East Anglian Premier Cricket League

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15 Jan 2018 : Burwell CC merge with Exning CC

The EAPL has received notification that the Members of Burwell CC & Exning CC have agreed to merge the two Clubs.

The EAPL is delighted to support the venture and having inspected and approved Exning Park . The new club will play 6 games at Burwell and five at Exning as allocated by the EAPL.

Burwell Ground Allocation
Date Home Away Ground
14-04-18 Burwell v Copdock & Old Ipswichian Mingay PK
05-05-18 Burwell v Sudbury Mingay PK
19-05-18 Burwell v Vauxhall Mallards Exning
02-06-18 Burwell v Mildenhall Mingay PK
16-06-18 Burwell v Norwich Exning
07-07-18 Burwell v Horsford Mingay PK
14-07-18 Burwell v Frinton-On-Sea Exning
28-07-18 Burwell v Great Witchingham Mingay PK
11-08-18 Burwell v Swardeston Mingay PK
25-08-18 Burwell v Cambridge Granta Exning
08-09-18 Burwell v Bury St Edmunds Exning

ANA - 15th January 2018


02 Dec 2017 : EAPCL Constitution/Rule Changes Proposals Outcomes 2017

The annual EAPCL AGM took place on Monday 20th November. Please click on the link to view the outcomes of the proposals for the upcoming 2018 season as voted for by the member clubs.

https://eastanglianpremiercricketleague.secure-club.com/pages/page_33553/EAPCL-AGM-Rule-Changes-2017.aspx?edit=true


01 Dec 2017 : Copdock, Sudbury, Swardeston & Steve Ross all recieve awards at annual AGM.

The EAPCL annual AGM took place on Monday 20th November 2017 at Mildenhall Cricket Club. The usual awards were presented at this meeting. Please see all the winners below.

- EAPCL Champions 2017 - Sudbury CC
- EAPCL Best Ground 2017 - Copdock & Old Ipswichians CC
- EAPCL Fair Play 2017 - Swardeston CC
- EAPCL Best Umpire 2017 - Steve Ross



21 Sep 2017 : Sudbury Crowned EAPL Champions For First Time

Sudbury have been crowned East Anglian Premier League Champions for the first time as their final match of the season was washed out against runners-up Swardeston.

Going into the match, Sudbury had a 21 point lead over Swardeston who had won the league for the previous 5 seasons but no play was possible at Friars Street and both teams recieved 7 points for the fixture.

1. Sudbury - 438 Points
2. Swardeston - 417 Points

Sudbury recieved the EAPL Trophy after the match from League President Andrew Broom.


20 Sep 2017 : EAPL Results - Week Twenty-Two

Bury St Edmunds v Cambridge Granta

Played at The Victory Ground

Cambridge Granta 204 for 7 in 43.5 overs (H. Campbell 63, Jake Lawrence 53)

Match Abandoned 7 points each 

Copdock & Old Ipswichian v Norwich

Played at Old London Road

Norwich 233 all out in 49.4 overs (Ashley Watson 110)

Copdock & Old Ipswichian 234 for 2 in 49.4 overs

Copdock & Old Ipswichian (25 points) beat Norwich l (5 points) by 8 wickets

Frinton on Sea v Vauxhall Mallards

Played at Ashlyns Road

Vauxhall Mallards 320 for 6 in 50 overs (M. Todd 131, B France 61)

Frinton on Sea 90 all out 21.1 overs

Vauxhall Mallards (25 points) beat Frinton on Sea (3 points) by 230 runs

Great Witchingham v Horsford

Played at

Walcis Park

Match Cancelled 7 points each

Mildenhall v Burwell

Played at Wamil Way

Burwell 73.2 for 2 in 19 overs

Match abandoned 7 points each  

Sudbury v Swardeston  

Played at Friars Street

Match cancelled 7 points each


19 Sep 2017 : Sudury & Swardeston set for final day showdown

Sudbury go into their final match of the season with a 21 point lead over opponents Swardeston who they will play on Saturday 16th September at Friars Street.

Current Standings

Sudbury - 438 (16 Wins)
Swardeston - 417 (14 Wins)

Sudbury require just 4 points to be confirmed as 2017 champions as they have recorded more victories throughout the season.

In the event of two or more clubs finishing on equal points, league position will be determined in the following order:

1. Most wins.
2. Fewest defeats.


19 Sep 2017 : No EAPL Relegation 2017 after Ketton CC win Cambs & Hunts feeder league

There will be no relegation from the East Anglian Premier League for the current 2017 season after Ketton CC were confirmed as Cambs & Hunts Tucker Gardener League Champions.

All of the 3 feeder league champions have declined the invite into the league for the 2018 season and therefore neither Horsford CC or Bury St Edmunds CC will be relegated.

