Cups & Comps

Other comps that clubs may be interested in entering. Please do let us know of other cups & comps that might be of interest to other Surrey Championship clubs.

2018 Surrey Slam - formerly the Southwest Surrey Midweek Cup
Deadline for entry usually February.
Details on designated tournament website

ECB U19 T20 Comp
The website is NatWest U19 Club T20 – a vibrant competition that lets young cricketers play with their friends and take ownership in their club. Designed with young players in mind, the competition provides an exciting cricketing experience with fast, lively matches, a great social atmosphere and a chance to make your club look and feel different for one night a week.

Surrey Trust League Trial
In support of the Surrey Cricket Foundation's program of increasing cricket participation, the restructured Surrey Trust League is offering clubs a chance to trial this format of cricket in the 2018 season without signing up to a full league program. Further information about the Trust league, as well as the trial, can be found on the Surrey Foundation website or on the STL Play-Cricket site.

Royal London Club Championship
Details via the ECB Play-Cricket site.

This information has been sent out to clubs that have previously played in the Royal London Club Championship with the entry information for the 2019 season.

Key competition dates for the Club Championship and Club T20 competitions for the 2019 season

Sunday 28 April Club Championship Round 1
Sunday 12 May Club Championship Round 2
Sunday 9 June Club Championship Round 3
Sunday 30 June Club Championship Round 4
Sunday 21 July Club Championship Round 5
Sunday 28 July Club T20 Area Finals
Sunday 11 August Club Championship Quarter Finals
Sunday 18 August Club T20 Quarter Finals
Sunday 1 September Club Championship Semi Finals
Sunday 15 September Club Championship Final (TBC)
Sunday 22 September Club T20 Finals

Royal London Club Championship 2019 - Entry Information

If your club wishes to enter the 2019 competition, the entry form is now online, so please visit the link below and submit your details:

We are once again limited by the busy summer schedule to a competition of just 8 rounds; therefore only 256 clubs can enter. The following criteria will be used in judging suitable entries:

  1. Conceded a Royal London Club Championship match in 2018
  2. The League and Division that the Club plays in on a Saturday
  3. Standard of the Club’s ground and ancillary facilities
  4. Previous history of the Club in the competition

As such this invitation and your completion of the entry form is not a guarantee that your club will be included in the competition for 2019 as the above entry criteria may need to be invoked.

The draw for each Group will be released by the end of January 2019 and seeded based on the record of the club in the previous season both in this competition and your league.

ECB will cover the costs of the umpires for all rounds of the competition (they will claim direct from ECB). Each host club will receive match balls for all home matches throughout the competition. Please indicate on the entry form the address you would prefer to have these balls sent to.

The National Final will be held at a first-class ground to be confirmed once the First Class Fixture List is published in December 2018 by the ECB First Class Cricket Department.

Payment details
The entry fee for the competition is £65. Entry into the competition will not be considered until full payment is received by ECB. To make a payment of £65 by BACS, please use the following details:

Account Name - England & Wales Cricket Board
Account Number - 18027210
Sort Code - 60-18-20
Reference - NCC club name (e.g. NCC Richmondshire)

Payment of £65 by cheque (please write on the reverse of the cheque which club the payment is from), should be made payable to 'England & Wales Cricket Board' and posted to:

Royal London Club Championship
England & Wales Cricket Board
Lord's Cricket Ground

All entry forms and payment must be received by ECB by the end of Friday 14th December 2018. Any entries received after this date may only be considered if the draw is not already full.

If you have any queries about the Royal London Club Championship, please do get in touch at

NatWest Club T20
Details on the ECB Play-Cricket site. The winning club of the Surrey Championship T20 competition progress to the national competition.
See above for 2019 dates.


Where next?

2018 Captain's Match Reports We introduced online reporting in 2013 for all 1st XI games that have a Panel Umpire standing in the
2018 Twenty20 - The Edwards Cup The Surrey Championship Twenty20 Competition for The Edwards Cup The Ladder The Draw for the 2

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