The Durham County Cricket League was a league operating in County Durham in the North East of England. The league was originally formed in 1937 but only lasted two seasons before it disbanded. The league reformed in 1948 with the first champions being Peases West Welfare CC, who were based in Crook. 17 different clubs won the league over its 64 seasons. Crook Town CC were the most successful club with 12 league titles to their credit followed by Esh Winning CC with 7 wins, Kimblesworth CC with 6 and Dean and Chapter CW CC, Ushaw Moor CC and Evenwood CC with 5 titles each.
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