ECB National Club Cricket Championship

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

Winners[edit]

  • 1969: Hampstead
  • 1970: Cheltenham
  • 1971: Blackheath
  • 1972: Scarborough
  • 1973: Wolverhampton
  • 1974: Sunbury
  • 1975: York
  • 1976: Scarborough
  • 1977: Southgate
  • 1978: Cheltenham
  • 1979: Scarborough
  • 1980: Moseley
  • 1981: Scarborough
  • 1982: Scarborough
  • 1983: Shrewsbury
  • 1984: Old Hill
  • 1985: Old Hill
  • 1986: Stourbridge
  • 1987: Old Hill
  • 1988: Enfield
  • 1989: Teddington
  • 1990: Blackpool
  • 1991: Teddington
  • 1992: Optimists
  • 1993: Old Hill
  • 1994: Chorley
  • 1995: Chorley
  • 1996: Walsall
  • 1997: Eastbourne
  • 1998: Doncaster Town
  • 1999: Wolverhampton
  • 2000: Sheffield Collegiate (following replay)
  • 2001: Bramhall
  • 2002: Saffron Walden
  • 2003: Sandiacre Town
  • 2004: Kibworth
  • 2005: Horsham
  • 2006: South Northumberland
  • 2007: Bromley
  • 2008: Kibworth (following replay)
  • 2009: Chester-le-Street
  • 2010: South Northumberland
  • 2011: Shrewsbury
  • 2012: York
  • 2013: West Indian Cavaliers
  • 2014: Sandiacre Town
  • 2015: Blackheath
  • 2016: South Northumberland

Competition name[edit]

Due to sponsorship, the competition has been known by the following names:

Period Name
1969–1975 DH Robins Cup
1976–1982 John Haig Trophy
1983–1986 William Younger Cup
1987–1990 Cockspur Cup
1991–1992 Club Cricket Championship
1993–1998 Abbot Ale Cup
1999-2000 Club Cricket Championship
2001-2002 Club Cricket Championship - sponsored by play-cricket.com
2003 Club Cricket Championship
2004-2008 Cockspur Cup
2009-2012 ECB National Club Championship
2013-present Royal London Club Championship

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