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vexillia21 Jan 2016 7:47 a.m. PST

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One of the most interesting replies I received following the publication of my 2015 review of the Northern League was from John Graham-Leigh. He runs the DBM Doubles League based in the South Western UK which was known as the South West Doubles League until 2011.

He kindly provided me with comparable data for the DBM Doubles League covering 2008-15. I couldn't resist running a quick comparison not least because in the South West they remained true to DBM whilst in the North they moved away from DBM running DBM, FOG AM and DBMM competitions as early as 2008. DBM last ran in the Northern League in 2009.

Before comparing the two leagues I wanted to look at the combined trend; not least because it will say something about the national scene as far as regional leagues are concerned.

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