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July 2007 News

The Anglo Scottish Sixes (Updated)

Posted on Thursday 26th July 2007 by Fraser Murray

Glasgow Accies have accepted an invitation from Berwick CC to the Anglo Scottish Sixes on Sunday 26th August.

The eight-team event features four teams from England (Berwick, Tillside, Ryton and Alnwick) alongside four from Scotland (Kelso, Gala, Strathearn and ourselves).

Group One

  1. Berwick
  2. Kelso
  3. Alnwick
  4. Glasgow Accies

Group Two

  1. Tillside
  2. Gala
  3. Ryton
  4. Strathearn

Order of Play

  1. 10.30 – Berwick V Kelso
  2. 11.15 – Alnwick V Glasgow Accies
  3. 12.00 – Tillside V Gala
  4. 12.45 – Ryton V Strathearn
  5. 1.30 – Berwick V Alnwick
  6. 2.15 – Glasgow Accies V Kelso
  7. 3.00 – Tillside V Ryton
  8. 3.45 – Gala V Strathearn
  9. 4.30 – Berwick V Glasgow Accies
  10. 5.15 – Kelso V Alnwick
  11. 6.00 – Tillside V Strathearn
  12. 6.45 – Ryton V Gala
  13. 7.30 – Final

Thursday, 12 July and Sunday, 15 July

Posted on Wednesday 11th July 2007 by Colin Dawson

Highlighting two forthcoming matches at New Anniesland -

Thusday, 12 July - Forty Club (Scotland) v Scotland U19's with a 1pm start

Sunday, 15 July - West District U18's v East District U18's with a midday start

The bar will be open on Thursday from 1pm till 2pm and from 7pm till 8pm.

Training tonight (4th July)

Posted on Wednesday 4th July 2007 by Richard Andrew

Training will be on tonight as long as its not raining. The bowlers run up in the nets are saturated, but the batting end is dry enough for some skill work. We can also use the grass beside the nets for fielding. Hope to see you there.

Continuing monsoons decimate match calendar

Posted on Tuesday 3rd July 2007 by Colin Dawson

After yet another heavy downpour this morning New Anniesland is under water! As a result tomorrow's U23 European Championship match between Netherlands and Ireland has been cancelled. Cricket Scotland is hoping that Glenpark, Greenock might be able to stage the match instead if the rains pass by.

The match on Thursday between Scotland U17's and XL Club is under close review but is unlikely to take place.

To add further misery it seems that the XL Club Festival planned for next Monday and Tuesday [9th and 10th July] has been aborted because the team from North East England has had to withdraw due to the flooding in that area. Both these dates have now been erased from the calendar.

My thanks go to those members that offered their services for tomorrow's match and I am just sorry that I now have no need of them.

Yet more rain!

Posted on Monday 2nd July 2007 by Colin Dawson

Just in case anyone in the teams is reading this please note that tonight's U18 and U13 matches have both been washed out by the continuing monsoons.

Dobsy

More Emails from Oz...

Posted on Sunday 1st July 2007 by Fraser Murray