County Championship

The County Championship (currently known as the LV= County Championship because of its sponsorship) is the domestic first-class cricket competition in England and Wales. The competition consists of eighteen clubs named after, and originally representing, historic counties, seventeen from England and one from Wales.

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Anya Shrubsole - Career - Early Years
... women, appearing in both the Under-15 and Under-17 Women's County Championships, she made her first team d├ębut for the county at the age of 12 ... Facing Berkshire in the Women's County Championship, Shrubsole claimed two wickets in her six overs after opening the bowling alongside Steph Davies, helping Somerset to a four wicket victory ... fixtures in the 2004 competition, Shrubsole finished with the county's second best bowling average, with her five wickets in the competition coming at an average of 11.20 ...
Causeway GAA - Club History
... Causeway first entered the County Senior Hurling championship in 1892 ... Causeway's first County Championship success came in 1932 ... had the honour of captaining two different teams to Championship success Causeway in 1932, and St Brendans in 1936 ...
County Championship (rugby Union)
... The County Championship is an annual rugby union competition in England between teams representing English counties ... After restructuring in 2007 the top tier of the Championship has been known as the Bill Beaumont Cup, after the trophy awarded to the competition winners was named in honour of Bill Beaumont, a former ... Teams also compete for the County Championship Shield and County Championship Plate ...
List Of Kent County Cricket Club Seasons - Notes
... ^ In County Championship matches only ... ^ The County Championship was split into two divisions in 2000 ... ^ The 1977 County Championship title was shared between Kent and Middlesex ...

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