The journey began back in 1982 when a handful of cricket fanatics in the small towns of High Wycombe and Slough joined together to establish the Sunday Asian Cricket League. The two founders Mr Fareed Ansari and Mr Parviez Aslam (MBE) were elected and they took the responsibility to form a committee to run the league.
Within a short period of time, more and more towns joined the league and the league entered a new dimension it expanded from 8 teams to 15 teams in 2 divisions from 3 Home Counties. Early league champions included Chesham Pakistanis, Watford Haidrey, High Wycombe Stars, and Reading International.
Congratulations to the SESCL Rep XI, and manager Azhar Shah, as SESCL were victorious in the 2022 Sovereign Trophy. This is a knockout cup competition for league representative XIs, organised by the Club Cricket Conference.