East Pennines League

This is an Association Croquet League that took place for the first time in 2001, comprising two clubs each from Croquet North (Middlesbrough and Tyneside) and North Yorkshire and Humberside (York and a combined Beverley / East Riding team). The league was set up to replace the Confederation League, which included teams from the North West Federation. Pendle joined the league in 2003 and Belsay Hall in 2007.

This new league comprises matches that contain a degree of level advanced play. Matches between teams of four players consist of one Advanced Doubles and two Handicap Singles, followed by two Advanced Singles and two Handicap Singles. The lowest handicaps play the Advanced Singles, and usually the Advanced Doubles.

The higher placed club from Croquet North represents the Federation in the following year's Secretary's Shield.

Our Results section contains league tables and available East Pennines League results since 2001.