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Aberdeenshire/Mannofield cc Summer Cricket Coaching will be running a series of cricket coaching days at their Mannofield ground during July and August please find attached details 

wytbu8  Jun 10 2018 - 11:27pm   

Please note below a link to the security message that went out to all ticket holders this week from Paul Macari (Cricket Scotland Commercial Manager) https://mailchi.mp/a12c6cb282e8/scotland-v-england-match-information?e=[UNIQID]

wytbu8  Jun 6 2018 - 2:01pm   

Ellon Gordon stole the headlines in the Grades games, setting a record total score for the Aberdeenshire Grades at Rubislaw where they racked up an astonishing 459 for the loss of only one wicket from their allocation of 45 overs, stunning 2nd AGSFPs in the process. Opener Brian Veldsman led the way with 170 in the company of fellow opener Stuart Davies who was on an unbeaten 155 when the Ellon Gordon innings closed. First wicket down batsman Jon Barrett also got in on the act, hitting 107 not out. Not surprisingly the home side failed to match the fireworks of the visitors, but battled on, valiantly reaching 122 for seven from their 45 overs in the Grade 2 fixture.
In the top Grades game of the day, the shoot out in the sun at the Links in Grade 1, Bon Accord just held off the challenge of last years league champions AGSFPs. Set 190 to win, AGSFPs looked down and out at 86 for eight, but battled back to come within 35 runs of the home total, thanks to a half century stand between captain Rob Swiergon(67) and Roland Knudson(37). On a day of fine performances home captain Tauqeer Malik stared with the ball, taking four for 18, while Andy Win rescued the home batting with a patient 56. Knudson made claims for man of the match with four for 27 when Bon Accord batted. Malik admitted to being a relieved man at the end of the game, and said “This was a great game of cricket, AGSFPs pushed us all the way”. Swiergon was gracious in defeat and said “They probably just about deserved to win. We gave them 30 runs too many when they batted, but it was a great advert for the local game. There’s a lot of cricket to be played before the title is decided”. Elsewhere in the division Knight Riders and Crescent kept their title hopes alive with solid wins, while on any other day Gordonians 298 for three wickets would have represented a huge score in Grade 2, but given Ellon Gordon’s massive total it paled into insignificance, but was nevertheless a clear message that their 209 win will give the Gordon Park side something to think about before the two meet later on in the season.
In Grade 3 only one game was started down at Balmoral but was washed out after the first innings whilst the other games in Grade 3 were not played due to clubs unable to raise teams. An alarming state of affairs this early in the season.
By Jack Nixon
Sunday saw AGSFPs make amends for a disappointing Saturday as they took on Grampian in the first round of the Aberdeenshire Cup by setting up a grand total of 303 for 5 led by an unbeaten 177 by Karan Anand ably supported with 62 by Connor McKinney setting a total that the Grampian home side could only muster 81 as the guts of the Grampian batsman were bowled out by Harry Mapplebeck taking 5 for 18.

wytbu8  Jun 3 2018 - 7:42pm   

The wonderful early summer weather has certainly given Grades cricket a great opportunity to showcase itself, a chance grabbed by a number of batsmen who amply demonstrated their skills in the May sunshine. In Grade 1, Akhlaq Bashir blasted his way to 126 for Bon Accord in a game at the Links where they beat Academy, while John Varghese stroked his way to an unbeaten 111 for Grampian in the victory over Mannofield. There were also solid knocks from Karan Anand (56) for AGSFPs and a match winning unbeaten 84 for Rowan Vaduganathan for Knight Riders at Kellands Park, while in the same match Chris Watson hit 59 for Inverurie.

wytbu8  May 28 2018 - 3:18pm   

MCC Laws of Cricket App https://www.lords.org/news/2016-2/may/mcc-releases-laws-of-cricket-app/ available to download free on Android and Apple devices.

wytbu8  May 24 2018 - 11:03pm   

On Sunday 27th May 2018 sees the Grades Select side travel to Gordonstoun against a NoSCA Select side who are celebrating their 125th anniversary. The match is scheduled to start at 13:00 with all supporters welcomed. The Grades Select team will be led by Tauqeer Malik (Bon Accord), Rob Swiergon (AGSFPs), Alex Keith (AGSFPs), Karan Anand (AGSFPs), Eddie Steinson (AGSFPs), Leston D’Costa (AGSFPs), Chris Watson (Inverurie), Scott White (Inverurie), Jordan Thom (Inverurie), Fraser Lawrence (Fraserburgh) and Ahklaq Bashir (Bon Accord).

