Southern Premier Cricket League

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

The Southern Premier Cricket League is the top level of competition for recreational club cricket in central southern England, and since 2000 has been a designated ECB Premier League.[1]

The league primarily covers Hampshire, but also has clubs from Dorset, Isle of Wight and Wiltshire.

The competing teams in 2017 are: Alton, Andover, Bashley (Rydal), Burridge, Hampshire CCC Academy, Havant, Lymington, New Milton, St Cross Symondians, and South Wilts.


Year Champions
2000 Havant
2001 BAT Sports*
2002 Havant
2003 BAT Sports*
2004 South Wilts
2005 BAT Sports*
2006 BAT Sports*
2007 Havant
2008 Havant
2009 Havant
2010 Bournemouth
2011 Havant
2012 South Wilts
2013 South Wilts
2014 South Wilts
2015 South Wilts
2016 Havant

* - BAT Sports changed its name to Totton and Eling CC following the 2006 season.


External links[edit]