Derbyshire County Cricket League

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The Premier Division of the Derbyshire County Cricket League is the top level of competition for recreational club cricket in Derbyshire, England, and is a designated ECB Premier League. [1] The Premier League was founded in 2000 as a separate league from the Derbyshire County Cricket League, and at that time was called the Derbyshire Premier Cricket League. The two leagues amalgamated before the 2016 season, and the Derbyshire Premier Cricket League became the Premier Division of the Derbyshire County Cricket League. While most of the league's member clubs are from Derbyshire, there are also clubs from the Burton upon Trent area of Staffordshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire. [2]

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Cricket clubs registered in the Derbyshire County Cricket League in 2022.

Champions

    Championships won

    League championship
    WinsClub
    6Ockbrook & Borrowash
    Sandiacre Town
    3Swarkestone
    2Spondon
    1Alvaston and Boulton
    Chesterfield
    Clifton
    Denby
    Lullington Park
    Ticknall

      Performance by season from 2000

      Key
      GoldChampions
      BlueLeft league
      RedRelegated
      Premier Division performance by season, from 2000
      Club20002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201420152016201720182019202020212022
      Alfreton59981011118
      Alrewas7
      Alvaston and Boulton16111098106796510107118108710
      Aston on Trent12
      Chesterfield69765988134656931047411
      Clifton8141071211
      Cutthorpe912
      Denby101641059116457879644
      Dunstall22311635106988781212
      Eckington11963510109
      Elvaston1011128712
      Heanor Town [lower-alpha 1] 810
      Ilkeston Rutland9747631257812
      Langley Mill United11115612
      Lullington Park765197910811
      Marehay7111211911
      Matlock1112
      Ockbrook and Borrowash3325311221213816294323
      Quarndon7498246481077111012
      Rolleston71012
      Rolls Royce Leisure111012
      Sandiacre Town4512122332321521313512
      Sawley103712
      Shipley Hall1212
      Spondon4144539364422155
      Stainsby Hall512
      Staveley Welfare811
      Swarkestone2132156981
      Ticknall1244245561236
      Wirksworth and Middleton81291111
      References [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [lower-alpha 2] [24] [25]
      1. Heanor Town resigned from the Premier League after the 2001 season.
      2. The COVID-19 pandemic forced a reduction in league activity. A replacement competition was organised for the latter part of the season when cricket became possible again, but with the winners not to be regarded as official league champions.

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      References

      1. List of ECB Premier Leagues Archived October 15, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
      2. "Derbyshire County Cricket League". derbyscountylge.play-cricket.com. Derbyshire County Cricket League. Retrieved 13 February 2022.
      3. Club Cricket Yearbook 2006
      4. Club Cricket Yearbook 2006
      5. "Premier Division - 2002".
      6. "Premier Division - 2003".
      7. "Premier Division - 2004".
      8. "Premier Division - 2005".
      9. "Premier Division - 2006".
      10. "Premier Division - 2007".
      11. "Premier Division - 2008".
      12. "Premier Division - 2009".
      13. "Premier Division - 2010".
      14. "Premier Division - 2011".
      15. "Premier Division - 2012".
      16. "Premier Division - 2013".
      17. "Premier Division - 2014".
      18. "Premier Division - 2015".
      19. "Premier Division - 2016".
      20. "Premier Division - 2017".
      21. "Premier Division - 2018".
      22. "Premier Division - 2019".
      23. "Premier Division - 2020".
      24. "Premier Division - 2021".
      25. "Premier Division - 2022".