In Berkshire, LMS currently run a Slough & Reading league.

Last Man Stands was founded in 2005, in London, by Bjorn Briggs & Wayne Greve.

Last Man Stands is the widest reaching amateur cricket league in the world, bringing together like minded individuals from all walks of life, countries, religions, sex, and races, to enjoy this wonderful format of cricket. Last Man Stands is very easy to join.

This great social outdoor 8-a-side T20 cricket game lasts +/- 2 hours. All 8 wickets are needed to bowl a cricket team out. When the seventh wicket falls, the Last Man Stands on his own!

For an exciting introduction and explanation of the Last Man Stands concept please have a look at this video from the Last Man Stands TV Channel.

Each player receives cricket statistics and world rankings online. This allows teams to play cricket locally, and compare their performances to other LMS T20 cricket sides from around the world. All LMS teams receive Team World Rankings as well.

The superb interactive website for amateur cricketers across the globe, gives the amateur cricketer the luxury of detailed stats and rankings, usually reserved for professionals – and is truly addictive. It’s easy for skippers to organise a team & keep players coming back for more cricket! Fixture reminders are automatically sent out to the squad, and each player can build up his career stats and rankings which keeps cricket players coming back for more.

Berkshire Cricket Foundation | Charity Number: 1165948 | Registered address: The Cricket Pavilion, Enborne Street, Newbury, Berkshire, RG14 6TW | Email: