Middlesex County Cricket League

The Middlesex County Cricket League is the top level of competition for recreational club cricket in Middlesex, England, and since 1999 has been a designated ECB Premier League.[1] Four MCCL clubs have won the ECB National Club Championship: Teddington (1989 and 1991), Enfield (1988), Southgate (1977) and Hampstead (1969).

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Recent Winners

Year Champions
2010 Ealing
2009 Ealing
2008 Ealing
2007 Ealing
2006 Ealing
2005 Ealing
2004 Richmond
2003 Brondesbury
2002 Teddington
2001 Ealing
2000 Brondesbury
1999 Brondesbury

Cricket in Middlesex

The League consists of 9 divisions in total, 3 for 1st XIs, 3 for 2nd XIs and 3 for 3rd XIs. The 1st and 2nd XI sections are linked to the Middlesex Championship with the winner of the Championship's respective first divisions being promoted to the County League third divisions. The 3rd XI section links to the 1987 League Division 1. As the 1987 League caters for 3rd XIs and lower, it is possible for teams lower than 3rd XI to play in the County League 3rd XI divisions.

1st XIs 2nd XIs 3rd XIs (and lower)
County League Division 1 County League Division 1 County League Division 1
County League Division 2 County League Division 2 County League Division 2
County League Division 3 County League Division 3 County League Division 3
Championship Division 1 Championship Division 1 1987 League Division 1
Championship Division 2 Championship Division 2 1987 League Division 2
Championship Division 3 Championship Division 3 1987 League Division 3
Championship Division 4 1987 League Division 4
1987 League Division 5
1987 League Division 6

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