This is a great initiative to engage your members and the local community, all in the effort of making your club a more welcoming place.
All the information you need to know is on the Cricket Scotland website.
Cricket West Lothian are currently seeking a Community Cricket Coach to continue the development of cricket in the region.
The Community Cricket Coach will work as part of a sport specific team to increase the number of people playing cricket and improve the quality of cricket provision across the authority.
Click Here for more specific job information.
At the East AGM, I was duly elected to serve as President of ESCA and I am looking forward to the challenges that the role will bring. At the present time the East has a thriving adult League set up, a growing youth set up and women's cricket is also starting to gain in participants. I hope we can continue to grow all areas of the game and encourage participation at all levels. Next summer will also see the East host part of the ICC World 20 20 Qualifying series in July when we will welcome to our shores some of the best players in the ICC associate nations.
Oct 2nd 2014
As a result of the disciplinary hearing on August 18/19 2014 Tahir Naseem was suspended from all competitive cricket for 3 weeks, Mohammed Sharif for 6 weeks and Farook Rafi for 6 weeks; the club's 1st XI were also docked 30 points – all penalties to apply at the start of the 2015 season. Dunnikier appealed against all the charges, claiming that they were minor infringements and worthy only of level one penalties.
Disciplinary hearing: Murrayfield Dafs 2nd XI v Dunnikier.
Following a complaint received by ESCA from Murrayfield Dafs 2nd XI about the behaviour of certain Dunnikier players and the team in general in their Division 2 match on July 20th, ESCA convened a disciplinary panel which held a hearing over two nights - August 18th and 19th.