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

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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

Umpiring and Other Matters

The season is now well begun, and the weather has been considerably kinder than it has been some summers. A great deal of good cricket has been played, and generally speaking, the amount of "incidents" have been few. There have been however a disturbing amount of complaints about inadequate Umpiring reaching our ears, and we are appealing to all Captains (and indeed to all players) to play the game in a positive and honest manner. Several points must be made about Umpiring. I stress here that I am talking of Club Umpiring.


Tranent v Edinburgh 2 - 25 April 2015

The Disciplinary Hearing for this game was held at Cricket Scotland on the night of May 27 2015.


Last Man Stands - Edinburgh Open

It's open to 24 teams altogether over the bank holiday weekend after the last August match of the season (Sunday 30th and Monday 31st August).  I appreciate this is an English bank holiday so many may need to take Monday off work to compete!  Entry is first come first served, and the tournament structure / fees are detailed below.  Bottom line it works out at £50pp with three - five matches and includes a show at the fringe on the Sunday night for all 200 odd players - we are looking into getting a special showing for LMS players and supporters to make it a special event.  There's also a £1000 prize (in form of vouchers which can be used on entry and travel to future LMS tours) for the winning team.


160th Anniversary Celebration For Fauldhouse

160th Anniversary Celebration For Fauldhouse.

On Sunday an ESCA President's XI headed to Eastfield Park to help Fauldhouse Victoria celebrate their 160th anniversary.


Grow Your Cricket Club Workshop

You may have seen an article on the Cricket Scotland website announcing the partnership with Sports Marketing Network - http://www.cricketscotland.com/news/article/creating-thriving-scottish-cricket-clubs
We will be working closely with them to deliver the `Thriving Clubs` programme that will provide support and advice to all cricket clubs that attend the workshop.
There will also be an opportunity for these clubs to apply for bespoke support  to help them become a `Thriving Cricket Club`.
To be eligible for the bespoke support over a two-year period, you have to attend the `Grow Your Cricket Club` Workshop on May 21st, Myreside, 7pm and then complete the application form that will be available afterwards.
10 clubs will be selected nationally for this programme according to some specific criteria. And to be clear, this programme is open to clubs of all shapes and sizes. The over-riding premise is that the club is willing to embrace change and have the drive to become a central part of their community.
I`m very confident that you will enjoy the workshop and will come out of it with some tangible support and ideas that can really help your club develop.
Ian Sandbrook
Acting Head of Community Development
Direct Line | 0131 313 7426