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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


  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, June 2021

Summer Camps are back

After a very successful All Stars Cricket and Dynamos courses at Clydesdale CC, we are delighted to confirm a couple of follow-on programmes:



We are adding 2 weekly sessions to our normal coaching programmes between now and the end of August.

A session for players aged 9 and under will run on a Friday evening from 5.15pm - 6pm. A session for players aged 9+ will run on a Friday evening from 6.30pm-8.30pm. (These sessions are only open to club members. However, we are offering a special discount to anyone who was an All Star or a Dynamo - the membership fee will be £40 less than the fee quoted on the website i.e. either £40 or £55 depending on the age of each child.) To sign-up to these sessions, we need to ask you to complete a club membership form, please:
https://n425.fmphost.com/fmi/webd#Juniors2021

We have a summer camp, running from 26-30 July. This is open to both club members and non-members:
https://www.clydesdalecricket.org.uk/YouthActivityCamps.html

Coaching/training programmes available throught the summer 2021:

Softball Activities

  • 9 and under softball sessions will run on a Friday evening from 5.15pm - 6pm.
  • Sessions for players aged 9+ will run on a Friday evening from 6.30pm-8.30pm.

Hardball Activities

  • Under 12 hardball coaching will run on Friday evenings, commencing on Friday 23 April, from 6.30pm – 8.30pm
  • Under 16 hardball coaching will run on Monday evenings, commencing on Monday 19 April, from 6.30pm – 8.30pm

Please Note: U12 / U16 refers to your cricket age.  This is the age you were at midnight on 31 August 2020.

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 the Club’s website (www.clydesdalecricket.org.uk), Twitter (@DaleCricket), TeamApp (https://clydesdalecc.teamapp.com) or phone the Clubhouse (number listed at top of the page).

For full details please download our Junior Membership Pack.

For 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

Dale back to winning ways against Stirling County

The 1st XI won a tense game at New Williamfield on Saturday by 17 runs. Opting to bat first, Paddy and Fazal opened the innings with a stand of 48 in 10 overs when Fazal (19) was dismissed, leaving skipper Paddy to see the total past 100 before he was out for the top score of 57. Three quick wickets threatened to halt momentum but 28 from Danny followed by the same score later in the innings from Bahadar (28*) – including 3 boundaries in the final over – gave a score of 211-9 in 50 overs. Morton was the main wicket-taker (10-1-43-4) with great support from Bielby and Hewage with 2 for 30 and 0 for 25 respectively from their full allocation of 10 overs each. An early wicket in the reply, a low catch by Owen from Rohan’s bowling, allowed Matthew Tweedie and Brandon McMullen to put together a stand of 120, only ended when the former was run out for 38 following a misfield. McMullen was capable of seeing his side over the winning line but his dismissal by Zeeshan for 70 signalled the end of meaningful resistance by County and they were all out for 194 in the 48th. Zeeshan took 2 for 32 in his 10 overs (1 each for Arun, Rohan, Danny and Imran) but our cause was greatly helped by four run-outs. As was mentioned on Twitter, we were saddened to see Craig Young sustain a leg injury while fielding on the boundary and we all wish him a full and speedy recovery.

 


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