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wytbu8 Sep 14 2016 - 6:57pm
Unfortunately, the restrictions of using a Survey Monkey mean we are limited as to how many further views we can take.
wytbu8 Sep 14 2016 - 6:32pm
Please find attached development pathway and below the schedule for 2016/17 Aberdeen City-Shire Area satellite sessions which will take place at Sheddocksley Leisure Centre.
wytbu8 Sep 12 2016 - 8:43pm
City Clubs are encouraged to respond and to copy
wytbu8 Sep 7 2016 - 9:32pm
The cloud cover cleared away at Buckie to give the sides some glorious September sunshine for the first Grades Select match between the Associations for many years. Overnight rain gave the pitch a sporting look. The NoSCA side won the toss and had no hesitation in putting Grades Select in to bat. Win and Grover played out 2 opening maidens from Hough and Hussein as some tennis ball type bounce made batting difficult. A 3 from Win signalled the start of a flurry of runs, but it was no surprise when Grover edged behind for 4. The next over was eventful as Win fell after a classy 26 to the 2nd ball, immediately followed by Ahmed hitting a 4 first ball and then snicking behind the next ball to leave the Grades Select side 40 for 3. The sudden clatter of wickets had no effect on Perera as he cracked the final 2 balls of the over to the boundary. Perera put on 46 with Doley before he was out for a rapid 28. The introduction of Newlands put the brakes on the scoring and once he had Doley caught behind for 21 any chance of posting a big score looked unlikely. Pant top scored on 31 but wickets fell regularly as the Grades Select side were bowled out for 148 off 37.4 overs.
wytbu8 Sep 5 2016 - 12:07pm
The curtain descended on Grades cricket for another season in traditional form, as Grade 1 champions Bon Accord made it cup success at the third attempt when they comfortably beat league runners-up and Small Clubs Cup winners AGSFPs at the
wytbu8 Sep 4 2016 - 9:36am
For the second time in a week a club who had hoped to complete their league season with a hundred per cent record fell at the final hurdle as champions Bon Accord went down by five wickets to runners-up AGSFPs in their final game at the Links. Ellon meantime warmed up for their cup final against Bon Accord on Sunday, with Jon Barrett taking four wickets as they comfortably disposed of Academy, while Mannofield celebrated retention of their Grade 1 status as they beat Crescent at Kings College, and Knight Riders beat relegated Gordonians at Groats Road, Rowan Vaduganathan top-scoring with an undefeated 70.
wytbu8 Aug 28 2016 - 9:50pm
Following a recent meeting of the Competitions Sub-Committee two adjudications have been issued. Neither has been further appealed.
1) Rule 15 Protest –
wytbu8 Aug 28 2016 - 9:44pm
Before you put away your scorebooks, club secretaries are requested to submit their player statistics. Forms can be downloaded from the “Downloads” section under "Contents" found on the left hand side of this web page
wytbu8 Aug 28 2016 - 9:29am
Please find attached
wytbu8 Aug 28 2016 - 8:55am
With Grades 2 to 4 now complete principal interest at the weekend will focus on whether Bon Accord can not only retain the Grade 1 title, but do so with a 100 percent record; and also complete a league-cup double in Sunday’s re-scheduled final of the Aberdeenshire Cup.
As last weekend in Grade 3 the final round of games pitches first against second as Bon Accord take on AGSFPs at the Links in what will be the first league meeting between the clubs this season, the reverse fixture – as that between Ellon and Academy – having been void. The league leaders will therefore be particularly anxious not to slip at the final hurdle, which saw Reid Cup winners Grampian, previously unbeaten, lose out for the Grade 3 league title in their final match against 2nd Knight Riders at Sheddocksley on Sunday by less than a percentage point, although in this case the destination of the league title seems assured irrespective on the outcome.
wytbu8 Aug 25 2016 - 8:22pm
Although ground conditions meant that Sunday’s scheduled Aberdeenshire Cup Final was unable to proceed, and the Bon Accord Cup needed to be re-located from Methlick to Inverurie, Saturday’s rain relented just long enough for Saturday’s three finals to be completed, with Inverurie and Grampian both completing league-cup doubles.
wytbu8 Aug 21 2016 - 10:58pm
Please Note Due to a waterlogged pitch at the Lairds Ground (Methlick) the Bon Accord Cup final venue is now at
wytbu8 Aug 20 2016 - 10:28am
Inverurie confirmed their promotion to Grade 1 in emphatic form as Chris Watson with an undefeated 143 and George Hadden combined to score 220 for an unbroken second wicket stand against third-placed Queens Cross-Stoneywood-Dyce at the Duthie Park, while in second place Kintore-Kemnay also confirmed their promotion with a win over Fraserburgh, whose points were nevertheless enough to see them along with Banchory, stabilise their positions in Grade 2 for a further year, and relegate 2nd AGSFPs, whose game was the latest at Methlick to fall void.
