County Medals Loughborough

This competition started in the 1905/06 season as the number of teams in county junior leagues increased. The regional County Medals competitions were introduced for teams below the top divisions in the Junior leagues or teams who were not in a league in that area of the county.

WinnersRunners Up
1905/06Loughborough MutualsWoodhouse St. Paul’s
1906/07Woodhouse ImperialHemington
1907/08Quorn White CrossLoughborough Ivanhoe
1908/09Kegworth VictoriaWoodgate Baptists
1909/10Hathern ExcelsiorLoughborough Olympic
1910/11HemingtonCartwright & Warner’s
1911/12Cartwright & Warner’sShepshed Amateurs
1912/13Cartwright & Warner’sShepshed Amateurs
1913/14Shepshed AmateursSileby Excelsior

There was no Loughborough Medals competition between 1914/15 and 1918/19 seasons due to the First World War.

WinnersRunners Up
1919/20Barrow Trinity ReservesLoughborough Imperial Reserves
1920/21Shepshed AthleticWoodhouse Imperial
1921/22Thorpe AlbionCastle Donington Victoria Reserves
1922/23Breedon UnitedSutton Bonington
1923/24Shepshed Parish ChurchSutton Bonington
1924/25Woodgate BaptistsLoughborough Red Triangle
1925/26Loughborough Red TriangleLoughborough Brush Works
1926/27Quorn Boys’ Life BrigadeMountsorrel Athletic
1927/28Sileby BaptistsLoughborough Brush Works Reserves
1928/29Sileby United Old BoysSt. Peter’s YM Club
1929/30Mountsorrel St. Peter’sLoughborough Parish Church
1930/31Sileby St. Mary’sHathern United Sunday School
1931/32Emmanuel Bible ClassShelthorpe Athletic
1932/33Oaks Parish ChurchQuorn Wesleyans
1933/34Quorn MethodistsKingston & District
1934/35Quorn MethodistsKegworth Imperial
1935/36Barrow Old BoysQuorn Methodists
1936/37Shepshed Parish ChurchKegworth Imperial
1937/38Castle DoningtonKegworth Imperial
1938/39Long WhattonShepshed Swifts
1939/40Sileby RangersHathern United

The competition was once again suspended due to war between 1940 and 1946.

After the war ended the regional County Medals competitions format was changed to be a larger county wide format with the formation of the County Medals East & West in 1946.