Cornish Clubs have traditionally competed in National Competitions. Camborne (1982), Truro (1990) and St Just (2006 & 2007) have all reached National Club Championship semi-finals.
Troon won the inaugural National Village Cup Final at Lord’s in 1972 click, and went on to win two more finals 1973 and 1976 They also lost one in 1983. Werrington have also been losing finalists in 1994.
The ten ECB Cornwall Premier League clubs commence their season with a 50/50 competition played in two round robin groups of five teams. This leads to a final, on a neutral ground, at the end of June.
Cornwall Cricket League Clubs compete in three T20 competitions. The Vinter Cup was established in the west of the County in 1934 and the Hawkey Cup for eastern clubs followed in 1958. In recent years the Rosevear Cup has become well established for clubs in Division 3 East and below with a semi-finals and finals day.
The Andrew Cup is a long established T20 evening competition for Division 3 and below clubs in the west of the County. The Runciman Cup is the Knock Out Cup of the West Penwith Evening League established in 1934 and the Isaac Foot Cup has been competed for by teams in the Callington area, in the east of the county, since 1928.