|1999||Newport Wasps||Edinburgh Monarchs|
|2000||Hull Vikings||Exeter Falcons|
|2001||Sheffield Tigers||Swindon Robins|
|2002||Trelawny Tigers||Sheffield Tigers|
|2003||competition not held|
|2004||Exeter Falcons||Reading Racers|
|2005||Rye House Rockets||Workington Comets|
|2006||Kings Lynn Stars||Sheffield Tigers|
|2007||Kings Lynn Stars||Birmingham Brummies|
|2008||Edinburgh Monarchs||Birmingham Brummies|
|2009||Kings Lynn Stars||Edinburgh Monarchs|
|2010||Newcastle Diamonds||Birmingham Brummies|
|2011||competition not held|
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“The two real political parties in America are the Winners and the Losers. The people dont acknowledge this. They claim membership in two imaginary parties, the Republicans and the Democrats, instead.”
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