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CCL Divisions 2015
The League are most grateful to Stithians 2, St Gluvias 3 & Wadebridge 3 for all agreeing to unexpected promotions - following specific requests from Gerrans, St Newlyn East and St Stephen, who all have only one team now, to play at a lower level.
Division Seven was therefore left with a combined total of only 12 teams – East: St Blazey 3, Newquay 4, Roche 3, Launceston 3, Pencarrow 2 and West: Falmouth 4, St Newlyn East, Redruth 4, Camborne 4, Hayle 3, Helston 3, Penzance 3. Unsuitable numbers to provide an acceptable fixture schedule.
As intimated at the Tier meetings Division 6 and 7 have therefore been amalgamated and regionalised. The 36 teams have been divided geographically into three 12 team divisions (East, Central and West) giving the rare outcome of a full set of games for every team in the League.
There is a caveat however in that the LMC reserves the right to still possibly have to move Division 6 border teams from one section to another.
With the unique scenario of a maximum number of teams in every division the already complex fixturing schedule will be extremely challenging this year to say the least. Only two of the twelve teams in Division 6 Central, and three in Division 6 West, do not have ground sharers so there is very little room for maneuver. Every team has to interlink into the overall league jig-saw to avoid clashes of home fixtures for ground sharers. Usually there are spare index numbers in the lowest divisions to help make it all fit – but, worryingly, not this year!
Promotion and Relegation
Rules will be revised following formation of Division 6 Central : –
There will be 3 down from Division 5 and 2 up from each of the three sections of Division 6.
Sections to be annually geographically realigned to account for the six relegated teams from Division 5 East & West.
Eastern Results Secretary Nick Banks will deal with the Division 6 Central results – Western section participants please note.
County 6 Final – The three sectional winners to be ranked 1-2-3 based on average points per game. The First placed team will play the winner of a second v third placed play-off. The Play–off (second placed team at home) to be played on Finals Day (12 Sept) with a reserve next day. The Division 6 County final on the following Saturday (19 Sept) reserve following day.
Hayle 3 playing at Leedstown CC
Helston 3 playing at Helston School
Penzance 3 playing at St Buryan CC
Pencarrow 2 playing at Pencarrow CC
Rule 21.1.1 will now read for Clubs in ‘Division 6 East, Central and West’ allowing matches in these divisions to be moved to Sundays by mutual consent - but this must be done and notified to the League by MARCH 1st.
The fixtures are due to be released on January 10th - assuming all goes well in the fixturing process.
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Truro return to the top of the Premier, 12 points ahead of St Just.
Truro through to 50/50 Final but all up for grabs in the West Group.
Jolly’s Drinks Premier 50/50 Cup games wins for Penzance, St Austell, St Just, and Truro.
Jolly's Drinks Cornwall Cricket League Season Preview
Player Shortage at Treslothan Road
Clubs are invited to sign up for sponsorship deals
Exciting times ahead as Penzance Cricket Club releases details of the creation of a new cricket academy.
Natwest Cricket Force - Registration Now Open for 2016
Following Menheniot Looe’s reinstatement to County Division 1 earlier this week all the East Divisions for 2015 have now been confirmed. In alI the fixtures for 107 of the 153 teams have changed.
The October Cornwall Cricket League Newsletter includes an update on the proposed divisions make up for 2015.
Results of the six East v West County Finals
All the key results on the final Saturday of the Jolly's Drinks Cornwall Cricket League
Devon beat Cornwall by 9 runs at Callington on Sunday . Scoreboard -
Gorran hit a record league score of 531 for 6 in their County 1 game with Stithians.
Late changes have been announced to the 2014 Jolly's Drinks Cornwall Cricket League schedules, following Paul's Premier League withdrawal yesterday.
Cornwall Cricket League Media Statement – Paul Cricket Club.
The Jolly's Drinks Cornwall Cricket League have published their January newsletter
Jolly’s Drinks Cornwall Cricket League Management Committee Statement on Coloured Clothing
Results of the six finals.
Werrington retain their Jolly’s Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League title by drawing in the top of the table clash at Falmouth.
Arrul Suppiah benefit match at Callington C C on Wed 24th July.
Constantine seconds have withdrawn from Division 7 West with immediate effect.