1992 Yaghmuryan (Ararat Yerevan) 38 1993 Andranik Hovsepyan (Banants) 26 Gegam Hovhannisyan (Homenetmen) 26 1994 Arsen Avetisyan (Homenetmen) 39 1995 --- 1995/96 Ara Adamyan (Shirak Gyumri) 28 1996/97 Arsen Avetisyan (Pyunik Yerevan [I]) 24 1997 Artur Petrosyan (Shirak Gyumri) 18 1998 Aram Hakobyan (Dvin) 20 1999 Shirak Sarikyan (Tsement Ararat) 21 2000 Aram Hakobyan (Araks Ararat) 21 2001 Arman Karamyan (Pyunik Yerevan [II]) 21 2002 Arman Karamyan (Pyunik Yerevan [II]) 36 2003 Aram Hakobyan (Banants Yerevan) 45 2004 Edgar Manucharian (Pyunik Yerevan [II]) 21 Galust Petrosian (Pyunik Yerevan [II]) 21 2005 Nshan Erzrumian (Kilikia Yerevan) 18 2006 Aram Hakobyan (Banants Yerevan) 25 2007 Markos Pineiro Pizzelli (Ararat Yerevan) 22 2008 Markos Pineiro Pizzelli (Ararat Yerevan) 17 2009 Artur Kocharyan (Ulysses Yerevan) 15 2010 Gevorg Ghazaryan (Pyunik Yerevan) 16 Markos Pineiro Pizzelli (Pyunik Yerevan) 16 2011 Bruno Correa (Banants Yerevan) 16 2012/13 Norayr Gyozalyan (Impuls Dilijan) 22 NB: Homenetmen (also known as AOSS) Yerevan changed name to Pyunik after the 1995 season and won two championships under that name; the club changed name to Kilikia before the 1999 season, played two seasons under that name and withdrew from the 2001 championship; before that championship, Armenikum Yerevan, promoted in 2000, changed name to Pyunik and won the title as such. These two Pyunik incarnations are numbered [I] and [II] above, respectively.
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Author: Roberto Di Maggio
Last updated: 9 Aug 2013
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