Tomorrow is T20 Finals Day with all the teams in Divs 1 to 4 taking part. Those who won their qualifying league will be playing for 1st, 2nd and 3rd, with the top two promoted to the higher league next season. Those who finished bottom of their qualifying league will play for 7th, 8th and 9th spot, with the bottom two being relegated. Those who finished second in their qualifying leagues are playing for 4th, 5th and 6th which means.......nothing much. Don't expect to see too many England players taking part in Div 1 (B). As for Div 1 (A) Kent are keen to win so you would expect a full compliment of England stars, plus they are batsmen rather than bowlers.
I have still not seen the NRR calculations which show how many of the teams finished up in their qualifying leagues. I assume someone has done the calculations somewhere? And the draft tables for the finals similarly have no NRR calculations imbedded into them. With each team playing their opponents just once NRR IS going to be a deciding factor in many leagues - good luck everyone!!
Div 1 (A) - Kent, Middlesex and Notts at RAF Sports Ground, Middlesex
Div 1 (B) - Surrey, Sussex and Yorkshire at Middleton CC
Div1 (C) - Berkshire, Essex and Warwickshire at Wokingham CC
Div 2 (A) - Ireland, Somerset, and Staffs
Div 2 (B) - Cheshire, Lancashire, and Wales
Div 2 (C) - Devon, Durham, and Worcestershire
Div 3 (A) - Derbyshire, Hampshire, and Netherlands
Div 3 (B) - Gloucestershire, Northants, and Scotland
Div 3 (C) - Hertfordshire, Leicestershire, and Oxfordshire
Div 4 (semis and final)
Div 4 (A) - Bucks, Norfolk, Cumbria and Cornwall
Div 4 (B) - Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Northumberland and Dorset
Div 4 (C) - Shropshire, Bedfordshire, Lincolnshire, Wiltshire