North Lancashire and Cumbria League

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North Lancashire and Cumbria League
Countries  England
First tournament 1892
Number of teams 20
Current champion Furness

The North Lancashire and Cumbria League is an independent club cricket league for teams in Northern Lancashire and Cumbria.

Other club cricket leagues in the North West of England include the Northern Premier Cricket League and the designated ECB Premier League Liverpool and District Cricket Competition as well as the independent Lancashire League and Central Lancashire League.

History[edit]

In 1892 when the strongest local teams formed the North Lancashire League, while in the same year The Furness and District Cricket was also created.

Participating teams[edit]

  • Carlisle
  • Cleator
  • Cockermouth
  • Dalton
  • Egremont
  • Furness
  • Haverigg
  • Hawcoat Park
  • Keswick
  • Kirkby
  • Lanercost
  • Lindal Moor
  • Millom
  • Seascale
  • Ulverston
  • Vickerstown
  • Whitehaven
  • Wigton
  • Windscale
  • Workington

Past winners[edit]

  • 2000 Barrow
  • 2001 Cleator
  • 2002 Barrow
  • 2003 Millom
  • 2004 Furness
  • 2005 Millom
  • 2006 Cockermouth
  • 2007 Workington
  • 2008 Workington
  • 2009 Furness
  • 2010 Furness
  • 2011 Furness
  • 2012 Cockermouth
  • 2013 Furness