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  CLYDESDALE CRICKET CLUB
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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"

        Junior Convenor
        Head of Junior Coaching


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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
September 2021

Coaching/training programmes
Outdoor Junior Coaching

Outdoor junior training has now finished for the season.

Details of our Indoor winter training will be available as soon as details are finalised.

If you wish to be on our mailing list please make sure that you have completed a Junior membership form. Click here membership form.


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

Senior News

McCulloch Cup highlights

Coverage of the McCulloch Cup final at Uddingston last month

McCulloch Cup 21: Clydesdale Cricket Club Innings

McCulloch Cup 21: Prestwick Cricket Club Innings


Clydesdale win league title by 1 wicket in last over.

A Ferguslie century, Dale hat-trick, early Dale collapse followed by two 50+ partnerships and, as if that wasn’t enough, the winning line reached with only one wicket and two balls remaining in the final over!

Ferguslie won the toss and opted to bat first in the league decider at Meikleriggs on Saturday. An early wicket to Arun brought Riyaad Henry to join Hussain and we had to wait a long time for the next success as the partnership was worth 140 when Hussain (61) became the first victim of an Arun Krishna hat-trick. None of the wickets involved assistance from his team-mates – 2 were bowled and one LBW. The home side still had a platform for a good score and Henry finally departed for 118, a great effort by the captain. The final total was 248 all out in 48.5 overs with Zeeshan the main wicket-taker (9.5-0-49-5), Arun took 4 for 52 from 9 overs and Ibrahim Faisal acquitted himself well in such an important match with 5-0-26-0.

The total to win (249) seemed a testing one but may have looked out of reach when three batsmen were out with only 9 runs on the scoreboard. However, a stand between Fazal (48) and Danny (22) took the visitors to 80 but, when both were dismissed in quick succession, momentum was back with Ferguslie. With the score showing 136-6 in the 30th over, an interesting finish was in prospect. It was time for another good partnership and this was provided by Imran Mughal and Zeeshan who took the total to 192-7 when the former was out for 74. Henry’s unrestrained joy at taking the catch on the boundary showed that a potential match-winning moment had arrived. However, Zeeshan (38) and Arun (17) added a further 48 and victory was in sight. Only 5 were needed from the last over and, with the help of a close run-out (not given!), the winning runs were scored with only two balls remaining. It is only right to congratulate Ferguslie on their campaign throughout the season – our solitary loss in the season was to them at Titwood – and they were always ready to pounce if we had slipped up. Well done to Riyaad and his team.

Many congratulations to Paddy and everyone who played for our 1st XI during the season – you have written another special chapter in the history of our club.

 

 

 

 


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