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St Austins

Formed in 1946, this Yorkshire club were county champions from 1963 to 1975. The clubs was distinctive in that that all pulled on the left hand side of the rope.
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6 a side (Front to Back) ?, Tony Timlin, Bill Lyons, Paddy O'Malley, Jimmy O'Malley, Billy O'Malley (Courtesy of JOC)#02

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(Courtesy of JOC)#03

c1970
c1970

Yorkshire Champions Back Row: ?, ?, ?, ? Front Row: ?, ?, Bill Reape, Jimmy O'Malley, ?, ? (Courtesy of the ToWA)#01

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c1950s

6 a side (Front to Back) ?, Tony Timlin, Bill Lyons, Paddy O'Malley, Jimmy O'Malley, Billy O'Malley (Courtesy of JOC)#02

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St Clarets

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  • National Youth Titles         2   
1990
1990

Federation National Championships, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire 600K Champions Back Row: ?, ?, Duncan Craft, ? Front Row: Steve Philips, ?, Mick Moran(Coach), ?, James Cannon (Courtesy of JCC)#03

1996
1996

Association National Championships, Minehead, Somerset 530K Youth Champions Back Row: Front Row: (Courtesy of the ToWA)#01

1996
1996

St Clarets 'Old Boys' at the presentation of the Pat Manley Trophy (Left to Right) (Courtesy of the ToWA)#02

1990
1990

Federation National Championships, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire 600K Champions Back Row: ?, ?, Duncan Craft, ? Front Row: Steve Philips, ?, Mick Moran(Coach), ?, James Cannon (Courtesy of JCC)#03

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St George

Formed in 1997, when the Rainham Lessa team relocated to the St George Hospital, Hornchurch and changed their name. The team became very competitive on the circuit and contested for honours at National level gaining 640K Silver 1998 and 600K Bronze in 2001, as well as semi finals in most years.
The club eventually folded in 2004 ending the era that began in 1935 at Beckton Gas.
1998
1998

Wiltshire County Open, Christian Malford, Wiltshire Catchweight Team (Front to Back) Andy Keyes, Martin Tarbard, Rob Shynn, Barry Mark, Nigel Slade, Steve Downs, Andy Shynn, Andy Hockey, Jack Grantham(Coach) (Courtesy of MTC)#01

1998
1998

Guildford Lions Open, Guildford, Surrey 640K Runners Up (Front to Back) Martin Tarbard, Steve Downs, Rob Shynn, Barry Mark, Nigel Slade, Danny Johnson, Andy Shynn, Andy Hockey, Jack Grantham(Coach) (Courtesy of MTC)#02

1999
1999

TWIF European Open Club Champioships, Slagharen, Netherlands 680K Team (Front to Back) Warren Connelly, Carl Smith, Barry Mark, Nigel Slade, Tom Walsh, Brendan McNulty, Andy Hockey, Billy Reilly(Coach) (Courtesy of MTC)#15

1998
1998

Wiltshire County Open, Christian Malford, Wiltshire Catchweight Team (Front to Back) Andy Keyes, Martin Tarbard, Rob Shynn, Barry Mark, Nigel Slade, Steve Downs, Andy Shynn, Andy Hockey, Jack Grantham(Coach) (Courtesy of MTC)#01

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St Hughs

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1966
1966

Association National Championships, 104st Newcomer Champions Back Row: Front Row: (Courtesy of the ToWA)#01

1966
1966

Association National Championships, 104st Newcomer Champions Back Row: Front Row: (Courtesy of the ToWA)#01

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St Pat's

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  • European Titles                1 (ER)
  • UK Titles                           1(ER)
  • TWIF Open Club Titles
  • National Titles                   16
  • AAA's Titles                       1
1987
1987

Association Inter County Championships, Southend, Essex (Front to Back) (Courtesy of MMC)#01

1987
1987

Association Inter County Championships, Southend, Essex (Front to Back) Mick Corley, James Stretton,Ian Wallace, Alan Clarke, Jim Stretton, Paul Chamberlain(Coach) (Courtesy of MMC)#02

1995
1995

TWIF European Championships, Getxo, Spain Representing England 720K Champions (Front to Back):Brian Wheeler, Patsy Murphy, Beaver, Dave Murphy, Paul Chamberlain, Stirling, Antony Fagan, Jim Stretton, Steve Goss(Coach) (Courtesy of the ToWA)#07

1987
1987

Association Inter County Championships, Southend, Essex (Front to Back) (Courtesy of MMC)#01

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Sandhurst

Formed in 1962 by the Coates Brothers this club became another top side within the Association.
Achieving numerous honours both for themselves and as England representatives (ER):
  • UK Titles                          1 (ER)
  • TWIF Open Club Titles    2
  • National Titles                  3
  • National Youth Titles       4
  • AAA's Titles                     1
The club is still active.
c1963
c1963

Front to Back: John Broughan, - , - , - , - , - , (Courtesy of MMC)#01

1983
1983

Association National Championships, Kingston, Surrey 640K Champions (Front to Back) Wally McMillan, Colin Coates, Joe Whittaker, Kirk Scott, Robbie Gale, Dennis Hall, Barry Keeling, Tony Arnold, Sam Canning(Coach) (Courtesy of MMC)#02

