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Non expert teams
Non qualifier pairs
Leonard trophy was awarded for open pairs as well as butler pairs.
Non expert pairs
Paul Spurway Bowl was awarded to the subsidiary pairs, Invicta runners up 1987-91 then Champagne pairs.
Main teams until 1998, pivot teams from 1999 & from 2006 leading non expert team in congress.
Swiss Pairs Championship
Knock-out Teams Supplementary
Main Championship Pairs (1938 - 1968)
Championship Pairs Runners up (1969 - 1975)
Championship Pairs Plate (1976 - 1986)
Mixed Pivot Teams (1987 - 2008)
Not currently played for
Inter Club Championships
Division 1: Corbett Cup
Division 2: Corbett Plate
Division 3: Mitchell Salver
North East Kent League
North West Kent League
Division 1 Winners
Division 2 Winners
South West Kent League
South East Kent League
Mid Kent League
East Kent League
Play off for Area League Winners
This was an individual competition which ran for about 30 years although the results are a bit sketchy
Another individual competition which ran initially as subsidiary to Clark Bowl but in later years awarded as runners up in Clark Bowl.