Round 3 review

Round 3 review

We take a look around the regions as round 3 has been completed. Read all about it Read v Tarleton – Cumbria & North Lancs As the competition progresses one sees fewer scores exceeding 300 as sides’ abilities tend to level out. High scores are not always a...
Round 2 review

Round 2 review

Round 2 saw lots of low-scoring affairs as many teams struggled under the pressure of their regional quarter-finals. Some clubs, though, performed valiantly in booking their places in the regional semi-finals with several classy hundreds and a run-out fest, in...
Round 1 review

Round 1 review

With the weather affecting the majority of first-round fixtures, May 6 saw the Village Cup start for most sides. The opening round pitted some heavyweights against each other, and the number of hundreds scored across a sun-kissed bank holiday weekend was nothing short...
Semi-finals preview

Semi-finals preview

Nearly 300 teams started out on the road to Lord’s back at the end of April. Now the four teams remaining are so close they have passed St John’s Wood station and are pulled up outside Warm Seas House with Old Father Time in view. Reigning champions Sessay have been...
Quarter-finals review

Quarter-finals review

The dream ticket to a Lord’s final is now one step closer for two teams, as the National Village Cup has its four semi-finalists. The quarter-finals saw four action-packed affairs. Here is a round up of the action that took place on the 23rd July. Aston Rowant v...