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The West of Scotland branch of the Cricket Society of Scotland is holding its annual dinner at Titwood, home of Clydesdale Cricket Club, on Monday 13th March.
Cricket Scotland is the national sports governing body for cricket in Scotland overseeing the development and growth of the game from grassroots through to professional athletes competing on the world stage.
Stenhousemuir Cricket Club is looking to recruit a head coach to run senior and junior practices on two nights a week, with an option to play Saturday cricket in the WDCU.
Cricket Scotland is excited to announce the CricketForce Scheme for 2017.
The ICC have confirmed that three of Scotland’s top officials have been reappointed to the ICC Development Panel of International Umpires (previously the ICC Associate & Affiliate Panel of International Umpires) for 2017.
An event focusing on how Scotland's cricket clubs can play a bigger role in people's lives and become hubs for their communities.
Cricket Scotland has launched their 2017 Coaches Association.
Cricket Scotland are pleased to announce the list of young people that have been selected to complete the Community Achievement Award qualification in conjunction with Glasgow Kelvin College.
Hutchesons’ Grammar School was once again the venue as the WDJCU hosted its annual youth Indoor Super 8s Tournament.
Scotland’s Kari Carswell blogs on her experiences in New Zealand for the Cricket Scotland website, as she takes up her new role and finds herself playing alongside a familiar face.