Articles for Age Group
Cricket Scotland announces the winners of the 2014 Youth Player of the Year Awards.
Scotland’s emerging young players travelled to Weetwood Hall in Leeds last week for a two day and one day fixture against a strong Yorkshire Development XI, which featured four or five youngsters with first class experience.
Scotland under 15s did the double over Durham and Lincolnshire.
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.
On Monday June 9th a Scotland side drawn from the Forty Club and representing players from their 50s, 60s and 70s travelled to Stockton on Tees to take on the England Over 60s.
Once again Cricket Scotland is running their highly successful National Schools Final Week which is a culmination of the fantastic school cricket competitions held throughout the country.
Scotland will meet England again this summer!
The Live Active Leisure “No Limits” disability cricket team travelled to Manchester this weekend to defend their title in the tri-nations tournament organised by the Cricket Federation for People with Disabilities.
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.
Cricket Scotland today published their annual report for 2013. The report gives a full account of activity during the year, covering progress in participation, coaching, umpiring and performance.