Parks Trophy

The Parks Trophy started in 1891 and is Scotland’s oldest Cricket Cup Competition. The trophy was originally only competed for by clubs who played their matches on Public Parks in Edinburgh, but in recent years has been expanded and now includes clubs who have their own ground in the Edinburgh area.

 

Previous Winners & Runners Up

2018 Winners – Morton CC; 2018 Runners Up: Murrayfield DAFS CC

2017 Winners – Murrayfield DAFS CC; 2017 Runners Up: Musselburgh CC

2016 Winners – Drummond Trinity CC

2015 Winners – Murrayfield DAFS CC

2014 Winners – Holy Cross CC; 2014 Runners Up: Marchmont CC

2013 Winners – Murrayfield DAFS CC

2012 Winners – Murrayfield DAFS CC

2011 Winners – Holy Cross CC

2010 Winners: Standard Life CC; Runners Up: Leith FAB CC

2009 Winners: TBC

2008 Winners: Edinburgh CC; Runners Up: Leith FAB CC

2007 Winners: Standard Life CC; Runners Up: TBC

2006 to 2004 Winners: TBC

2003 Winners: Marchmont CC; 2003 Runners Up: Edinburgh CC

2002 to 2000 Winners: TBC

1999 Winners: Standard Life CC; Runners Up: Marchmont CC

1998 Winners: Standard Life CC

1997 Winners: Marchmont CC;Runners Up: Murrayfield

1996 Winners: TBC

1995 Winners: Standard Life CC

1994 Winners: Marchmont CC

1993 Winners: Marchmont CC

1992 Winners: TBC; Runners Up: Marchmont CC

1991 Winners: TBC; Runners Up: Marchmont CC

1990 Winners: TBC; Runners Up: Marchmont CC

1981 Finalists: Edinburgh University Staff & TBC

1979 Finalists: Bank of Scotland & TBC

1978 Finalists: Bank of Scotland & TBC

1975 Finalists: Royal Bank of Scotland & TBC

1989 to 1891 Winners: TBC