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Cricket Scotland's Premier T20 Competition

Murgitroyd TWENTY20

Congratulations to Forfarshire, the 2019 Murgitroyd T20 winners

The Murgitroyd T20 is played throughout the season and involves four regional qualifying tournaments culminating in a finals day.

Finals Day Update

Semi Final 1

Heriots 169 for 8 in 20 overs (Elnathan Meiri 34, Hayes van der Berg 36, Michael Shean 31, Mark Watt 31. S Beveridge 4 for 18) defeated Dumfries 67 all out in 17.1 overs (Thomas McBride 26. Keith Morton 3 for 5, Micheal Shean 2 for 7, Elliot Ruthven 2 for 17, Ryan Brown 2 for 20)

Semi Final 2

Clydesdale 143 for 5 in 20 overs (Richie Berrington 63, Angus Guy 25, Arman Farid 22. Bryce Allchin 2 for 23) lost to Forfarshire 146 for 2 in 18.4 overs (Craig Wallace 75, Callum Garden 49*)

Final

Heriots 111 all out in 20 overs (Mark Watt 25, Hayes van der Berg 18. Jack Hogarth 6 for 12, including 3 wickets in his last over) lost to Forfarshire 112 for 5 in 19 overs. (Chris Greaves 55*, Craig Wallace 18. Michael Shean 3 for 15, Elliot Ruthven 2 for 25)

Regional Qualifying Update

Borders

Dumfries won the Borders Regional Qualifying cup on 21st July when they defeated Selkirk at Nunholm.  Batting first Dumfries scored 179 for the loss of 3 wickets. Selkirk could only muster 89 for 9 in reply.

Selkirk had earlier comfortably defeated Kelso in the east final, chasing down 82 for the loss of only 3 wickets inside 13 overs.

Caledonian Region

Forfarshire booked their place in the National Finals day with victory over Arbroath United in the Murgitroyd North finals day at Arbroath on 30th June.

Forfs had earlier defeated Freuchie in the semi-final and Arbroath had overcome Stoneywood Dyce

East of Scotland (Masterton Trophy)

Heriot’s again won the Masterton trophy and will be at Bothwell Castle Policies hoping to defend their 2018 Murgitroyd win.

Having topped the league table, Heriots earned a bye to the final. Their opponents were determined using a format that saw the 3rd place team play the 4th place team. The winners of that tie then played the second placed team and that winner visited Heriots in the grand final.

Stewarts Melville defeated Carlton by 6 wickets with 2 balls to spare to set up a semi final against RH Corstorphine. In a low scoring tight match RHC won by 1 wkt with 4 balls to spare thanks mainly to professional M Saad’s unbeaten 61 chasing down SM’s first innings 89 for 9.

The final itself was rather one sided with Heriots winning by 72 runs having scored 158 for 6 in their 20 overs. Hayes van der Berg finishing 81*

West of Scotland (Rowan Cup)

Clydesdale completed the finalists with a tight win over Poloc managing to defend 108 to ease through by 3 runs. Richie Berrington top scored for Clydesdale with 36, and despite a fine 38 for A Howard and some late hard hitting from Kess Sajjid (24*) it proved to be too much for the Shawholm boys.