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EAST OF SCOTLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION

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  • E.S.C.A.

    E.S.C.A.

    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.

  • E.S.C.A.

    E.S.C.A.

    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.

  • E.S.C.A.

    E.S.C.A.

    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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FIXTURES & RESULTS

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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TOP PERFORMERS

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

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CUP COMPETITIONS

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.

 

Latest News

Masterton Trophy

1. To clear up a certain confusion caused by there being several versions of the rules in existence, a head high bouncer should be called a WIDE not a NO BALL

2. It is mandatory that, after a dismissal, the incoming and the outgoing batsmen should cross ON THE FIELD OF PLAY.

David Potter

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Match Returns - IMPORTANT

Following the first round of games, although I am generally pleased with the standard of Match Returns, I am disturbed to note that a few Returns do not have the name of the Catcher and works like "Unknown" appear. THERE IS NO-ONE CALLED "UNKNOWN" WHO PLAYS LEAGUE CRICKET! The name of the fielder taking a catch is entitled to have his name recorded, and it is the duty of the CAPTAINS  to confer at the end of a game and satisfy themselves that the Scorebooks are correct. This MUST include the names of the fielders taking a catch!

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Vacancy: Livingston CC Club Development Officer

This post, supported by SportScotland, will deliver quality extra-curricular coaching sessions, will build the important link between schools and Livingston Cricket Club and will play a key role in the on-going development of Livingston Cricket Club. 

A key to this role is generating interest in the sport and recruiting young people, particularly of school age, into long term participation in a safe and nurturing environment.

 

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Complaints and Discipline 2016

As was announced at the pre-season meeting on 19th April 2016, there are now two new documents in the Complaints and Discipline part of the downloads section of the website setting out the process which will be used in 2016 and a form to be completed if a complaint is going to be made.

Obviously it would be great if there were no complaints but the document setting out the process, which has a link to the Cricket Scotland code of conduct is there to help guide clubs in the event that a complaint is to be made. Any complaints should be submitted in the first instance to the Competitions Convener.

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Eve Mawdsley Fair Play Award

At the Cricket Scotland AGM in Glasgow a couple of weeks ago, the clubs that competed in the ESCA Championship in 2015 were jointly awarded the prestigious Eve Mawdsley Fair Play Award, having been nominated by the umpires.

In their nomination the umpires commented that the clubs had behaved well to each other and the umpires and that there had been an atmosphere of mutual respect.

This is an award that the clubs can be rightly proud of and sets a high standard as we start the new season.

Phil Yelland (ESCA President)

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