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NORTH YORKSHIRE & SOUTH DURHAM ECB PREMIER LEAGUE
Welcome to the official website of the Darlington Building Society North Yorkshire & South Durham Premier Cricket League - an ECB accredited Premier league and 11 times LCC national inter-league championship winners.

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The NYSD Cricket League has been the primary club cricket competition in the Tees Valley region for more than a century. Founded in 1892 it is understood to be the second oldest senior league in the world.

As at November 2013 the League had 30 full member clubs, ranging from Whitby in the south of the region, to Barnard Castle in the west, and Blackhall in the north.

Uniquely three grounds have hosted County Championship cricket for Durham and Yorkshire - Darlington, Hartlepool and Middlesbrough - while many others have hosted county second eleven cricket. During its long history more than 300 international and first-class cricketers have played in the league.

From Herbert Sutcliffe to Frank Tyson, to Desmond Haynes to Mushtaq Ahmed - these are just a few of the great players who have graced a league that also has a clear history of producing home grown talent for the international stage such as Chris Old, Bill Athey, Paul Jarvis and Liam Plunkett.

The NYSD was at the forefront when Durham began their first-class adventure, with 60% of their home county championship matches being played on NYSD grounds in 1992, and 55% in 1993, while 8 of the 22 players used by Durham in that first historic season played in the NYSD, seven of them being home produced.

In national terms the League has always been regarded as one of the strongest in the country, and holds the record for LCC national inter-league championships with their 11 titles being more than any other league in the UK.

In 2011 the NYSD was formally recognised when it became the 26th ECB Premier League in the country, and the first to be granted accreditation on a stand alone basis since the original formation of the ECB Premier League structure at the turn of the century. At the time, and after a three year long audit, the ECB commented that the NYSD comfortably met, and in most cases significantly exceeded, the laid down criteria.

***With the season almost over it's time for clubs to check their play-cricket player stats to ensure they are correct - the annual awards and averages will be taken directly from the website so it is important that all are checked as being correct***





    NYSD HONOURS BOARD 2014

PREMIER DIVISION

Champions - Darlington
Kerridge Cup - Barnard Castle
Macmillan Cup - Great Ayton
Premier Fifteens - Barnard Castle

DIVISION ONE

Champions -
Second Team Salver - Richmondshire
Haith Cup - Normanby Hall
Brunton Cup - Blackhall
Division One Fifteens - Richmondshire

DIVISION TWO

Champions -
Readman Cup- Stokesley
Robinson Cup - Middlesbrough
Hornby Cup - Normanby Hall
Division 2/3 Fifteens - Wolviston

DIVISION THREE

Champions -
Ken Welsh Cup - Norton

SUNDAY DIVISION ONE

Champions - Barnard Castle
Ray Bell Cup - Darlington
Arthur Sanders Cup - Richmondshire

SUNDAY DIVISION TWO

Champions -

JUNIOR LEAGUES

Under 19 -
Champions - Stokesley

Under 17 -
North champions - Sedgefield
South champions - Whitby
Pallister Cup - Whitby
Junior Cup - Stockton
Junior Plate - Saltburn
Junior Fifteens - Middlesbrough



SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15TH

League Presentation Evening at Marton Country Club
Guest Speaker - Jonathan Agnew





NYSD INTER-LEAGUE NEWS 2014

NORTH EAST UNDER 21 CHAMPIONSHIPS 2014

The NYSD retained their crown as under 21 champions of the North East after defeating the West Tyne Senior League in the final held at Whitburn on Sunday the 7th September.

Final scores:

West Tyne Senior League 234-8 in 40 overs

(D Parker 60, H Bothma 46)

NYSD PCL 238-8 in 38 overs

(Paul Braithwaite 38, James Quinn 31, Tom Preece 32, Lewis Harper 47, Jack Robinson 28 not out, M Armstrong 3-67)

For the record - the NYSD team has now competed in eight consecutive u21 finals, either in Yorkshire or the North East - a national record.



   



NATIONAL CRICKET PLAYING SURVEY 2014 

CLUB RESULTS COMING SOON 

   HEADLINE RESULTS

37,500 surveys completed

NYSD 246

Top in Durham, second in Yorkshire

Top five nationally