This page is dedicated to Schools Cricket. Hopefully the information below will help you see what competitions are available for schools and how to ente; upcoming fixtures and results; and an explanation of all the schools coaching going on in the region.
National Primary Schools Cup
In its sixth season Cricket Scotland’s Development Flagship event for Under-10s has involved over 500 Primary Schools annually in the 8-a-side Pairs Kwik Cricket format.
In those four years the CS Development team has delivered taster sessions annually to over 5,000 primary school children the length, breadth and width of Scotland; many with the assistance of the local club network who have clearly benefitted from the increase in competition and tournaments in their areas.
Once again the 16 successful teams form the Regional and Area tournaments will gather at Doo’cot Park in Perth (on June 18) to find Scotland’s champion primary school.
2013 - Loretto
2012 - Strathkinness
2011 – James Gillespie (Edinburgh)
2010 – George Watsons
East Region Qualifying Events
Borders - June 5th
East Lothian - May 22nd
Edinburgh - June 11th
West Lothian - June 11th
National Emerging Schools `Cricket Factory Cup`
Devised to provide cricket for S1-3 pupils at schools that have little or no tradition of cricket and adapting the popular 8-a-side softball format used in the primary school event.
The numbers of schools involved (18 teams) in 2013 was a 25% increase on the inaugural year and the format has proved to be popular with schools, coaches and clubs alike.
Once again the successful teams from the 4 qualifying Regional tournaments will meet to play two semi-finals, third place play-off and the National Final at Doo’cot Park on June 19.
2013 - James Gillespies High School
2012 – Airdrie Academy
2011 – Kinross High School
East Region Qualifying Event - June 5th in Edinburgh, venue TBC
Using the very popular twenty overs aside T20 format the Secondary Schools Cup, now in its sixth year the competition was launched to provide our schools with a national competition for S1-3 pupils. Finals day involves the winners of the 4 qualifying Regional tournaments meeting in two semi-finals, third place play-off and the National Final at Doo’cot Park on June 17.
2013 - Glenalmond College
2012 – Glenalmond College
2011 – Glenalmond College
2010 – Edinburgh Academy
2009 – The High School of Glasgow
East Region Qualifying Event - May 15th at Merchiston Castle School
How to enter
All entry details for the National Competitions are below or you can simply contact your local development officer in the contacts section or Ian Sandbrook - firstname.lastname@example.org