84/85 (3N)
  • 85/86 (3N)
  • 86/87 (2)
  • 87/88 (3)
  • 88/89 (4)
  • 89/90 (4)
  • 90/91 (4)
  • 91/92 (4)
  • 92/93 (4)
  • 93/94 (4)
  • 94/95 (4)
  • 95/96 (4)
  • 96/97 (4)
  • 97/98 (4)
  • 98/99 (4)
  • 99/00 (4)
  • 00/01 (4)
  • 01/02 (4)
  • 02/03 (4)
  • 03/04 (4)
  • 04/05 (4)
  • 05/06

Seaford

In its day, a large and thriving club. During its later years, for lack of suitable premises in Seaford, the club was based in Newhaven, notably at The Old Fort. When the club disbanded, most of the small group of players that remained joined the new Lewes side.

  • 77/78 (3)
  • 78/79 (2,3S)
  • 79/80 (1,2,3S)
  • 80/81 (1,3S,3S)
  • 81/82 (2,3S,3S)
  • 82/83 (1,3S,3S,3S)
  • 83/84 (1,2,3S,3S)
  • 84/85 (1,2,3S,3S)
  • 85/86 (1,2,3S,3S)
  • 86/87 (1,2,3S,3S)
  • 87/88 (1,2)
  • 88/89 (2)
  • 89/90 (1)

Sun Alliance (from 1996–7 Royal & Sun Alliance)

The club of an insurance company based in Horsham.

  • 72/73 (–)
  • 73/74 (1,2)
  • 74/75 (2,2,3)
  • 75/76 (1,2,3,3)
  • 76/77 (1,2,3,3)
  • 77/78 (1,2,3)
  • 78/79 (2,3N)
  • 79/80 (3N)
  • 80/81 (2)
  • 81/82 (2)
  • 82/83 (2)
  • 83/84 (1)
  • 84/85 (2)
  • 85/86 (2)
  • 86/87 (2)
  • 87/88 (2)
  • 88/89 (2)
  • 89/90 (2)
  • 90/91 (2)
  • 91/92 (1,4)
  • 92/93 (1,3)
  • 93/94 (2,3)
  • 94/95 (2,4)
  • 95/96 (2,4)
  • 96/97 (2)
  • 97/98 (2) [withdrew during the season]

Sussex University

A student-run club from Falmer.

  • 79/80 (3S)
  • 80/81 (2,3S)
  • 81/82 (1,3S)
  • 82/83 (1,3S)
  • 83/84 (2,3S)
  • 84/85 (1,3S,3S)
  • 85/86 (1,2,2)
  • 86/87 (1,3N)
  • 87/88 (1,2)
  • 88/89 (2)
  • 89/90 (2)
  • 90/91 (1)
  • ...
  • 98/99 (3)

Uckfield

A club started with lottery funds and run by Sue Carter.

  • 05/06 (4)

Varndean School

A Brighton club organized by Paul Watson. It subsequently played as Dorothy Stringer School (q.v.) and later as The Holt (q.v.).

  • 74/75 (3)
  • 75/76 (2)
  • 76/77 (1)
  • 77/78 (1)
  • 78/79 (1,3S)
  • 79/80 (1,3S)

William Parker School

A Hastings club that previously played as Hastings Grammar School (q.v.).

  • 78/79 (2)
  • 79/80 (1)
  • 80/81 (1)
  • 81/82 (1,3S)
  • 82/83 (1,3S)
  • 83/84 (1,3S)
  • 84/85 (1)
  • 85/86 (2,3S)

Woodpushers

A Hove club formed by former members of the Brighton, Hove & Sussex 6th Form College team (q.v.).

  • 97/98 (3)
  • 98/99 (3)
  • 99/00 (3)
  • 00/01 (2)
  • 01/02 (3)
  • 02/03 (3)
  • 03/04 (3)
  • 04/05 (2)
  • 05/06

Worthing

  • 91/92 (2)
  • 92/93 (1)
  • 93/94 (1)
  • 94/95 (1)
  • 95/96 (1)
  • 96/97 (1)
  • 97/98 (2)
  • 98/99 (1)
  • 99/00 (2)
  • 00/01 (2)
  • 01/02 (2)
  • 02/03 (3)
  • 03/04 (2,4)
  • 04/05 (2)
  • 05/06