South Wilts Cricket Club

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South Wilts Cricket Club
LeagueSouthern Cricket League (3rd/10)
CaptainBen Draper
CoachThomas Morton
Team information
Home groundSalisbury and South Wiltshire Sports Club
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South Wilts Cricket Club is an English amateur cricket club based in the cathedral city of Salisbury, Wiltshire.

South Wilts is one of Wiltshire's leading cricket clubs, having won the Southern Premier Cricket League five times along with a hat-trick of T20 victories from 2013 to 2015. On Saturdays it runs four senior men's teams along with numerous junior boys', women's and girls' sides on other days of the week.

Home matches are played at the Salisbury and South Wiltshire Sports Club ground, which is in the Bemerton area of Salisbury. The ground currently hosts Wiltshire CCC matches and is also used for county representative fixtures and ECB Finals Days.


South Wilts is one of the South's leading cricket clubs, having won the coveted ECB Southern Premier League five times and its precursor the Southern Cricket League once. On Saturdays, the club runs four Senior Men's teams, playing in the Southern and Hampshire Leagues. South Wilts also run arguably one of the strongest junior sections in the region, with boys' and girls' teams playing during the week, and providing the club with many County Youth, Premier League and Minor County cricketers.

Major honours[edit]

  • Southern Cricket League (1969–1999)
    • Champions – 1990
    • Runners-Up – 1971, 1999
  • Southern Premier Cricket League (2000–)
    • Champions – 2004, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2021
    • Runners-Up – 2005, 2008, 2009
  • Southern Cricket League Evening Knockout (1977–2001)
    • Champions – 1991
    • Runners-Up – 1978
  • Southern Premier League Twenty20 (2002–)
    • Champions – 2002, 2006, 2013, 2014, 2015
    • Runners-Up – 2018
  • Southern Premier League Division Three (Second XI)
    • Champions – 2015
    • Runners-Up – 2018
  • Hampshire Cricket League County One (Second XI)
    • Champions = 2006, 2010
  • Hampshire Cricket League County Three (Third XI)
    • Champions = 2003


  • First XI – Southern Premier Cricket League
  • Second XI – Southern Premier Cricket League Division Two
  • Third XI – Hampshire Cricket League Division Two
  • Fourth XI – Hampshire Cricket League Division Five North West
  • Youth Teams – Wiltshire Youth Cricket League, ECB National Club U13/U15/U19 Championships

First Class cricketers[edit]

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