1996
1996

UK Championships, Cardiff, Wales Representing England 600K Bronze Team (Front to Back): Phil Brant, Martin Philpott, Bob (Tank) Mould, Bob Sergison, Jonathon Scott, Trevor Canning, Derek , Joe Whittaker(Coach), Mick Newark, Stuart Canning (Courtesy of the ToWA)#06

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c1963

Front to Back: John Broughan, - , - , - , - , - , (Courtesy of MMC)#01

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School of Artillery 

Formed in 1962 by the Coates Brothers this club became another top side within the Association.
Achieving numerous honours both for themselves and as England representatives (ER):
  • UK Titles                          1 (ER)
  • TWIF Open Club Titles    2
  • National Titles                  3
  • National Youth Titles       4
  • AAA's Titles                     1
The club is still active.
1965
1965

Inter Army Champions 88st & 100st Aldershot Athletic Stadium, Aldershot, Surrey. (Front to Back) ?, ?, ?, Tug Lawson, ?, ?, ?, ?, ? (Courtesy of JLC)#01

1965
1965

Inter Army Champions 88st & 100st Aldershot Athletic Stadium, Aldershot, Surrey. Tug Lawson Front Row 7th from left. (Courtesy of JLC)#02

1965
1965

Inter Army Champions 88st & 100st Aldershot Athletic Stadium, Aldershot, Surrey. (Front to Back) ?, ?, ?, Tug Lawson, ?, ?, ?, ?, ? (Courtesy of JLC)#01

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Sheen

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Formed in 1968, the Staffordshire club rose to become one of the pre-eminent clubs within
the sport.
Achieving numerous honours in both disciplines of the sport, for themselves and as England representatives (ER):
  • World Games Titles        1 (ER)
  • World Titles                     7 (ER)
  • European Titles              4(ER)
  • UK Titles                          6 (ER)
  • TWIF Open Club Titles   1 (ER)
  • National Titles                 74
  • National Youth Titles      10
  • AAA's Titles                     12
  • Inter County Titles           4
The club is still active.
1975
1975

Association National Championships, Catchweight Champions Back Row: - , - , - , - , - , - , Front Row: John Critchlow, Brian Jones, - , - , (Courtesy of the ToWA)#08

1979
1979

Association Inter County Championships, Luton, Bedfordshire 680K Winners (Front to Back) - , - , Brian Jones, John Critchlow, - , - , - , - , - , (Courtesy of JMC)#01

1995
1995

Association National Indoor Championships, 600K Champions Back Row: Front Row: (Courtesy of the ToWA)#11

1975
1975

Association National Championships, Catchweight Champions Back Row: - , - , - , - , - , - , Front Row: John Critchlow, Brian Jones, - , - , (Courtesy of the ToWA)#08

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Sher E Punjab

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  • Federation Titles                 3
1990
1990

(Front to Back) (Courtesy of SGC)#01

1990
1990

Federation Championships, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire 640K Champions Back Row: Front Row: (Courtesy of SGC)#02

1994
1994

Federation Championships, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire 600K Champions Back Row: Front Row: (Courtesy of SGC)#03

1990
1990

(Front to Back) (Courtesy of SGC)#01

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Sleaford

Formed in ,they were coached by Charlie Rogers.
Mainly competiting on the Federation circuit they distinguished themselves winning:
  • Federation Titles                 1
  • Federation Inter County     6
1994
1994

Federation Inter County Championships, Bedford, Bedfordshire 640K & 680K Winners Back Row: Front Row: (Courtesy of SGC)#01

1994
1994

Federation National Championships, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire 640K Runners Up Back Row: Front Row: (Courtesy of SGC)#02

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Kessingland Weekender, Suffolk (Front to Back) (Courtesy of DLC)#04

1994
1994

Federation Inter County Championships, Bedford, Bedfordshire 640K & 680K Winners Back Row: Front Row: (Courtesy of SGC)#01

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Southend

The club began life in 1981 as Byfords Bros ToWC, its membership mainly being employees of their sponsor Byfords Builders Merchants in Southend, Essex.
The Club changed its name in 1986 when they relocated. A competitive, hard side they earned themselves a good reputation on the circuit and represented Essex twice at County level. 
The club disbanded in 1992.
1984
1984

Kessingland Weekender, Suffolk (Front to Back) #01

1985
1985

Kessingland Weekender, Suffolk (Front to Back) (Courtesy of PCC)#02

1986
1986

Southend Open, Southend, Essex (Front to Back) Nigel Slade, Peter Stone, Mick Ball, ?, Paul Cotgrove, ?, Roger Cook, Peter Byford, Dan Sullivan(Coach) (Courtesy of PCC)#05

1984
1984

Kessingland Weekender, Suffolk (Front to Back) #01

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Staffordshire Police

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  • National Titles                 1
1992
1992

National Police Championships, Whitehaven, Cumbria Catchweight Bronze (Front to Back): (Courtesy of the ToWA)#01

1992
1992

National Police Championships, Whitehaven, Cumbria Catchweight Bronze (Front to Back): (Courtesy of the ToWA)#01

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Swindon Gym

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  • Federation Titles                 2
1992
1992

Federation Championships, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire 680K Champions Back Row: Front Row: (Courtesy of SGC)#01

1993
1993

Federation Championships, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire 680K Champions Back Row: Front Row: (Courtesy of SGC)#02

1992
1992

Federation Championships, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire 680K Champions Back Row: Front Row: (Courtesy of SGC)#01

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