The League Blueprint currently applies to open age weekend league cricket across England and Wales. The recommendations in this League Blueprint are based on feedback from players, particularly from the National Cricket Playing Survey (NCPS) and ECB Player Panels.
The League Blueprint is a series of recommendations that leagues are encouraged to embrace to improve player satisfaction and help keep more players on the pitch and enjoy the game. The impact of each change will vary depending on your own league’s circumstances and we’d suggest taking the opportunity to talk to as many players as possible.
To view the Get the Game On League Blueprint please click here
The league was newly formed in 2014 when sides representing 106 clubs came together across 19 divisions as former Everards, Senior & Leicestershire leagues teams came together in the new pyramid.
With the introduction of this new structure a new league executive committee was formed to oversee the league during this transition year and they continue to work tirelessly in the background to ensure the league is as strong as possible. Taking on board feedback from clubs and players through the NCPS, changes to formats, start and finish times have been introduced to improve player experience and reduce the number of people dropping out of the game.
Please click here for more details about the league.
A Sunday senior competition catering for clubs from Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire. The league caters for players of all abilities and has recently following it’s AGM adapted to meet the needs to clubs and players.
A premier league with 3 geographically based divisions thus reducing the travel time for those looking purely for a developmental or social form of cricket on a Sunday.
Please click here for details about the Grantham and Melton league.
The Rutland and District Cricket League has been running for more than 30 years.
Approximately 60 clubs across 6 divisions based in Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire belong.
League matches are all held on Sundays and are 90 over matches.
There is a 50 over aside cup competition, two evening 20 over competitions and a t20 competition.
Please click here for more details about the Rutland and District Cricket League
There are a number of mid-week evening leagues offering the opportunity to play more frequently, develop new players or provide an offer for those unable to commit to regular Saturday cricket. Details of the leagues operating across Leicestershire can be found in the document below;
File Download: L&R Leagues
Or for those looking for an exciting T20 format played in coloured clothing why not check out Last Man Stands