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Cricket: Competitions and Trophies

World Cup

Year Host Nation(s) Winners Runners–Up
1975 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
1979 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
1983 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
1987 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
1992 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
1996 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
1999 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
2003 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
2007 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
2011 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
2015 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
2019 Click to show or hide the answer
2023 Click to show or hide the answer

ICC T20 World Cup

Year Host Nation(s) Winners Runners–Up
2007 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
2009 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
2010 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
2012 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
2014 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
2016 Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer Click to show or hide the answer
2020 Click to show or hide the answer
2021 Click to show or hide the answer

International (Other)

The Ashes are really of (not English cricket, but … ) Click to show or hide the answer
Tests between England and the South Africa: played (since 2004–5) for the Click to show or hide the answer
Tests between England and the West Indies: played for the Click to show or hide the answer
Tests between West Indies and Australia: played for the Click to show or hide the answer

English

Sponsors of the County Championship:

1977–83 Click to show or hide the answer
1984–98 Click to show or hide the answer
1999–2000 Click to show or hide the answer
2001 Click to show or hide the answer
2002–5 Click to show or hide the answer
2006–15 Click to show or hide the answer
2016– Click to show or hide the answer

The first inter–county one–day trophy (40 overs):

1963–80
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1981–2000 Click to show or hide the answer
2001–2006 Click to show or hide the answer
2007–9 Click to show or hide the answer

Sunday League:

1969–86
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1987–91 Click to show or hide the answer
1992 Click to show or hide the answer
1993–8 Click to show or hide the answer
1999–2005 Click to show or hide the answer
2006–9 Click to show or hide the answer

Other

1972–2002: 55 overs, later 50, League format leading to knockout Click to show or hide the answer
40–over competition, 2010–13: 3 leagues of 7 teams, leading to a 4–team knockout – replaced the Pro40 (formerly the Sunday League) and the Friends Provident (formerly the Gillette / Natwest/ C&G) Click to show or hide the answer
Sponsored by Clydesdale Bank 2010–12, Yorkshire Bank (a subsidiary of the Clydesdale) in 2013
Replaced the ECB40 in 2014: 50 overs, League format (North and South, 9 teams in each) then a knockout Click to show or hide the answer
Knockout has been six teams since 2017, with the top team in each league going straight through to the semi–finals and the second and third playing each other in the quarter–finals

A Twenty20 tournament was introduced in 2003. It was sponsored by Friends Provident in 2010, Friends Life from 2011 to 2013, NatWest from 2014 to 2017, and Vitality from 2018 (for four years initially). Originally known as the Twenty20 Cup, it became known as the t20 Blast under the sponsorship of NatWest.

Domestic – Other Countries

South Africa

Inter–provincial trophy (1889–1990) Click to show or hide the answer
1990–7 Click to show or hide the answer
1997 onwards (after a sports TV channel) Click to show or hide the answer

Australia

Inter–state trophy Click to show or hide the answer
From 1999 to 2008, the Sheffield Shield was known (following the introduction of sponsorship) as the Click to show or hide the answer
From 2008–9 to 2010–11, the Sheffield Shield was sponsored by (breakfast cereal) Click to show or hide the answer
In the 2011–12 season, the Sheffield Shield was sponsored by Click to show or hide the answer

West Indies

Regional four day competition: 1965–87 Click to show or hide the answer
1987–98 Click to show or hide the answer
Later sponsors Click to show or hide the answer
Most successful team (19 wins to 2011) Click to show or hide the answer
Next most successful (11 wins to 2011) Click to show or hide the answer

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