Last updated 24 March 2012
Nottinghamshire are under-160 champions ... just
24 Mar. GMC and Notts draw and Notts are the Midlands Champions according to competition rules on tie-break: "If two teams [...] tie, the winner of the tie shall be the winner of the match played between the two teams involved. In the event of that match having been a tie, the result shall be resolved in favour of the team with the best percentage of aggregate score against the other teams in the same zone ignoring all the scores of a county which has defaulted over half its matches." Warwick the king-maker? Notts and Greater Manchester go forward to the national stages.
26 Feb. GMC gain decisive win over Staffs to join Notts at the top to make 24 March the showdown date.
25 Feb. Warks default their match against Notts, the latter now heading the table. Could they be joined by GMC on Sunday?
7 Jan. Greater Manchester open their account with a win against Warks to join Warks and Notts at the head of the table. The crunch date is 25 Feb!
26 Nov. Warks beat Staffs to join Notts near the top.
28 Oct. Leics announce they are withdrawing.
23 Oct. A clean home win for Notts over Staffs. Leics conceded their fixture against Warks.
6 Sep. Greater Manchester, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, and Warwickshire have entered the fray.