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For those of us young enough to remember, Julia Price ex Australian Ladies wicket keeper who played for the club 2 XI has been made an Honorary Life member of the MCC

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Home      News      July      All female list of 37 elected Honorary Life Members All female list of 37 elected Honorary Life Members Published: 19 July 2017 Isa Guha was welcomed to the Club by fellow Member Charlotte Edwards … Read More

Watsonian CC stuck to their plans and are crowned T20 Champions in the East

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George (Muns Guns)Munsey played one of the best innings ever seen in a Murgitroyd Masterton Trophy final as Watsonians defeated Heriot’s in a thriller at Grange Loan. The Scotland cap made 118 off just 51 balls, hitting eight fours and … Read More

Zorro Bryce’ cuts them to pieces!

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Well another Sunday morning, the bottles and champagne corks have been tidied away after another stunning Thirds victory – or was that Calum Martin and Tom Counsel’s consumption after Friday’s celebratory school leaving party ??. It was just as well … Read More

Records Galore!

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24th June 2017 was a record breaking day for the 1st XI when they visited Falkland in the East Premier League. In amassing a total of 440 for 4 in their 50 overs, the club’s previous record score of 383 … Read More

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After a record breaking weekend with a massive win in the CSL Premiership for the 1XI, the teams attention turned to our trip to Ayr on the Sunday in the 1/4 finals of the Scottish Cup. I am glad to say … Read More



The Club is delighted to announce a new partnership with our near neighbours on Colinton Road, Edinburgh Napier University, who will be the club’s principal sponsor for 2016 & 2017. We look forward to a fruitful relationship over the sponsorship period, which will both increase the opportunities for all students to participate in cricket and support other projects of benefit to the sports science department.


The Club is delighted to announce another new partnership with Guardian Estates. David Finlay, Director at Guardian Estates, said: “We are big cricket fans and understand the important role of grass-roots clubs, not just in nurturing young talent and promoting the sport, but the role they play in benefiting the community as a whole. As an Edinburgh based company, we are delighted to be able to support a local club – with which we have close connection – who have a fantastic history of helping young players reach their potential.”