The British Columbia Mainland Cricket League (BCMCL) was founded in 1914 by seven founding member clubs. It is a competitive league and is known for its scenic cricket grounds, most notably Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C.


Currently, the league has several teams (including junior teams), which are organized into Eight divisions. The games are mainly held during the whole of the summer, against teams in the same division. At the end of the season, playoffs against the top two teams in each division are held, in which teams compete to move up in the division. Teams that end the season at the bottom of their division are relegated to the lower level. The regular season runs from the last weekend of April to the Labour Day weekend. The league also holds other T10, T20, and Six A Six tournaments during the season under the Special Events banner. Players are selected from the league to represent the Provincial, and National teams.

 

The league rents grounds from the cities of Abbotsford, Burnaby, Chilliwack, Noth Vancouver, Surrey, and Vancouver. League currently has one turf pitch, which is mainly used for top divisions' matches.    

 


 
 
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