NCCA win the first ever ECS England beatinf Spencer in the final.

NCCA Triumphs in Inaugural ECS England Event

The inaugural ECS England concluded with a bang, showcasing top-notch cricket action and thrilling performances. The tournament saw a total of 4674 runs scored, 218 wickets taken, 331 fours, and an impressive 378 sixes smashed over the course of the event. The excitement peaked as Spencer and NCCA faced off in the final, delivering a memorable showdown.

In the final, Spencer set a challenging target of 133 runs. However, NCCA, demonstrating why they are the two-time ECC winners, chased down the target in under 9 overs to clinch the victory. NCCA's direct qualification into Finals Day was justified as they showcased their prowess and determination throughout the tournament.

Troy Johnson of Spencer emerged as the MVP of the tournament, impressing with his all-around performance. He topped the scoring charts with 343 runs and also contributed significantly with the ball, taking 10 wickets. Freddie Horler stood out as the leading wicket-taker of the tournament, claiming 11 wickets and playing a crucial role for his team.

The first-ever ECS England was a resounding success, setting the stage for future editions. The event, held at the iconic Raynes Park Sports Ground in Wimbledon, brought together six competitive teams, including hosts Wimbledon, ECL24 champions Hornchurch, Tunbridge Wells, Spencer, Twickenham, and NCCA.

Here are some snapshots from the event: