Who are you?
Please note that anyone playing senior cricket needs to be registered with the league, and this must be completed by midnight on Wednesday for the following weekend.
A Junior Beginner
If you are aged from eight to eighteen and think cricket might be the sport for you, come and try it out with Glasgow Accies.
Accies is full of keen, qualified coaches who will help you pick up all the skills you need to start a long and successful cricketing career. Glasgow Accies prides itself on being a place where young cricketers not only develop as sportsmen, but also make friendships that last a lifetime.
An Ambitious Junior
Do you play or wish to play junior representative cricket?
With an extensive indoor winter training programme, bowling machine sessions, video analysis and one on one coaching with Vedam Hariharan as well as four Saturday teams, Accies is the best place for you to perform to the height of your ability.
Accies' successful junior section provides a competitive but friendly atmosphere to play your junior cricket.
Accies has produced some quality internationalists over the years, most recently Dougie Lockhart and Euan Stubbs.
A move to Accies will be a step forward for your cricketing career.
An Adult Enthusiast
Maybe you don't think you're a world-beater but you enjoy the sport and have a couple of years' experience.
At Glasgow Accies you will be welcomed with open arms and given the opportunity to play at the standard that best suits you.
You can train as hard as you like and help from Hari or any of the other coaches will be at readily at hand.
Contact us or come to one of our training sessions which run on Tuesdays, both in the summer and through the winter.
An Experienced Adult
Maybe you've just moved to Glasgow to study or work, or perhaps you just want a change of cricketing scenery.
Regardless of your level, Accies offers opportunities afforded by no other cricket club in the West of Scotland.
Head coach Vedam Hariharan has a policy of continued development and insists that fourteen or forty, you can benefit from coaching input.
"A trouble in Scottish cricket is that everybody is happy to coach you until you leave U15 cricket, and then you're on your own," explains Hari.
"Not at Accies. I look to support every player, regardless of age or level."
As well as help during training sessions, Hari offers a video analysis service to members of the club.
This level of coaching support, unheard of elsewhere in Scottish cricket, and a friendly atmosphere make Accies the perfect place to play your cricket.
Contact us or come to one of our training sessions which run on Wednesdays, both in the summer and through the winter.
An Adult Beginner
Unfortunately, at this time, Accies is not actively recruiting beginners over the age of 18. If you get in touch, we will be happy to recommend one of our neigbouring clubs.