Cumberland County Cup


Cumberland County Cup

The Cumberland County Cup is the second oldest rugby league knock-out competition in the world after the Challenge Cup. It is open to every amateur club in the county of Cumberland and is administered by British Amateur Rugby League Association.

The first competition was held in 1902-03 and the winners were Brookland Rovers from the town of Maryport.

List of finals

Year Winners Score Runner-up Venue
1902-03 Brookland Rovers 4-0 Seaton Recreation Ground, Whitehaven
1903-04 Seaton 2-2
5-2
Parton Athletic Ground, Maryport
Lonsdale Park, Workington
1904-05 Parton 5-2 Brookland Rovers Lonsdale Park, Workington
1905-06 Whitehaven Rec 7-0 Egremont Lonsdale Park, Workington
1906-07 Whitehaven Rec 17-8 Maryport Lonsdale Park, Workington
1907-08 Workington 10-4 Highmoor Rovers Netherton
1908-09 Egremont 5-0 Brookland Rovers Lonsdale Park, Workington
1909-10 Dearham United 4-0 Broughton Moor Netherton
1910-11 Millom 16-11 Brookland Rovers Egremont
1911-12 Millom 16-15 Seaton Netherton
1912-13 Seaton 10-2 Millom Netherton
1913-14 Seaton 11-10 Brookland Rovers Grasslot
1919-20 Brookland Rovers 4-0 Broughton Moor Glasson
1920-21 Seaton Rangers 13-2 Millom Netherton
1921-22 Aspatria Hornets 9-5 Millom Netherton
1922-23 Egremont Rangers 8-7 Dearham Wanderers Workington
1923-24 Glasson Rangers 5-3 Flimby & Fothergill Netherton
1924-25 Flimby & Fothergill 10-0 Millom
1925-26 Dearham Wanderers 2-0 Hensingham
1926-27 Dearham Wanderers 3-0 Glasson Rangers
1927-28 Hensingham 9-0 Maryport
1928-29 Egremont Rangers 0-0
4-3
Hensingham
1929-30 Glasson Rangers 7-4 Great Clifton
1930-31 Great Clifton - Egremont Rangers
1931-32 Glasson Rangers 6-4 Great Clifton
1932-33 Flimby 5-0 Brookland Rovers
1933-34 Brookland Rovers 8-2 Aspatria Hornets
1934-35 Kells 12-4 Great Clifton
1935-36 Kells 15-3 Netherton
1936-37 Glasson Rangers 12-5 Netherton Bradford Avenue, Maryport
1937-38 Glasson Rangers 12-5 Netherton Bradford Avenue, Maryport
1938-39 -
1944-45 Risehow & Gillhead -
1945-46 Risehow & Gillhead -
1946-47 - Risehow & Gillhead
1947-48 Risehow & Gillhead 25-0 Millom
1948-49 Broughton Moor 5-2 Glasson Rangers
1949-50 Maryport 17-4 Risehow & Gillhead
1950-51 Risehow & Gillhead 7-6 Glasson Rangers
1951-52 Risehow & Gillhead 7-6 Glasson Rangers
1952-53 -
1953-54 Brookland Rovers 20-8 Egremont
1954-55 -
1955-56 -
1956-57 -
1957-58 -
1958-59 -
1959-60 -
1960-61 -
1961-62 -
1962-63 -
1963-64 -
1964-65 -
1965-66 -
1966-67 -
1967-68 -
1968-69 -
1969-70 -
1970-71 Seaton Rangers -
1971-72 Maryport -
1973-73 -
1973-74 -
1974-75 Broughton Red Rose -
1975-76 Broughton Red Rose -
1976-77 Broughton Red Rose -
1977-78 Ellenborough Rangers 21-15 Egremont Rangers Kells
1978-79 Kells 30-0 Ellenborough Rangers
1979-80 -
1980-81 -
1981-82 -
1982-83 -
1983-84 -
1984-85 -
1985-86 -
1986-87 -
1987-88 -
1989-90 -
1990-91 -
1991-92 -
1992-93 -
1993-94 -
1994-95 Wath Brow Hornets -
1995-96 -
1996-97 -
1997-98 Ellenborough Rangers 54-14 Hensingham
1998-99 Wath Brow Hornets def. Ellenborough Rangers
1999-00 Wath Brow Hornets 34-16 Hensingham
2000-01 Wath Brow Hornets -
2001-02 Wath Brow Hornets 18-6 Egremont Rangers
2002-03 Seaton Rangers - Hensingham
2003-04 -
2004-05 -
2005-06 -
2006-07 -
2007-08 -
2008-09 Wath Brow Hornets -

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