North-east cricket is set to have an extended run in September, despite the season being scheduled to end in the last week of August.
Cricket was back on the north-east sporting agenda at the weekend with a number of friendly games played and the promise of an extension of the game to come in September.
The chances of any cricket being played in the current season in the north-east are in the melting pot according to those who play the game in the area.
North-east cricket’s 2020 season will finally get up and running tomorrow after a frustrating wait of nearly 100 days.
North-east cricket has begun the process of getting back into action this week with clubs returning to training, while hopeful of getting a first game of the season in the near future.
Hopes of the game of cricket being played again soon in the north-east were given a boost by the Scottish Government’s announcement of a further lifting of restrictions.
Cricket clubs in the north-east have been left in a state of “limbo”, according to a senior official of the Aberdeenshire Cricket Association (ACA).
Scotland skipper Kyle Coetzer insists they’ll be ready for their shot at T20 World Cup glory – whenever the tournament takes place.
Aberdeen’s Coetzer confident Scotland’s cricketers will get crack at Australia and New Zealand after crisis
Scotland cricket captain Kyle Coetzer is confident they will be able to play sides like Australia and New Zealand after coronavirus.
Stoneywood-Dyce player-coach Jan Stander reckons it is a matter of “wait and see” over what cricket can be played this season.
North-east cricket facing summer without action – and prospect of real damage to game’s future in region
Cricket teams at all levels are slowly coming to the realisation that they face a summer without playing a game – this despite earlier optimism.
Michael Leask insists Scotland’s cricketers won’t be going to next year’s T20 World Cup just to make up the numbers.
Scotland coach Shane Burger praised his players for beating Papua New Guinea at Mannofield – but believes they can still improve.
The chief executive of Cricket Scotland hopes the north-east public can help the national team get off to a winning start in their bid to reach the 2023 World Cup.
Scotland are on course to become the next full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC), according to the chief executive of Cricket Scotland.
Over 180 children took part in the first ever Redball Cricket Festival at Aberdeenshire Cricket Club (ACC) at Mannofield