Articles for Cricket Scotland Bloggers feed

  1. Hugh McIntyre - Footballer to Cricketer

    24 Jul

    Richard Young is already hard at work producing a sequel to 'As The Willow Vanishes".

  2. Steelin' away' - Sean McPartlin

    22 Jul

    In the last month, I’ve visited three cricket grounds for the first time: Scarborough I have written about, Titwood which I fell in love with at first sight, and Aigburth in Liverpool, where my grandfather watched his cricket between the wars.

  3. Jekyll and Hyde start to Scotland’s new chapter

    06 Jul

    Cricket Scotland blogger Kaylan Geekie summarises the recent Scotland v Netherlands series, which finished 1-1.

  4. The Way We Were

    04 Jul

    David Gordon has a look back to when an England football international could spend his summer close-season earning some extra money by switching to leather and willow as a professional with a Scottish cricket club.

  5. Sean McPartlin - Are you going to Scarborough…

    25 Jun

    Cricket Scotland Blogger Sean McPartlin gives us his latest blog after taking a little trip to take in the first day of Yorkshire 2XI v Scotland A.

  6. CS launches ‘Cricket-a-thon’ for the STV Appeal 2014

    25 Jun

    Cricket Scotland is today launching a Scotland-wide ‘cricket-a-thon’ in aid of the STV Appeal 2014. The weekend event will take place on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 August.

  7. Sean McPartlin - I can hear the grass grow

    05 Jun

    I dreamt last night that the Scotland team were playing in my garden – short boundaries, ropey hedges, dodgy monoblocking and all.

  8. Sandy Scotland's Trip to Lord's

    01 May

    Sandy Scotland gives us an entertaining blog following his trip to Lord's to officiate MCC v Scotland - an umpires dream.

  9. Sean McParlin Blog- Younger Than Springtime

    15 Apr

    Cricket Scotland Blogger Sean McPartlin gives us his latest blog as the season rapidly approaches.

  10. “Champions of Scotland” - A blog by Ollie Rae

    02 Apr

    n October 2013 you heard that three senior women squad players (Myself, Samantha Haggo and Abbi Aitken) had been recruited on to the prestigious Champions in Schools (CiS) Programme.

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