The Regional Finals for the White Rose Trophy and Amy Rose Bowl will take place on Sunday 11th June, with counties eagerly contesting to reach the Aviva National Finals.
All semi-final matches at the Regional Finals will commence at 10am, with the Finals being played at 2pm (unless otherwise stated).
Successful teams from all Regional Finals will proceed to the semi-finals at the Aviva National Finals on Sunday 5th September at Victoria Park, Royal Leamington Spa.
White Rose Trophy
2022 champions, Kent, will be keen to make it through to the Aviva National Finals once again via the South Regional Finals at Horsham BC, Sussex. They started their bid to retain the trophy by overcoming Hampshire 41-26 in the Preliminary Round. Elsewhere, 2022 finalists Warwickshire, face Gloucestershire in a repeat of their Regional Final clash last year. They will be vying to go one step further to claim Kent’s crown.
North (Dunnington BC, Yorkshire):
Northumberland v Nottinghamshire; Lancashire v Cumbria
East (Newmarket Avenue BC, Cambridgeshire):
Hertfordshire v Leicestershire; Cambridgeshire v Suffolk
South (Horsham BC, Sussex):
Oxfordshire v Sussex; Berkshire v Kent
West (Chew Stoke BC, Somerset):
Warwickshire v Gloucestershire; Cornwall v Devon
Amy Rose Bowl
Reigning champions, Kent B, and 2022 finalists Northamptonshire are both on course to reach the 2023 Aviva National Finals – Kent B face Hampshire whilst Northamptonshire fresh from a narrow 39-37 victory over Hertfordshire play 2022 semi-finalists Leicestershire.
North (Northallerton BC, Yorkshire)
Durham v Lancashire (2pm)
East (Sandy Conservative BC, Bedfordshire)
Essex v Norfolk; Northamptonshire v Leicestershire
South (Cranleigh BC, Surrey)
Kent B v Hampshire; Buckinghamshire v Kent A (Buckinghamshire have received a Walkover)
West (Devizes BC, Wiltshire)
Devon v Somerset; Dorset v Warwickshire