wytbu8 Aug 14 2016 - 9:36pm
The men’s national team have 2 very important games coming up against Hong Kong at The Grange, Edinburgh on the 8th and 10th of September. In a new move we are looking to have a female mascot on each of the days to accompany Preston Mommsen (Captain) at the toss out in the middle as well as meeting women’s captain
wytbu8 Aug 11 2016 - 10:09pm
wytbu8 Aug 9 2016 - 8:51pm
With the sun finally on their backs Grade 1 leaders Bon Accord, anchored by another century from the prolific Fazal Awan, took another step towards their cherished aim of finishing the Grade 1 season with a hundred per cent record as they defeated relegation-threatened Mannofield at the Links; while Gordonians, bolstered by a century from all-rounder Chamila Perera, recorded just their second victory of the season over a Cults-Artisans-St Ronald side, who being unable to play at their home ground find themselves occupying an unfamiliar lower mid-table position this year. Lahore Karahi meantime were pushed closer to Grade 2 as, despite a half-century from Kaleem Imran, they lost out to Academy at Sheddocksley, and there were also wins in the top league for AGSFPs and Crescent.
wytbu8 Aug 7 2016 - 3:26pm
The Grades Select match against an SPCU Select has been cancelled due to the clash with the Turriff Cup quarter-finals. The Grades Select will however, play a NoSCA Select at Buckie on Sunday 4th September. All spectators are welcomed
wytbu8 Aug 6 2016 - 11:27pm
There were few surprises in another rain-affected programme in the top division of the Grades at the weekend, as Bon Accord comfortably beat Crescent to remain on course for the Grade 1 title, while at the foot Mannofield, despite losing to Academy following a century from the visitors’ Abhinav Kache, gained valuable points ahead of Lahore Karahi & Gordonians; and there was a comfortable win for AGSFPs over homeless Cults-Artisans-St Ronald at the Duthie Park.
MrPurple Jul 31 2016 - 10:04pm
Thank you to all that have responded so far.
We have plenty of places for the upcoming summer camp from the 9th, 10th and 11th August.
wytbu8 Jul 26 2016 - 12:18am
A 39-ball century from AGSFPs’ Karan Anand, backed up by half-centuries from
wytbu8 Jul 24 2016 - 8:33pm
Please find attached a flyer for the Girls only Kwik Cricket festival being held at the very picturesque Doo’cot Park on Sunday 21st August. The festival will be followed by a National Women’s Regional Series match; so the present and the future of Scottish Women’s cricket at the same venue!
If your club wishes to attend, please contact
wytbu8 Jul 24 2016 - 10:38am
Due to the waterlogged pitch this camp has been postponed until further notice
wytbu8 Jul 20 2016 - 9:27pm
The Management Committee of the Association met on Friday July 15th to review a range of issues relating to outstanding fixtures, and to make provisional arrangements for the Cup Finals due in August.
The Vice-President informed the Committee that, due to personal circumstances, the President had recently had to return to
wytbu8 Jul 20 2016 - 4:30pm
This weekend it seemed to be problems of holiday player non-availability that dominated the programme, rather than pitch or weather issues, as only 2 games were completed in Grade 3 and only 1 in Grade 4.
At the top of Grade 1 meantime Bon Accord’s progress towards the title continued unabated as, with yet another century from Fazal Awan, they comfortably disposed of Gordonians at Countesswells, while Mannofield strengthened their chances of grade 1 survival as they beat Lahore Karahi at the Duthie Park, and Cults-Artisans-StRonald recorded a 32-run victory over Ellon at the Links.
wytbu8 Jul 18 2016 - 5:00pm
Women’s Cricket Manager required. Please find attached documentation.
wytbu8 Jul 14 2016 - 9:47pm
The weather gods once again had the final say in the Aberdeenshire Grades, as following a week of confusion in which the Management Committee tried their best to bring cup competitions back onto schedule, the vast majority of games finished up being void or scratched.
The scratchings included the remaining quarter-final of the Aberdeenshire Cup where Lahore Karahi scratched to Gordonians, rendering the changes agreed by the Committee to Saturday’s league programme, including bringing forward the game between Academy & Crescent, abortive; while at Grade 3 level arrangements for the Reid Cup Semi-final between Grampian & Siyapa remain unresolved, with the clubs still seemingly unable to agree a mutually acceptable date to replace the 7-day replay Rule which a majority of the Committee had earlier indicated that, in default of agreement, they would probably be required to enforce.
wytbu8 Jul 11 2016 - 12:01am
Further to the posting below http://www.acagrades.org.uk/node/1383 as part of the restructuring at Cricket
wytbu8 Jul 7 2016 - 9:14am
Clubs will be aware that last weekend’s Reid Cup semi-final between Grampian & Siyapa, and Sunday’s postponed Aberdeenshire Cup quarter-final between Lahore Karahi & Arrowdawn Gordonians were both washed out.
Under Association Rules the default date for these games to be rescheduled is within 7 days or at the discretion of the Management Committee, should clubs jointly approach the Committee with an acceptable alternative arrangement. To date no such submissions have been received.
wytbu8 Jul 6 2016 - 10:46pm
Weather again took a hand in the Aberdeenshire Grades on Saturday, as a majority of the league games in Grade 1 finished as void; and affairs between the clubs will now need to be determined in the reverse fixtures scheduled for the final weekend of the season.
Those involved in the cup semi-finals proved however to be made of sterner stuff, preferring to finalise matters dodging the showers rather than have to play re-scheduled ties; and allowing participants in two of the three Cup Finals to be determined definitively at the first attempt.
wytbu8 Jul 3 2016 - 6:12pm
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