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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

Coaching/training programmes available throught the summer 2021:

Softball Activities

  • All Stars Cricket will run from Friday 7 May – Friday 25 June (both dates inclusive), from 5pm – 6pm
  • Dynamos Cricket will run on Monday 10 May – Monday 28 June (both dates inclusive), from 5pm – 6pm
  • Under 12 softball sessions will run from Monday 5 July – Monday 30 August (both dates inclusive), from 5pm – 6pm

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

 

1st XI league cricket, sunshine all day, and a Dale win!

Our 1st XI began the home league fixtures with a 2 wicket win over Dumfries on Saturday. Opting to bat first, and losing an early wicket, the visitors recovered to 52 before the next wicket fell. Thereafter, the major partnership needed to give substance to the innings could not be found and, from a promising base of 70-3, the innings was ended in the 45th over for 144. Outstanding figures were recorded by Kasim Farid (10-1-27-5) with good support from Danny Cairns (10-4-20-1). Two wickets each were taken by Bahadar and Arun. Joint top scorers with 26 were Scott Beveridge and James Cox.

A bright opening stand of 32 between Paddy and Sheryar looked to pave the way for a successful run chase until Paddy was given out LBW. A superb effort by Chris Brockwell for Dumfries, who took 6 for 31 from 10 overs, made the pursuit an anxious watch but the winning line was finally reached at 145-8 in 30 overs. Although there was no individual innings to hold our reply together, valuable twenties came from Owen Gould, Fazal Jawad and Bahadar Esakhiel. How Dumfries must have wished for a further 25-30 runs in order to put pressure on our batsmen!

Ferguslie, Prestwick & Clydesdale have all won both of their games and we visit Henry Thow Oval next Saturday.

Comfortable win for Dale in Scottish Cup

The second home game of the weekend saw Stoneywood Dyce defeated by 156 runs in the CS Scottish Cup. Clydesdale won the toss and batted, unfortunately losing Sheryar with the total on 12. That brought Craig Young to the wicket and a stand of 76 with Paddy (out for 51) put the home side back on course for a good score. The innings was then magnificently lead by Craig, undefeated at the end with 122*, good support coming from Fazal with 49. David Kidd had 2 for 59 from his 10 overs but 285-5 promised to be a daunting total to chase.

Mainly through the efforts of Andrew Rayner (30) and Jack Lambley (28), the early reply was in touch with the scoring rate required but the regular fall of wickets and accompanying scoreboard pressure saw the visitors dismissed for 129 in the 31st over. Danny concluded a good weekend with the ball by taking 5 for 28 from his 10 overs.

The win sees us to the quarter-finals with a very short journey to near neighbours Langside (formerly Weirs CC) at Albert Park on 4th July.

 


© 2012 by D A Hart