Selkirk Cricket Club’s 1st X1 will be one of the best turned-out teams in the East League this year, thanks to the generosity of local company Four Seasons Forestry. Last week the Selkirk-based company handed over a smart new set … Continue reading
Always keen to keep up with social trends, Selkirk Cricket Club now has its own Twitter account. You can find it @Selkirkcc. Keep abreast of news, events, results and match cancellations by following the club’s official Twitter feed here.
Tomorrow night – that is, Thursday May 4th – SCC host Hawick & Wilton CC in the first round of the national Murgatroyd 20/20 Cup. Astonishingly, the weather forecast is not bad, so it would be great to see plenty … Continue reading
For the second consecutive week, Selkirk’s scheduled game in the Border Reserve League was victimised by the weather. Following last week’s cancellation at Hawick, this time it was Melrose’s ground that was deemed unfit for play. Next week’s fixture is … Continue reading
If medium-pace bowlers have a heaven they play cricket on a pitch like that produced at Philiphaugh on Saturday: soft, green, mildly damp and guaranteed to discomfort even the cockiest brand of batsman. In seamer-heaven it is always three-jumper April … Continue reading
The club is very grateful to the following sponsors for their support this season: Shirt Sponsor: Four Seasons Forestry Club Patrons: GrantKinghornPics.co.uk; Buccleuch Cleaners; Eric Prentice Joinery; Selkirk Youth Rugby Club; Brown & Muir Ltd Mini-Bus Sponsors: Hunters Mini-Buses; J.M … Continue reading
The recent splendid weather makes your correspondent fear the worst for the coming months. He is sure there is an ancient Border proverb warning: Sunshine in March; Rain in April when Cricket starts… Let us hope these fears are misplaced. … Continue reading