This level of competition was first played in December 2001. It was conducted as a pilot program with Victoria hosting NSW. Four matches were played consisting of a 25 overs per innings. Both teams finished with 2 wins apiece with Victoria being declared the winner on run rate. The tournament now consists of a mix of Twenty20 & 40 over matches and seven teams with WA entering a team for the first time in 2010/11.
2012/13 - U15 Championships: tba
The table below provides details of where the championship was held, the competing teams and the winning state. "Clicking" on the winner will take you to more details for that particular championship. Please note that the ladders provided are for round matches only.
Year Location Competing Teams Winners 2011/2 Sydney, NSW ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, Tas, Vic, WA ??? 2010/1 Sydney, NSW ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, Tas, Vic, WA QLD 2009/10 Melbourne, VIC ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, Tas, Vic VIC 2008/9 Brisbane, QLD ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, Vic NSW 2007/8 Adelaide, SA ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, Vic NSW 2006/7 Newcastle, NSW ACT, NSW, QLD, SA, Vic NSW & QLD 2005/6 Geelong, Vic ACT, NSW, SA, Vic NSW 2004/5 Adelaide ACT, NSW, SA, Vic NSW 2003/4 Caulfield, Vic NSW, SA, Vic, Vic/NSW Inv NSW 2002/3 University of NSW NSW, NSW II, SA, Vic NSW 2001/2 Monash University, Vic NSW, Vic Vic
2002/03 (1 day games + finals) Back to top W L Pts FP NSW 3 0 18 1st Vic 2 1 12 2nd NSW Inv 1 2 6 3rd SA 0 3 0 4th FP = used when finals played to determine final position Match Results Rd 1: NSW 6/115 def Vic 8/91 NSW Inv 2/117 def SA 5/95 Rd 2: NSW 1/86 def NSW Inv 3/84 Vic 4/131 def SA 8/106 Rd 3: NSW 1/207 def SA 44 Vic 8/116 def NSW Inv 8/92 Finals: 1 v 2: NSW 8/139 def Vic 7/86 3 v 4: NSW Inv 2/65 def SA 60 2001/02 (1 day games) Back to top W L Pts NRR Vic 2 2 12 5.17 NSW 2 2 12 5.40 Match Results Rd 1 NSW 6/132 def Vic 3/123 Rd 2 Vic 1/152 def NSW 6/149 Rd 3 Vic 3/145 def NSW 114 Rd 4 NSW 7/129 def Vic 9/82
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