St Michael's Cricket Club
playing and promoting cricket in the Dumfries area
The U10 and Girls' sides will make up the “St Michael’s Development” section with the U10’s aiming to play a minimum of six age-specific and the Girls side (dependent on new recruits) playing a minimum of three softball games in the 2013 season.
The Under 16 and U13 sides will make up “St Michaels Cricket Academy” with both sides aiming to play a minimum of six age-specific hardball games in the 2011 season. The U16 side (sponsored by Brammer UK Ltd in 2010) will have Arran Seymour and Ross Crawford as captain and vice-captain respectively. The U13 side (sponsored by Happy Faces in 2010) will be coached by Colin Taylor and Chris Brockwell.
2010 Brammer UK Ltd U16 X1
Ashlea Construction T20 XI
Ashlea Construction T20 XI will play each week in the Dumfries Midweek League every summer. In 2011 it is anticipated that the majority of players in this team will come from our junior section, supported by our overseas players Jamie Gibson and Corey Larsen, with a few seasoned campaigners available as back-up.
The Midweek XI has consistently performed well in the Dumfries midweek competitions, winning the Midweek League Cup in 2004 and the Midweek Shield in 2008. In 2009, the side came near to pulling off a spectacular double, winning the League again and finishing as runners-up in the newly-constituted Super Cup.
John Pagan & Son Sunday XI
The remainder of our Sunday fixtures will also have a heavy emphasis on junior player development to provide further playing opportunities for young players. The fixtures are informal friendlies with senior players supporting the youngsters as they learn.
Brammer UK Ltd Kingholm
The Club Committee has again decided that, for the 2012 season and beyond, the Club's Second XI are committed to playing a minimum of two Under 16 players in all Western District Cricket Union Championship fixtures. The Club firmly believes that the 2nd X1 is a vehicle for junior members to gain regular league cricket experience and should be the breeding ground for future 1st X1 players.
Junior Head Coach, Davey Fallas (pictured left) confirmed “We are all very proud of this initiative as it gives members of our junior section the opportunity to play competitive cricket at varying levels. It will develop not only their cricketing ability but their confidence and self esteem.”
St Michael's Cricket Club Website by Colin Taylor
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