The League Cricket Conference is a talking shop for the exchange of ideas and dissemination of information on all matters relating to the running of Leagues and Clubs in recreational cricket. It is fully supported by the ECB.
The Cricketer Cup is competed for between the old-boy sides of the UK's thirty-two leading public schools. It was established in 1967 by The Cricketer Magazine to celebrate the spirit of the game whilst upholding the high standards in which it is played at these schools.
The Club Cricket Conference is an association of 1,000 clubs and leagues based in the South of England. Established in 1915 it has been through a thorough process of change to meet the needs of club cricket now and in the future offering an increasing range of services in support of its Members.