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Four Counties Cricket League 2019

As at 11th January 2019

A reminder that the cost of league balls has been reduced to £12.50 each - teams in a 10 team division will need to purchase a minimum of 18 balls for the 2019 season.  

2018 documents including the constitution/playing rules and club contact information are now available and can be found by clicking on "NEWS" from the homepage and then selecting "DOCUMENT LIBRARY"

As per the ECB Guidelines on young players playing Open Age Group Cricket the U13 parental Consent Form can be found by clicking on the below

2019 Fixtures

League fixtures for the 2019 season will be available in the New Year - further details will appear here in 2019.

2019 Season Dates

First Full week for fixtures - Saturday 4th May

Last Full week for fixtures - Saturday 31st August


Details of accumulated points fines will be emailed to all clubs weekly.

Fines to date can also be viewed on the website by selecting "News" then "News Articles" on the website front page.  Select the PDF file entitled "Points Fines" to see the latest position - this will be updated weekly.


All clubs need to be affiliated with their County Board to take part in the league.  Clubs must use an ECB Play-Cricket website to report results and also register all players who take part in league matches.


Registration of players should be carried out through clubs' own Play-Cricket sites as soon as possible - the deadline is the date of the first match in which a player is involved.

Clubs are advised to prepare for registering their players as soon as possiblePlayer's Full Name, Date of Birth and Player's Full Address, including valid postcode are required for each player. 

The league have produced a step-by-step guide for clubs showing how to register players. To access this select 'News' from the website front page, then 'News Articles' and 'Search'.  Click on FCCL Player Registration Guide which is a PDF file that can be accessed or saved.


Next FCCL Committee Meetings -

Thursday 7th February

Thursday 14th March

Stoke Hammond CC - 8pm