Cricket teams at all levels are slowly coming to the realisation that they face a summer without playing a game – this despite earlier optimism.
Aberdeenshire travel to Perth tomorrow bidding to make their position safe in the Premier League.
Aberdeenshire’s chances of avoiding relegation from the Eastern Premier look slim, going into the last three games of the season.
Stoneywood-Dyce travel to Edinburgh tomorrow for one of the most significant weekends in the short history of the club.
Aberdeenshire have turned to their second team for inspiration tomorrow in a bid to return to winning ways at home to Arbroath United.
Not for the first time in the month of June this season, all four north-east teams came out second best on Eastern Premier and Strathmore Union business.
Aberdeen’s two Eastern Premier teams will be aiming to find some form tomorrow before they meet the following week.
Only days away from the start of the national leagues, Aberdeen’s two top cricket captains are preparing to take on the leading lights of the Eastern Premiership.
Aberdeenshire’s run of wins in the Eastern Premier came to an end in Broughty Ferry where they were soundly beaten by Forfarshire, who ran out 230-run winners in a totally one-sided game.
Aberdeenshire came unstuck in their first game of the season in the Eastern Premier Division in Edinburgh.