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Updated Inter-County Statistics

[<<] [>>] by Chris Williams
29th May 2008 (AC - Championships)

The 2008 Championship was the twelfth played since the two division system was introduced in 1997. Three Counties have played in the top division in all twelve years - Surrey, Avon/Somerset and Cheshire, whilst Warwickshireshire and Kent have played in the second for all twelve years.

The most successful county over the twelve years, based on average finishing position is Surrey, with an average of 3.0, followed by Avon/Somerset (4.1), Cheshire (4.4) and Essex (5.1).

26 Counties and 2 CA Select teams have played in the 12 events.

  Apps Total Average Pos
Surrey 12 35.5 3.0
Avon/Somerset 12 49.5 4.1
Cheshire 12 52.5 4.4
Essex 12 61 5.1
Gloucestershire 12 76.5 6.4
Nottinghamshire 12 85 7.1
Dorset 12 85.5 7.1
Lancashire 12 101 8.4
Middlesex 12 119 9.9
Northumberland 9 101 11.2
Sussex 12 138.5 11.5
Suffolk 12 144.5 12.0
Yorkshire 12 152 12.7
CA Europe 1 13 13
Glamorganshire 12 156 13
Northamptonshire 6 85 14.2
Bedfordshire 12 174 14.5
Channel Islands 8 118 14.8
Hertfordshire 12 188 15.7
Berkshire 9 155 17.2
Warwickshire 12 209 17.4
Hampshire 4 71 17.8
Devon 9 165.5 18.4
Wiltshire 2 37 18.5
Kent 12 224 18.7
CA 6 114 19
Dublin 3 61 20.3
Norfolk 3 64 21.3

Match Wins

Based on the number of matches won in the first division, then Avon/Somerset lead with 80 wins. Warwickshire have the most wins in the second division.

Division 1

  Apps Wins Average
Avon/Somerset 12 80 6.7
Surrey 12 79 6.6
Cheshire 12 76 6.3
Essex 11 66 6
Gloucestershire 11 59 5.4
Nottinghamshire 9 56 6.2
Dorset 10 50 5
Lancashire 9 40 4.4
Middlesex 8 36 4.5
Northumberland 4 22 5.5
Yorkshire 6 17 2.8
Glamorganshire 6 17 2.8
Sussex 6 15 2.5
Suffolk 5 13 2.6
Hertfordshire 3 12 4
Channel Islands 2 8 4
Northamptonshire 2 6 3
Bedfordshire 3 6 2
Berkshire 1 2 2

Division 2

  Apps Wins Average
Warwickshire 12 61 5.1
Bedfordshire 9 52 5.8
Suffolk 7 50 7.1
Kent 12 46 3.8
Sussex 6 43 7.2
Hertfordshire 9 35 3.9
Devon 9 34 3.8
Yorkshire 6 33 5.5
Berkshire 8 32 4
Glamorganshire 6 32 5.3
Northumberland 5 31 6.2
Channel Islands 6 29 4.8
Middlesex 4 23 5.8
CA 6 22 3.7
Lancashire 3 22 7.3
Northamptonshire 4 21 5.3
Nottinghamshire 3 20 6.7
Hampshire 4 17 4.3
Dorset 2 16 8
Dublin 3 9 3
CA Europe 1 8 8
Wiltshire 2 8 4
Essex 1 7 7
Gloucestershire 1 5 5
Norfolk 3 4 1.3

Game Wins

The most games won in a season in the first division is 24 (out of 30) by Avon in 1998, Essex in 2000 and Cheshire in 2004. The most game wins in division 2 is the 26 achieved by Dorset in 2005.

Yorkshire set the record for the fewest game wins in a first division season (5)

Division 1

Surrey 12 235 19.6
Avon/Somerset 12 217 18.1
Cheshire 12 213 17.8
Essex 11 186 16.9
Gloucestershire 11 180 16.4
Dorset 10 153 15.3
Nottinghamshire 9 149 16.6
Lancashire 9 122 13.6
Middlesex 8 110 13.8
Yorkshire 6 64 10.7
Northumberland 4 62 15.5
Glamorganshire 6 62 10.3
Sussex 6 59 9.8
Suffolk 5 52 10.4
Hertfordshire 3 36 12
Channel Islands 2 26 13
Bedfordshire 3 25 8.3
Northamptonshire 2 19 9.5
Berkshire 1 10 10

Division 2

Warwickshire 12 181 15.1
Bedfordshire 9 158 17.6
Kent 12 155 12.9
Suffolk 7 142 20.3
Devon 9 113 12.6
Hertfordshire 9 110 12.2
Sussex 6 109 18.2
Berkshire 8 103 12.9
Glamorganshire 6 96 16
Yorkshire 6 93 15.5
Channel Islands 6 92 15.3
Northumberland 5 80 16
Middlesex 4 75 18.8
CA 6 64 10.7
Northamptonshire 4 60 15
Nottinghamshire 3 58 19.3
Lancashire 3 58 19.3
Hampshire 4 53 13.3
Dorset 2 48 24
Dublin 3 31 10.3
Wiltshire 2 26 13
CA Europe 1 21 21
Essex 1 19 19
Norfolk 3 19 6.3
Gloucestershire 1 16 16



 

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