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Data row number Tournament 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 SR

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Past Southern League winners This section lists the past winners of the Southern League. For the 1898–99 season, Division Two was divided into London and South West sections, with a playoff contested between the winners of each section. For the 1898–99 season, Division Two was divided into London and South West sections, with a playoff contested between the winners of each section. For the 1899–1900 season, the league reverted to the old format. For the 1899–1900 season, the league reverted to the old format. For the 1909–10 season, Division Two was split into an 'A' section and a 'B' section, with the winners of each section contesting a play off for the Division Two championship. For the 1909–10 season, Division Two was split into an 'A' section and a 'B' section, with the winners of each section contesting a play off for the Division Two championship. For the 1910–11 season, the league again reverted to the previous format. 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Additional fixtures were obtained through the Midweek Section which did not contribute to the overall championship. For the 1945–46 season, the Midweek Section was not played due to power restrictions after the Second World War. For the 1945–46 season, the Midweek Section was not played due to power restrictions after the Second World War. For the 1958–59 season the Southern League was again divided into two sections: North Western and South Eastern. The winners of each section contested a playoff for the Southern League championship For the 1958–59 season the Southern League was again divided into two sections: North Western and South Eastern. The winners of each section contested a playoff for the Southern League championship The following season saw the two sections merged to form a Premier Division, and a new Division One introduced. The following season saw the two sections merged to form a Premier Division, and a new Division One introduced. 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