14 Sussex County Cricket Club 58% 19%. 15 Kent County Cricket Club 62% 18%. 16 Worcestershire County Cricket Club 59% 17%. 17 Durham County Cricket Club 59% 17%. 18 Hampshire County Cricket Club 61% 16%. 19 South Africa National Cricket Team 63% 16%. 20 Northamptonshire County Cricket Club 63% 16%.
9 Lancashire County Cricket Club 66% 22%. 10 Yorkshire County Cricket Club 65% 24%. 11 India National Cricket Team 65% 23%. 12 Durham County Cricket Club 62% 13%. 13 Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club 62% 17%. 14 Worcestershire County Cricket Club 61% 13%. 15 Sri Lanka National Cricket Team 61% 18%.
Independent leagues. Central Lancashire Cricket League. Ashton | Clifton | Crompton | Heywood | Littleborough | Middleton | Milnrow | Monton & Weaste | Norden | Oldham | ... Lancashire League. Yorkshire and Derbyshire League.
Green & Pleasant Land: 11 of the Most Beautiful and Quintessentially English Cricket Grounds Abinger Cricket Club, Surrey. Hit a four here and there’s a good chance the ball will end up very wet in the River... Ebernoe Cricket Club, West Sussex. Every year, on the 25th July, the village of Ebernoe ...
Holding a strong league among the most beautiful stadiums in England, the Sophia Gardens was a home to the Glamorgan County Cricket Club since 1967, and currently it is an established venue for hosting international test cricket.
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Set in the rich and verdant Warwickshire countryside and within the grounds of the striking Stoneleigh Abbey, can be found the glorious wicket of Stoneleigh Cricket Club. Founded in 1839 by Lord Chandos Leigh, it is one of the oldest and most famous cricket clubs in Warwickshire.
University cricket proves to be an important aspect of English Cricket, especially today and here are the best six University cricket teams (in no particular order): Loughborough MCCU When it comes to sport among the UK Universities, Loughborough is the crème de la crème. Loughborough is home to the National cricket centre which was established in 2003 and is used as a training base for the English Cricket team.
They are: Cambridge MCCU (from 1827) Oxford MCCU (from 1827) Durham MCCU (from 2001) Loughborough MCCU (from 2003) Cardiff MCCU (from 2012) Leeds/Bradford MCCU (from 2012)