Club News

Senior Winter Training

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Senior Winter training will begin on Thursday 11th January 2018 from 6-7.30pm at the George Watson’s College PE department.  Sessions will run at the same time every Thursday evening thereafter, up to and including 29th March 2018. All new members … Read More

The Bryce Sisters secure Women’s Big Bash League opportunities through the ICC Rookie Placement Programme

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ICC’s Women Cricket Officer, Holly Colvin: “It is fantastic to collaborate once again with the Women’s Big Bash League which provides an unrivalled opportunity to eight rising stars” • Head of Big Bash, Kim McConnie: “Women’s cricket across the globe … Read More

Youth Sessions start this Saturday, October 7th

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  Delighted that the Autumn sessions start this Saturday, as usual run by 619 coaching. Schedule as below. All welcome, girls and boys of all experience. Autumn Timings • P3 9-10:15 • P4 10:15-11:30 • U11 1-2:30 (mostly P5 and … Read More

FREE First Two Training Sessions. Watsonian Ladies Cricket Club: Looking for players

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Watsonian Ladies Cricket Club are recruiting. We are part of the well-established Watsonian Cricket Club. Watsonian Ladies is an open club and is keen for new members to come along. All ages and abilities are welcome, we are a fun … Read More

WCC Annual Cricket Dinner and Awards Evening – Save the date!!!!!

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The club are proposing to hold the above event at Myreside on the evening of the 25/11/17, more details to follow shortly



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.”