2014 Cricket Factory Cup – Finals’ Day

23 Jun

2014 Cricket Factory Cup – Finals’ Day

The Cricket Scotland Schools’ Week of Cricket culminated with a Finals’ Day in the Cricket Factory Cup.

The five schools that came together and competed for the cup at a gloriously sunny Doo’Cot Park, in Perth, were Breadalbane Academy, James Gillespie’s High School, Kyle Academy, Lomond School and Monifieth High School.  The competition worked on a round robin basis, with each school also getting the opportunity to further enhance their skills by using a Cricket Factory Core Skills set. 

Photo: Cricket Europe/David PotterThe excitement of the day was added to by the use of scoring zones which rewarded a batter with 10 runs if one of the three zones was successfully hit.  And, going into the final round of games, three different schools could have emerged as champions. 

However, by winning their fourth and final match, LomondSchool finished with a perfect record (P4, W4) – and were crowned as champions for 2014. 

Pitch 1 Results

Pitch 2 Results

BreadalbaneAcademy (80) lost to Lomond School (232)

Kyle Academy (194) beat James Gillespie's High School (175)

BreadalbaneAcademy (98) lost to James Gillespie's High School (240)

Lomond School (208) beat MonifiethHigh School (78)

James Gillespie's High School (185) beat MonifiethHigh School (150)

Breadalbane Academy (102) lost to Kyle Academy (250)

KyleAcademy (142) lost to Lomond School (207)

Monifieth High School (151) beat Breadalbane Academy (130)

Lomond School (155) beat James Gillespie's High School (130)

Kyle Academy (129) beat Monifieth High School (99) 

Cricket ScotlandThanks to all the schools for putting so much effort into Finals’ Day – and to all the school staff for enabling their schools to make it to Perth, for a excellent day of cricket.


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