The 2019 Royal London One-Day Cup tournament was a limited overs cricket competition that formed part of the 2019 domestic cricket season in England and Wales. The tournament was won by Somerset, their first win in the tournament since 2001. Matches were contested over 50 overs per side and had List A cricket status.
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Series result: Somerset won the 2019 Royal London One-Day Cup : Hours of play (local time) 11.00 start, First Session 11.00-14.30, Interval 14.30-15.15, Second Session 15.15-18.45
Royal London One-Day Cup 2019 from 17 April 2019, with the final taking place just over a month later at Lord's on 25 May 2019 Latest News Somerset beat Hampshire by 6 wickets in Royal London One...
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England Domestic One-Day Cup 2019. 77 ODIs . Apr 17 - May 25. Warwickshire won by 5 wkts (D/L method) Reduced 45 overs due to rain.
25th May 2019. Lord's Cricket Ground, London.In association with Official Partners Rotec Hydraulics, we are celebrating the 1 year anniversary of Somerset's ...
Royal London One-Day Cup 2019. Toss. Kent , elected to field first. Player Of The Match. Sam Northeast. Season. 2019. Hours of play (local time) 14.00 start, First Session 14.00-17.30, Interval 17 ...
Royal London Cup. The Royal London Cup returns in 2021, having not taken place in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The 18 First Class Counties are split into two groups of nine, with the top teams in each group qualifying for the semi-finals and the second and third-placed teams playing off for the remaining semi-final places.
The Royal London One-Day Cup begins on July 22, featuring some of the leading cricketers from around the globe. A total of 18 teams will be participating in the tournament, divided into two groups of 9. Somerset are the defending champions of the tournament having beaten Hampshire back in 2019.
The draw for the Royal London Club Championship 2021 has been released and is available on this website. The ECB National Club Championship competition has been running since 1969 and is currently sponsored by Royal London. For the 2021 competition, all ECB Premier Leagues put forward their best clubs to compete in the draw of 128 clubs.