Carlton win Citylets Scottish Cup in thrilling Final

The 51st Citylets Scottish Cup was a prize that had previously been elusive in both Watsonians and Carlton’s considerable trophy cabinet over the years, but on the 20th of August one team would break that hoodoo. The ground at Mackays Forthill looked in top condition as the players arrived in bright sunshine. Carlton captain Ali […]

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Dev XI | MCC all out for 118 in 33.5 overs, two wickets each for Ruthven, Malik and Wood. https://t.co/Bk0UD09U2w

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Dev XI | MCC 103/8 at Goldenacre in the 30th over. https://t.co/0JSId0nFyd

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Dev XI | Josh Wood has claimed another two wickets to leave the MCC on 64/6 at Goldenacre.

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Scotland Dev XI are bowling at Goldenacre - MCC are 44/3 with Ruthven taking 2 and a wicket for Malik. Teams now playing a 40 over game.

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