Club Cricket

Totteridge Milhillians Clinch Second Place

With Hertford confirmed as Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Division One champions last week, Totteridge Milhillians joined them in earning promotion.
9 September 2013

Seventh Title In A Row For York

York have won the Yorkshire ECB League championship for the seventh season in a row. With two matches to play they lead the table by 19 points and cannot be caught.
5 September 2013

Celebrations, Fancy Dress And Doughnuts

What a week...and particularly the weekend, we have received tweets, results, photos and messages from all over the UK and beyond!
3 September 2013

Cleckheaton Close To First Title

Cleckheaton are within touching distance of their first JCT 600 Bradford League First Division title after Yorkshire pace bowler Iain Wardlaw produced a fine all-round performance to help them beat relegated Saltaire at home by 168 runs.
3 September 2013

Furness Beat Whitehaven To Win Title

Furness were crowned 2013 North Lancashire and Cumbria League Premier Division champions after beating Whitehaven by seven wickets.
3 September 2013

Hertford Confirmed As Champions

Hertford beat nearest challengers Reed by 42 runs to win the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Division One title.
2 September 2013

Hampstead Clinch League Title

Hampstead have won the 2013 Middlesex ECB Premier League title with one week of the season remaining.
2 September 2013

Cleckheaton Suffer Surprise Defeat

Leaders Cleckheaton suffered a surprise 91-run defeat at Bradford & Bingley to open up the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division title race going into the last two matches of the season.
28 August 2013

Lightcliffe End 49-Year Wait For Cup Glory

Lightcliffe ended a 49-year wait to win the Bradford League Priestley Cup when they beat Hanging Heaton by seven wickets in the final at Farsley to lift the trophy for the first time since 1964. It was a match in which the toss proved to be a decisive factor.
27 August 2013

A Heady Mix Of Weather And Celebrations

Rain, soggy outfields and bad light dominated the majority of cricket-related tweets this weekend - at least in the South. Here's our pick of the (rather wet) bunch.
27 August 2013

Furness Close In On The Title

The North Lancashire and Cumbria League Premier Division title would appear to be Furness's to lose after both they and challengers Cockermouth won at the weekend.
27 August 2013

Rain Hampers League Programmes

Rain and bad weather prevented any play in the ECB Middlesex Premier League and only one match was played in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Division One.
27 August 2013

Farsley Steal A March On Opponents

Farsley stole a march on their Second Division championship and promotion rivals when they were the only winners on a day of rain disruption in the JCT 600 Bradford League.
20 August 2013

Rain Ruins League Programme

All nine matches in the North Lancashire and Cumbria League Premier Division this week were abandoned without a ball being bowled due to rain.
19 August 2013

Hampstead Move Clear Again

Hampstead took advantage of Finchley's win over Ealing to move 18 points clear at the top of the 2013 Middlesex ECB Premier League.
19 August 2013

Another Week, Another Win For Hertford

Another win for Hertford this week left them 41 points clear at the top of the Saracens Hertforshire Cricket League Division One.
19 August 2013

Cleckheaton Still Favourites Despite Loss

Cleckheaton suffered a four wicket defeat at East Bierley in the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division, but it did not materially affect their strong position at the top of the table and they remain favourites to win the championship.
16 August 2013

York Hit New League Record of 425

Free-scoring York created a Yorkshire ECB League record in their home match against an under-strength Barnsley side.
16 August 2013

Cancel Tea, Both Teams Are All Out!

A new feature from Cricket World showcasing the best, funniest and most entertaining from club cricket - as tweeted to us by you.
13 August 2013

Rockhampton Rams Heading To Lord's

Rockhampton Cricket Club beat Dinton by 94 runs to reach the final of the National Village knock-out semi-final, where they will face Cumbria's Cleator Cricket Club.
12 August 2013


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