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   Ground:
        Titwood
        22 Beaton Road
        Glasgow, G41 4LB

      

    Telephone:
        0141 423 1463

        Cricket Chairman
        Cricket Secretary
        Fixture Secretary

        Captain 1st XI
        Captain "Titwood"
        Captain "Cavaliers"
        Captain "Bees"

        Sunday Friendlies
        Women & Girls Cricket

        Junior Convenor
        Head of Junior Coaching


  Club Sponsor:        Shirt Sponsor:     Prosperity Financial Services Junior Shirt Sponsor:  


Welcome to the official website of Clydesdale Cricket Club.

Based in Pollokshields (Glasgow), the club has been in existence since 1848 and we hope it will continue
to thrive for many years to come. Please have a look around our website, using the menus above.
For further information, please come and visit us in person or get in contact via the links on the right of the page

Cricket Junior Section Update
March 2022

Coaching/training programmes
Summer Junior Coaching

Our Junior session officially began on Monday 11th April 2022. Coaching programmes began on Monday 18th April, as follows:

Softball Activities

- Softball taster/games sessions will run on Mondays 18 & 25 April, from 5pm – 6pm
- All Stars Cricket will run from Friday 6 May – Friday 24 June (both dates inclusive), from 5pm – 6pm
- Dynamos Cricket will run on Monday 9 May – Monday 27 June (both dates inclusive), from 5pm – 6pm
- Under 12 softball sessions will run from Monday 4 July – Monday 29 August (both dates inclusive), from 5pm – 6pm

Hardball Activities

- Under 12 hardball coaching will run on Friday evenings, commencing on Friday 22 April, from 6.30pm – 8.30pm
- Under 16 hardball coaching will run on Monday evenings, commencing on Monday 18 April, from 6.30pm – 8.30pm
- Players with a cricket age of 16 or 17 should, initially, attend club Senior training, on Tuesday evenings (6.15pm – 8.30pm)

Please Note: U12 / U16 refers to your cricket age. This is the age you were at midnight on 31 August 2021.

All of the sessions listed above will run regardless of public holidays and will be led by appropriately qualified coaches. If you have any doubts as to whether or not a training session (or fixture) remains on, you should check Twitter (@DaleCricket), TeamApp (https://clydesdalecc.teamapp.com) or phone the Clubhouse (number listed at top of the page).

The club’s on-line membership and registration form is available here: Juniors2022

The club also continues to use TeamApp (individuals can download and request access) and a Junior WhatsApp group (you can ask to be added) to communicate with Junior members and parents.

The club is also continuing to offer volunteering opportunities for our older Juniors – especially those looking to get involved in activities for their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Please contact Tim Hart directly for more details.


David Hart
Clydesdale CC – Junior Convenor
E: juniorconvenor@clydesdalecricket.org.uk
M: 0776-205-9221

Camps

Details of our Summer Camps can be found here

All Stars / Dynamos

Details of our All Stars and Dynamos programmes can be found here

Senior News


Saturday's Match

 Here is the URL link to our coverage of the Dumfries match at Titwood tomorrow, starting at 13.00hrs... 

The first-round Scottish Cup match between Clydesdale and Gala at Titwood,

Gala Innings highlights:  https://youtu.be/3tc4qP8nFbs

Clydesdale Innings highlights:  https://youtu.be/4J6SU8kefRw

Previous videos

including:
Citylets Scottish Cup Final 2016
Clydesdale Innings - Arbroath Innings


‘Dale to stage four ODIs in July


Clydesdale CC and Ayr CC are to host an ODI Tri-Series between Scotland, Namibia and Nepal in July, as part of the ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 qualifying tournament.
Cricket Scotland announced the news this week, and it will be the first time since 2014 that the Titwood ground will have hosted full ICC One-Day Internationals.
Four of the six matches have been allocated to the Glasgow club, namely two matches each between Scotland and the visiting teams. The other two games, between Namibia and Nepal, will be hosted at New Cambusdoon by Ayr Cricket Club.
With Scotland currently sitting second in the seven-team League 2 table, Namibia occupying fourth and Nepal in sixth position, there is much to play for, as the Top Three teams will qualify for the final qualification group leading to the 2023 World Cup in India.
Jatinder Dhami, Clydesdale Cricket’s Project Manager said: “We are excited that international cricket is returning to Titwood. It’s great for the club and for followers in the west. And It offers groundsman Martin McAllister a first opportunity to showcase the venue at full international level.”
Nepal have only visited Scotland once before, in 2015. Namibia have been more frequent visitors, most recently in 2017 for two ODIs in Edinburgh, each side winning one game, after Scotland skipper Kyle Coetzer and Clydesdale’s run-maker Richie Berrington each made a century in one of the matches.

Fixtures Schedule
10th July – Scotland vs Namibia (Titwood)
11th July – Namibia vs Nepal (New Cambusdoon)
13th July – Scotland vs Nepal (Titwood)
14th July – Scotland vs Namibia (Titwood)

16th July – Namibia vs Nepal (New Cambusdoon)
17th July – Scotland vs Nepal (Titwood)
All matches will start at 11am and will be live-streamed on www.icc.tv. Tickets for all matches will be available via the Cricket Scotland website from 1st June.


Alastair Moss

Clydesdale Cricket Club is addened to learn of the death of Alastair Moss on 2nd May 2022 at the age of 92. Alastair was a successful captain of the club’s second team in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He was an energetic captain who had the happy knack of getting the best out of players and he was keen on giving younger players an opportunity to shine.
Up until a few years ago Alastair made occasional visits to Titwood to watch cricket in the company of his long-standing friend and erstwhile team mate Leon Newman.
The club’s thoughts are with his children Edith, Kenneth, Alan (also a Clydesdale cricketer) and Aileen and their families at this difficult time.



© 2012 by D A Hart