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    Welcome to the website of the East of Scotland Cricket Association.

    We will provide you with information on the Association and its clubs, as well as fixtures and results of all matches.

    If you have any questions please do get in touch.

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View all ESCA league fixtures, results and league tables here.  All divisions are covered and results can be seen for each game.

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All league stats are collated through the season and can be viewed at anytime using our top performers section.

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ESCA run a whole host of cup competitions throughout the season.  Find out more about cup draws and results.

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ESCA Website

This website is run by the East of Scotland Cricket Association for you its member clubs.

The aim of the website is to relay committee announcements, keep clubs informed as well as providing fixtures, results and tables.  In addition by providing a forum we are looking for the clubs and its players to contribute to the topics and provide us with feedback on some key issues.

If you have any comments or requests please let us know.


NEW: Club Communications Section

Has your club missed an email? not received an update? click here now to view all the latest communications from the ESCA Committee

Latest News

2015 AGM President's Address

Phil Yelland's President's Address from the 2015 ESCA AGM has now been uploaded to the Downloads section of the website.  It can be found filed in the 'General' category.

Bill Polson's Coaching & Youth Cricket report can be found in the 'Youth Development' category.

League Structure 2016

Whilst the 2015 season has just finished, the Committee have already been giving thought to the structure for next year.

From various conversations and the excellent debate on the Forum about structure it is clear that many individuals and clubs have views on how the structure might be improved to ensure the maximum number of games can be played.



Teams are reminded that BOTH books must be scored in BOTH innings. Not every team has a scorer with them (and that can't always be helped) but Captains are reminded of their Duties in this regard. In particular, the Captain of the Batting side must ensure that BOTH SCOREBOOKS must be used while the game is in progress (it is not good enough to say “we'll get a copy at the end”) by TWO people, and that if there is no Scorer as such, members of the batting side must be deployed for this purpose.

The reason for this is obvious in that it minimises that chance of errors. In extreme cases, scoring irregularities could affect the result of the match. It may be that in the future we may have to use sanctions on teams who do not fulfill their duties in this regard.

David Potter