Tucker Gardener League Champions = Ketton CC
Cecil Amey Norfolk Alliance Champions = Downham Town CC
Marshall Hatchick Two Counties Championship = Elmstead CC


18 Sep 2017 : Minor Counties Player Survey - September 2017

ECB and the Minor Counties Cricket Association are working together, looking at how and where Minor Counties Cricket supports the Cricket Unleashed strategy.

Part of the work is to understand how players in Minor Counties Cricket and in local Premier Leagues view the current cricket programme.

I am pleased to advise that the MCCA Player Survey is now ‘Live’ and has been sent directly to opted-in players on Play Cricket and to players via each MCCA Secretary – see below.

http://ecb.tell-us-what-you-think.com/s3/Minor-Counties-Player-Consultation-2017

We will provide updates later in the year via the County Board Bulletin, Regional Meetings and the Recreational Assembly once a Project Group chaired by Board Member Martin Darlow has met to consider the results of the survey and other research that has been conducted

Paul Bedford (ECB – National Participation Manager)


11 Sep 2017 : EAPL Results - Week Twenty One

Burwell v Frinton On Sea

Played at Mingay Park

Cancelled 7 points each 

Cambridge Granta v Great Witchingham

Played at Clare College

Cambridge Granta 214 all out in 49.2 overs (L. Hill 81, M. Pepper 71)

Great Witchingham 37 for 2 in 7.2 overs

Cambridge Granta (10 points) no result with Great Witchingham (12 points)

Horsford v Sudbury

Played at Manor Park

Sudbury 240 all out in 50 overs (T. Huggins 115, A. Mansfield 74)

Horsford 181 all out in 47.5 overs (J. Crowe 64, C. Brown 50), D. Melton 5 for 23)

Sudbury (25 points) beat Horsford (7 points) by 59 runs

Norwich v Bury St Edmunds

Played at Postwick

Norwich 191 for 9 in 50 overs (W. O’Donnell 81, D. Cruickshank 5 for 46)

Bury St Edmunds 60 for 2 in 12 overs

Bury St Edmunds (25 points) beat Norwich (3 points) by 11 runs (D/L Method)

Swardeston v Mildenhall

Played at The Common

Swardeston 290 for 4 in 50 overs (J. Gatting 102no), P. Lambert 54no)

Mildenhall 53 for 5 in 14.2 overs

Swardeston (25 points) beat Mildenhall (2 points) D/L Method

Vauxhall Mallards v Copdock & Old Ipswichian

Played at Halvergate

Vauxhall Mallards 199 for 5 in 50 overs (L. Caswell 84no, B. France 72)

Copdock & Old Ipswichian 57 for 2 in 19.3 overs

Vauxhall Mallards (25 points) beat Copdock & Old Ipswichian (2 points) by 6 runs (D/L Method)


02 Sep 2017 : EAPL Results - Week Twenty

Bury St Edmunds v Vauxhall Mallards

Played at The Victory Ground

Vauxhall Mallards 259 for 5   in 50 overs (B France 67, L Caswell 50 J Ewart 67)

Bury St Edmunds 175 all out in 42 over

Vauxhall Mallards (25 points) beat Bury St Edmunds (4 points) by 84 runs 

Cambridge Granta CC y Horsford 

Played at Clare College

Cambridge Granta 200 for 7   in 50 overs (J Atkinson 81, C Pepper 72 not out)

Horsford 186 for 9 in 50 overs

Cambridge Granta (25 points) beat Horsford (5 points) by 14 runs 

Copdock & Old Ipswichian CC v Burwell

Played at Old London Rod

Burwell 240 all out in 50 overs (P Summerskill 88)

Copdock & Old Ipswichian 242 for 6 in 49.4 overs (J Beaumont 103, C Swallow 64)

Copdock & Old Ipswichian (25 points) beat Burwell (7 points) by 4 wickets 

Frinton on Sea v Swardeston

Played at Ashlyns Road

Swardeston 352 for 4   in 50 overs) (J Reynolds 67, J Taylor 103, J Gatting 123)

Frinton on sea 181 all out in 30.1 overs (M Westfield 55)

Swardeston (25 points) beat Frinton on Sea (4 points) by 171 runs 

Great Witchingham v Norwich

Played at Walcis Park

Norwich 260 for 7   in 50 overs) (O Higenbottom 66, W O’ Donnell 84)

Great Witchingham 261 for 1 in 40 overs (J Spellman 87 not out S Arthurton 97)

Great Witchingham (25 points) beat Norwich (5 points) by 9 wickets 

Mildenhall v Sudbury

Played at Wamil Way

Sudbury 305 for 3   in 50 overs (T Huggins 109, D Batch 130 not out)

Mildenhall 153 all out in 44.3 overs

Sudbury (25 points) beat Mildenhall (2 points) by 152 runs