History and Winners of the 70+ Championship
In 2010 Sussex won the inaugral 70+ Championship with six straight wins in their six matches. The two other teams a combined Surrey/Kent and a combined Hertfordshire/Berkshire won just one game each.
In 2011 two more combined teams, Hampshire & Worcestershire and Norfolk & Suffolk joined the competition. Sussex won again, winning six out of their eight matches, followed by Hants / Worcs and Herts / Berks who both won five matches.
In 2012 Hampshire, Worcestershire, Suffollk and Norfolk all became standalone counties.
Sussex won yet again but only by one point from Worcestershire, in a competition comprising seven teams
In 2013 Worcestershire got their revenge winning the title by 3 points after both they and Sussex won 10 out of 12 matches.
In 2014 Sussex regained their title by beating Worcestershire in the play off final.
In 2015 Somerset entered for the he first time whilst Sussex retained their title beating Surrey by 9 wickets in the final
In 2016 Hampshire's 259 proved too many for Worcesteshire who finished on 211.
2017 was a repeat of the previous year and the same result. Hampshire (189-5) retaining the trophy with a 23 run victory.
Playing Regulations for the 70+ Championship, together with, fixtures, results and tables are all available via the main menu.