ECB National Knockout Cup
There is an ECB National Club Championship that in its initial stages is administered by WEPL. The competition then feeds in to a national knockout stage that culminates in a final played at a First Class Cricket ground. Any club that currently plays in WEPL is eligible to enter the ECB National Club Championship and should email Chris Pannell
The National Village Knockout Cup
The National Village Cup has been running since 1972 and was originally set up to showcase the strength of village cricket across the country. In 2011, 286 villages entered the competition that culminates annually with a final at the home of Cricket, Lords.
The competition is run in association with 'The Cricketer' magazine and is open to any village cricket club. For details on how to enter this prestigious competiton contact 'The Cricketer'.
Jack Wilcox Knockout Competition
The Jack Wilcox knockout cup is a Wiltshire based competition that is run on an annual basis and comprises of the top four Wiltshire clubs in terms of league postition from the previous season. It is held on one day and is a 20/20 competition.
The Wiltshire Wallop is a new 20 over competition that was introduced in 2013. It is Wiltshire's only competition that incorporates clubs from across the whole county and acts as a showcase tournament for all Wiltshire affiliated clubs.
The format of the competition is group fixtures during June, July and August followed by semi finals and finals. The groups are set up on a localised basis so that travel is minimised and clubs will have the freedom to arrange the fixtures for the days of the week that best suit.
The deadline for entering the Wiltshire Wallop on an annual basis is 1st March each year and to register your clubs please contact Ben White , the competition organiser.