The Cheshire County Cricket League was formed in 1975 and has since expanded, from the original 12 clubs, to three divisions each of 12 clubs. In 1999 the then First Division of the League became one of the first ECB Accredited Premier Leagues in England and at the same time joined up with the Cheshire Cricket League and the Cheshire Cricket Alliance to form the Cheshire Integrated League Structure of which it forms the top three divisions. Besides the 36 full member clubs playing 1st,2nd and 3rd XI cricket in the League, there are 20 associate members who play in the 3rd XI and/or Over 40s competitions only and they can be found here.
The League also has a thriving junior section and information on this can be found here. This website has been set up to provide the visitor with information about senior cricket in and associated with the League.
If you would like further information on the Cheshire County Cricket League, then contact the League Secretary, Geoff Wellsteed at email@example.com
Up to date League Newsletters can be found here or by using the link below, this will enable you to view league news throughout the year.
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