Articles for Cricket Scotland Bloggers feed
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.
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.
A P.E. colleague has invited me to help introduce cricket in her secondary school. Though lacking formal coaching qualifications, I’ll be delighted to turn up, share my enthusiasm, and fly the flag for Cricket Scotland.
Cricket Scotland Blogger Sean McPartlin's latest blog praises the endeavors and efforts of Scotland women's team, the Wildcats.
CS Blogger Sean McPartlin looks back on a few memories from his own cricketing career.
Scotland U19 top order batsman Michael English gives us a blog from Dubai after Scotland’s U19s two official warm up games against England and Afghanistan.
Cricket Scotland Blogger Sean McPartlin gives us his latest blog from the stands as the Scotland team arrive back from New Zealand and hails some of the work that goes on off the field.
Blogger Ross Lawson gives his thoughts on Scotland's World Cup Qualifying campaign, and what challenges lie ahead.
Ross Lawson gives his first blog to the Cricket Scotland website as Scotland look to qualify for the 2015 World Cup in Australia.
Cricket Scotland blogger Sean McPartlin gives us his first blog of 2014 with some reflections on the changing nature of cricket.