How the TCCL works

The National Table Cricket Community League is split up into counties, with each county having its own league. Leagues run from April to November with the end of the season being marked by the National Table Cricket Community League Finals Day in December. Teams play each other twice (home & away, or both matches at one venue) with a league registration fee of £40 per team. A local co-ordinator is needed to arrange fixture dates, transport, venues, team and umpires etc.

CP Sport will provide to each league:

All teams will receive an electronic league handbook and information on the league and support in initiating the Table Cricket Skills Awards within the clubs and teams; a place for the County winners at the National Finals Day.

Also included:

  • Officer support and advice throughout the year
  • Central administration of the league
  • 1 Officer visit
  • Introduction resource to T20.

Teams will be notified of their county opponents following the closing date for entries. Each county league must consist of a minimum of four teams in order for that league competition to take place. The winners of each county league will qualify for the National Finals Day. Each team must appoint a Team Manager, responsible for confirmation and arranging of fixtures e.g. dates, times, venues, notification of results & any additional liaison with the League Office.