The Kent Women’s Club Leagues for the 2021 Season have now come to a close and the tables have been finalised. For a reminder of the league structure, please see below:
- Women’s Cricket Southern League: Premier Division – 50 Overs (Regional Hardball League for Southern Counties)
- Women’s Cricket Southern League: Championship – 45 Overs (Regional Hardball League for Southern Counties)
- Kent Women’s Development League (20-40 flexible over Hardball League for Kent Clubs)
- Kent Women’s Softball Cricket Festivals (12-16 over Softball Pairs format for Kent Clubs)
The Women’s Cricket Southern League finished for 2021 with Kent’s St Lawrence & Highland Court CC sitting third and Canterbury CC relegated to the WCSL Championship for next season.
The Premier T20 Competition saw Canterbury CC finish a little higher in the table, sitting just below St Lawrence & Highland Court CC.
In the WCSL Championship, Hayes had a successful season sitting near the top of the division. Bells Yew Green were relegated by the closest of margins, 0.01 points off survival, so they will participate in a County league next year.
Finally, in the Kent Women’s Development League, Tunbridge Wells were the standout team topping the table, with six out of eight wins.
For further, more detailed information on the Women’s Cricket Southern League, please click here, for the Kent Women’s Development League, please click here and for the Women’s & Girls’ Club section of our website, please click here.