Articles for Domestic Cricket
After living a nomadic existence for four years, Tranent Cricket Club has finally got a place in the town which it can call home.
Hampden Park in Glasgow hosted the launch of Richard "Siggy" Young's book "As the Willow Vanishes", on Friday 4th April 2014 in front of an audience containing representatives of Scottish cricket, Scottish football and assembled guests and media.
Rory Banks is settling into his new role as the Borders community cricket coach.
Richard “Siggy” Young states his new publication, “As the Willow Vanishes,” The book launch will take place at the Scottish Football Museum at Hampden Park on April 4.
The Cricket Scotland Annual General Meeting was held on Sunday the 23rd March at New Williamfield, the home of Stirling County Cricket Club.
Indoor cricket has always been popular with ladies teams throughout Scotland, and Sunday’s indoor tournament held at Dollar Academy was no different!
Cricket Scotland today published their annual report for 2013. The report gives a full account of activity during the year, covering progress in participation, coaching, umpiring and performance.
The Fourth Annual General Meeting of Members will be held at StirlingCountyCC, New Wlliamfield, Stirling FK7 7WS at 1pm on Sunday 23rd of March 2014.
Cricket Scotland West Development Manager Tim Hart gives an update on the Top Club happenings.
The ICC CWC Qualifier Trophy was the surprise guest at the Woodcutters Cricket Club AGM held this week.