With four titles to their name, Auckland are easily the most dominant side in men’s domestic T20 history. They also share the record for the most runners-up finishes with Otago (3).
Wellington took the longest to win a title, winning one in their 10th season. The previous season had seen Northern Districts break their 9-year title-less streak.
Perhaps the most unwanted streak, however, is that of Canterbury who, after winning the inaugural competition have now seen twelve seasons pass without glory. They were unlucky in 2008-09 when the washed-out final took away their chance to clock up a title but they were well beaten in their other final appearance.
|2017-18||Northern Districts||Central Districts||Northern Districts|
|2016-17||Wellington||Central Districts||Central Districts|
|2009-10||Central Districts||Auckland||Central Districts|
|2007-08||Central Districts||Northern Districts||Central Districts**|
* The final was abandoned with Otago declared the champions having qualified first
** Central Districts, Northern Districts, Auckland, Canterbury all finished on 12 points with three wins and two losses, Net Run Rate determining the finalists and Central’s hosting rights
*** This competition was played with a Northern Zone (Auckland, Northern Districts, Wellington) and a Southern Zone (Central Districts, Canterbury, Otago), with the winner of each zone facing off in the final