Club News

Former club professional Bob (Dutchy) Holland

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It is with regret that the club announces the the passing of former professional Bob Holland.  The legspinner who in 1984 became Australia’s third-oldest Test debutant of all time, has died at the age of 70. Holland had been diagnosed with … Read More

Murgitroyd T20 Finals Day

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Please be advised that Cricket Scotland have agreed to postpone the semi-final and final until early 2018. This has been due to the the unseasonable rain fall experienced and the competing clubs agreeing with us that they would all struggle … Read More

It’s all about the Silverware (Part 1)this weekend in the Citylets Scottish cup Final

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Sonians travel to Broughty Ferry, Dundee this weekend to compete in the Scottish Cup Final. Having seen off potential challenges from Stenhousemuir CC, Ayr CC, and Heriots CC the team now face near neighbours Carlton in the showpiece final. Chalmers … Read More

Murgitroyd Final re scheduled for WAT20NIANS

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Due to rain that had fallen in biblical proportions of late the much awaited Murgitroyd T20 Finals will take place  on 27th August. We are playing our semi-final against Dumfries at the Ferguslie Cricket Club and the final will be … Read More

Broon on the boil with ball!

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Brown instigated the collapse by taking his 3 wickets in the first few overs and winning a well deserved the man of the match in the process. Jersey responded well to us attacking the small total by grabbing 4 wickets, … 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.”