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The County Championship

1825-1863

The table was compiled by Peter Wynne-Thomas and published in the journal of The Association of Cricket Statisticians in December 1980. It is based on the research of several people including Robert Brooke and John Goulstone.

A county is named where it went through the season unbeaten by another county or where there is a contemporary mention of a county being Champion. 1825 is chosen as the starting date as this is the year when inter-county matches restarted after a long break (from 1796).

1825     -                      1826     Sussex
1827     Sussex                 1828     Kent
1829     -                      1830     Surrey
1831     Surrey                 1832     -
1833     Sussex                 1834     -
1835     -                      1836     Sussex
1837     Kent                   1838     Kent
1839     Kent                   1840     -
1841     Kent                   1842     Kent
1843     Kent                   1844     -
1845     Sussex                 1846     -
1847     Kent                   1848     Sussex
1849     Kent                   1850     Surrey
1851     Surrey                 1852     Nottinghamshire/Sussex
1853     Nottinghamshire        1854     Surrey
1855     Sussex                 1856     Surrey
1857     Surrey                 1858     Surrey
1859     Surrey                 1860     -
1861     -                      1862     Nottinghamshire
1863     -