wytbu8  May 24 2018 - 10:58pm   

Clubs entered into the Turriff Cup are reminded to arrange a date with your opposition and advise the ACA secretary on acagradess@gmail.com indicating if a town pitch requires to be booked. The matches can be played either during the weekdays or on a Sunday agreed by both clubs if no clash with other fixtures. Original and reserve dates to be agreed and notified by 30th June and fixtures to be completed by 31st July. Semi-finals and final provisionally first weekend in September 2018. Dates for the sevens being considered at Rubislaw and Harlaw are yet to be confirmed.

wytbu8  May 23 2018 - 1:42pm   

Please note as advised at the ACA 2018 Spring Meeting it has not been possible to add the Cup Fixtures to CricketStats, meanwhile the Cup Fixtures and Results will continue to be published on this ACA Grades WEB site under the relevant Cup matches. Therefore, you are requested to Text in your Cup results to the Grades Hotline 07910 279627 and to send a photograph of the score books to the grades email address acagradess@gmail.com the Dates and Venues for the Turriff Cup and the P&J 7’s Cups will be published as soon as suitable venues and dates can be agreed.

wytbu8  May 21 2018 - 11:01am   

The continuing spell of good weather has clearly lifted the spirits of cricketers in all the Grades, not least in the Grade 1 game between Mannofield and Stoneywood-Dyce at Harlaw where 15 year old Stuart Lister made hay while the sun shone with a sparkling century. The 115 runs clocked up by the teenager were a first of a ton for him before going on to open the batting for the senior side in their Scottish Cup tie on Sunday when he faced the world class attack of a RH Corstorphine side which included Majid Haq and Hammad Azam. Not to be outdone Indika Yahathugoda stepped up to the mark, scoring a stunning 171 of his own to win the game for Mannofield in a match that yielded 498 runs. But while the two were performing miracles, across the city AGSFPs and Knight Riders were enjoying their own shoot out in the sun. The pity of this match was that neither side deserved to lose, although in Karan Anand, the defending champions had the man of the match who not only hit a sumptuous unbeaten 99 to steer his side home but took four wickets for 23 to restrict the visitors to 193 for eight. In the meantime, Bon Accord were more sedately keeping themselves in the title race with a convincing 82 run win, making a huge dent in the prospects of Inverurie in the process. Not for the first time Fazal Awan stepping up to the mark with a half century and five wickets. It was much closer in the game between Crescent and Grampian at the Links where the league's newcomers made 150 but made the home side struggle all the way before easing home with only two wickets in hand and 3 balls to spare. Cults continue to struggle in the top grade and were no match for Academy who were convincing eight wicket winners at home to the Allan Park side.

wytbu8  May 21 2018 - 10:29am   

The ACA Management Committee are pleased to advise that Isobel Reid (widely known as the Kemnay-Kintore scorer) has recently agreed to assist the ACA Committee in carrying out some of its administrative duties, including record management and supporting the ACA committees, as we look to move towards SCIO status and move towards succession planning for existing office bearers.

As indicated in the ACA 2018 Handbook all communications with the ACA, including protests, requests for advice on interpretation of Rules, or disciplinary references should now be sent to the Grades new centralised e-mail address acagradess@gmail.com where Isobel will monitor and distribute them to members of the ACA Committee as appropriate. 

wytbu8  May 17 2018 - 8:17pm   
 
Important Info

ALL Correspondence for the ACA Grades is to be directed to acagradess@gmail.com (note 2 ss in acagradess@gmail.com) and NOT to Individuals on the ACA Committee.

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ONLY CUP MATCHES TO BE TEXTED TO THIS HOTLINE NUMBER (including Photo of Score Books or Photo emailed to acagradess@gmail.com). All Other results must be entered into CricketStats by 8.15pm on the day of the match concerned. The Format used should be "1st team batting total with overs, top two batsman, top two bowlers, 2nd team batting total with overs, top two batsman, top two bowlers"s


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