Articles for Domestic Cricket

  1. Raffle for the DEC Nepal Earthquake Appeal

    11 Nov

    The draw for the raffle in support of the Nepal Earthquake Appeal (which was promoted in light of our international fixtures against the Nepal national team in July) took place at the end of September.

  2. Matthew Hoggard speaks at Aberdeenshire Association Dinner

    10 Nov

    Ashes hero Matthew Hoggard was the main speaker at the Aberdeenshire Cricket Association

  3. Carlton and Stirling Victorious at Indoor Events

    09 Nov

    Carlton and Stirling County claim first honours of the 2015/16 season as record number of teams enter the November women’s indoor sixes events.

  4. Around Scotland - October 2015

    27 Oct

    Around Scotland - The end of the domestic season might have drawn to a close, but there is still plenty going on behind the scenes across the country.

  5. Cricket Scotland Coaches Association Workshops

    27 Oct

    Cricket Scotland will be running a series of `World Class Basics` Coaching Workshops during November and December as part of the recently re-launched Cricket Scotland Coaches Association.

  6. A Bute of a day for beach cricket

    15 Oct

    The Tartan Duck trophy was taken home to Hughenden by the victorious Hillhead team who triumphed at Ettrick Bay on Sunday 27 September.

  7. Cricket Scotland Board

    05 Oct

    Due to the pressure of his other commitments, Jim Young has decided to step down from his roles as Director of Cricket Scotland Ltd and Cricket Scotland Holdings Ltd with immediate effect.

  8. Scotland's first Australian professional - Bert Tobin

    30 Sep

    David Gordon looks back on the career of the first Australian professional in Scotland, prompted by the conclusion of an Ashes summer.

  9. WBBL Associate Rookie Programme Launched

    25 Sep

    Cricket Australia (CA) and the International Cricket Council (ICC) today announced the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) Associate Rookie Programme.

  10. Stirling County beat George Watson’s College in Women’s National League Final

    21 Sep

    Stirling County fend off George Watson’s College in a high-scoring, 11-run Women’s National League win at New Williamfield.

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