North East Premier League

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The North East Premier League is the top level of competition for recreational club cricket in the North East of England, serving the counties of Durham, Northumberland and Tyne and Wear. Since 2000 it has been a designated ECB Premier League.[1]

The most successful team has been South Northumberland Cricket Club who have been champions on ten occasions, including six consecutively between 2003 and 2008.

The competing teams for 2017 are: Benwell Hill, Chester-le-Street, Durham CCC Academy, Eppleton, Felling, Hetton Lyons, Newcastle, South Northumberland, South Shields, Stockton, Tynemouth, and Whitburn.

Winners[edit]

Year Champions
2000 Sunderland
2001 Chester-le-Street
2002 Benwell Hill
2003 South Northumberland
2004 South Northumberland
2005 South Northumberland
2006 South Northumberland
2007 South Northumberland
2008 South Northumberland
2009 Chester-le-Street
2010 Chester-le-Street
2011 South Northumberland
2012 South Northumberland
2013 Stockton
2014 South Northumberland
2015 South Northumberland
2016 Chester-le-Street

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