ECB National Club Cricket Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

The ECB National Club Cricket Championship is a knockout club cricket competition in England. The most successful clubs have been Scarborough Cricket Club, from Yorkshire, with five titles and Old Hill Cricket Club from the county of Worcestershire, with four.

Winners[edit]

ECB National Club Championship

  • 2012: York (2)
  • 2011: Shrewsbury (2)
  • 2010: South Northumberland
  • 2009: Chester-le-Street

Cockspur Cup

  • 2008: Kibworth (after replay)
  • 2007: Bromley
  • 2006: South Northumberland
  • 2005: Horsham
  • 2004: Kibworth

Club Cricket Championship

Club Cricket Championship - sponsored by play-cricket.com

  • 2002: Saffron Walden
  • 2001: Bramhall

Club Cricket Championship

  • 2000: Sheffield Collegiate (after a replay)
  • 1999: Wolverhampton (2)

Abbot Ale Cup

Club Cricket Championship

  • 1992: Optimists
  • 1991: Teddington

Cockspur Cup

  • 1990: Blackpool
  • 1989: Teddington
  • 1988: Enfield
  • 1987: Old Hill

William Younger Cup

John Haig Trophy

  • 1982: Scarborough (5)
  • 1981: Scarborough (4)
  • 1980: Moseley
  • 1979: Scarborough (3)
  • 1978: Cheltenham(2)
  • 1977: Southgate
  • 1976: Scarborough (2)

DH Robins Cup

  • 1975: York
  • 1974: Sunbury
  • 1973: Wolverhampton (1)
  • 1972: Scarborough (1)
  • 1971: Blackheath
  • 1970: Cheltenham (1)
  • 1969: Hampstead

External links[edit]