Carmarthenshire County Cricket Club

Carmarthenshire County Cricket Club was a cricket team from the West Wales county of Carmarthenshire that competed in the Minor Counties championship from 1908 to 1911, without success.

The Minor Counties had a divisional structure at the time and Carmarthenshire was grouped with other Welsh and West of England sides.

Most of the home matches were played at Stradey Park in Llanelli, now more famous as a rugby union venue.


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