Articles for Age Group
Cricket Scotland’s U18 National Club Championship Finals’ Day took place at Titwood (Clydesdale CC) on Sunday 30th August 2015.
Following a disappointing 2014 where the weather was the winner, the U14 Triangular Festival between Belfast, Edinburgh and Western Warriors was completed in early August 2015.
The Western Warriors U15s welcomed the Eastern Knights to a sun-drenched Glenpark (Greenock CC) with one objective: win the game and be crowned as Cricket Scotland U15 Inter-Regional Champions.
Europe Division One on Saturday by defeating Ireland - and as a result qualified for the World Cup in Bangladesh next year.
Scotland made it four wins out of five - and kept their hopes of winning the event alive - by beating hosts Jersey in Pepsi ICC Europe Division One on Friday.
Four of the continent’s leading teams Ireland, Jersey, Netherlands and Scotland will meet in Jersey for the Pepsi ICC U19 Division 1 where the top team will qualify for the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016.
The home sides opening match in its’ defence of the County Cup won in dramatic fashion at Meikleriggs last season got off to a decidedly damp start in both senses of the word.
The Scotland Under 19s overcame Durham Academy over three matches this week, to clinch the series 2-1, at Bothwell Policies, Uddingston.
Former Scotland captain, Gordon Drummond, gives a leadership in captaincy seminar at Dundee Academy of Sport.
Girls’ cricket has gone down a storm at Mary Erskine School, Edinburgh following its introduction to their PE curriculum.