National One Day Championship

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National One Day Championship
Countries Pakistan Pakistan
Administrator Pakistan Cricket Board
Format List A cricket (One Day)
First tournament 1985–86
Last tournament 2015-16
Number of teams 16
Current champion National Bank and Islamabad

The Cool & Cool Presents National One-Day Cup is the national List A cricket tournament of Pakistan, and is contested by 16 teams.

History[edit]

The trophy was called the Wills Cup until 1998. The trophy was renamed the Tissot Cup in 1998, and as the One Day National Tournament in 2000. In 2002-2003, it was played as National Bank of Pakistan Patron's Cup. In 2003-04, it was played as Quaid-e-Azam Cup. From 2004-05 to 2007-08, it was called the ABN-AMRO Cup or ABN-AMRO Gold League and Silver League. The following two years it was known as The Royal Bank of Scotland Cup. In 2010-11 and 2011-12 Faysal Bank took over as the lead sponsor and a two-division system with a promotion and relegation system was adopted. In 2012-13 and 2013-14 it was called the President's Cup, in 2014-15 it was the Haier President's Gold Cup, and in 2015-16 it was the Cool & Cool Presents National One-Day Cup.

Winners of the limited overs one-day national cricket tournaments are:

Present teams[edit]

Gold League[edit]

Silver League[edit]

See also[edit]

Faysal Bank T20 Cup

References[edit]

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