CHESHIRE COUNTY CRICKET CLUB  

 

 CHESHIRE COUNTY CRICKET CLUB  

Development XI 2022 fixtures - 'all format North of England Cup'

Development XI 2022 fixtures - 'all format North of England Cup'

11 Mar 2022

Stewart Macleod once again takes charge of the Cheshire Developemnt ('Academy') side in 2022 and has an exciting fixture list in place.

It's all change too, with more games than ever across a T20, 50 over and two day tournament. A little along the lines of Women's Ashes, teams will collect points across all formats, competing for the North of England Cup.

A new inclusion for 2022 also sees a side from North Wales - 'Cricket Wales National County North' - compete alongside familar teams. As well as Cheshire they'll be Cumbria, Northumberland, Shropshire and Staffordshire.

T20 games

- Follow NCCA rules

- Pink or white ball

- 2 points for win

- 1 point for tie

50/50 Games

- Follow NCCA rules

- Any colour ball - home team to decide

- 3 points for win

- 2 points for tie

Two day games

- First day 10.45am - 7pm, 40 mins lunch, 15 mins in afternoon to be decided by officials

Fixtures

50 overs

Northumberland v Cumbra Tynemouth 4 May

Staffordshire v Cheshire 17 May Moddershall

Cumbria v Cricket Wales National County North 17 May Netherfiield

Northumberland v Cheshire 17 August South Northumberland

Cheshire v Cumbria 9 June Bowdon

North Wales v Staffordshire 25 May St Asaph

Cumbria v Staffordshire 2 June Barrow

North Wales v Northumberland 2 August Bangor

Staffordshire Northumberland 4 August Burslem

Cricket Wales National County North v Cheshire 26 July Colwyn Bay

2 day games

Cumbria v Northumberland 18/19 July 

Cheshire v Staffordshire 21/22 June Weston

Shropshire v North Wales 28/29 August Ellesmere College

T20

Northumberland: Cumbria/Cheshire 26 May Benwell Hill

Staffordshire: Cricket Wales National County North 8 June Milford Hall

Cheshire: Cumbria/Staffordshire Warrington 28 June

Cricket Wales National County North: Northumberland 3 August Menai Bridge

Our thanks to Brian Gresty at Whitchurch Sports for his generous sponsorship of this tournament.