South Yorkshire Cricket League

South Yorkshire Cricket League (formerly known as The South Riding League) is a cricket league based in South Yorkshire, England. It was formed in 1947. It has 8 divisions mainly of 12 teams each.

TeamsEdit

As of 31/08/19[1]

ChampionshipEdit

  • Sheffield Collegiate – 2nd XI
  • Oughtibridge – 1st XI
  • Aston Hall – 2nd XI
  • Appleby Frodingham CC – 1st XI
  • Cawthorne CC, Yorks – 1st XI
  • Whiston Parish Church – 1st XI
  • Rockingham Colliery – 1st XI
  • Houghton Main CC – 1st XI
  • Conisbrough CC – 1st XI
  • Sprotbrough CC – 1st XI
  • Darfield – 1st XI

Most league titlesEdit

[citation needed]

18 Times – Elsecar

8 Times – Shiregreen and Treeton

7 Times – Darfield and Wickersley

5 Times – Rotherham Phoenix

1 Time – Aston Hall, Doncaster Town, Hallam and Tickhill

CupsEdit

Whitworth Cup, Michael Savage Trophy, President's Trophy and Billy Oates Memorial CupEdit

The two main cup competitions within the league are the Whitworth Cup and the Michael Savage Trophy.

Crucible Trading Whitworth Cup is open to Teams in Championship

Michael Savage Trophy is open to teams in Division 1 and 2

Bradfield Brewery President's Trophy is open to teams in 3, 4 and 5

MS Sports Billy Oates Memorial Cup is open to teams in 6, 7 and 8

Whitworth Cup WinnersEdit

10 Times

Elsecar

9 Times

Whitley Hall

5 Times

Rotherham Phoenix

Treeton

Wickersley OV

1 Time

Kexborough

Sprotbrough

Tickhill

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "South Yorkshire Cricket League". sycl.play-cricket.com. Retrieved 2019-09-06.

External linksEdit