Dewsbury League agrees to maintain its associate membership with QEAPCL

After just over three weeks of discussion with league committee and member clubs, the clubs agreed to support its management to maintain its associate status with the Quaid e Azam Premier Cricket League.

For the Dewsbury and District Sunday Cricket league and its member clubs this outcome recognises the rich history of the league and a great testament to the management and the club in reaching this decision. The Quaid e Azam Premier Cricket League will continue to support the management with the administration of the league and for the league to maintain its independence.

The DDSCL maintained eight of its ten member clubs from previous season and by working with the QEAPCL we hope to encourage communities to form new teams from Dewsbury, Huddersfield and Halifax area of West Yorkshire.

We will be working shortly with the management to assist with club registration and finances for season 2021.

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