16th November 2018

  Welcome to Forfarshire Cricket Club
Based at Forthill Community Sports Club in Broughty Ferry, Forfarshire Cricket Club runs four senior teams and a thriving junior section with teams at under 18, under 16, under 14 and under 12 levels. Qualified coaches provide all year round high quality junior coaching for boys and girls. 

Forfarshire 1st XI plays in the Cricket Scotland Eastern Premier Division, finishing 3rd in 2016 and 7th in 2017, while the 2nd XI play in the North East Championship which they won in 2015. The 3rd and 4th teams play in the SPCU with a focus on enjoyment, player development and young players making the transition from junior to senior cricket. 

2017 saw significant improvements made to club facilities at the Mackays Forthill ground with a new three-lane custom built covered practice area and a new electronic scoreboard installed while the hospitality marquee and barbecue area has rejuvenated the match-day experience for players and spectators alike. 

The club welcomes all ages and abilities whether as a player or spectator - click on one of the links below for more information.

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Forthill Community Sports Club AGM - Wednesday 28th November

Forthill Community Sports Club AGM - Wednesday 28th November The Annual General Meeting of Forthill Community Sports Club is being held at Forthill on Wednesday 28th November starting at 7.00pm. All members of F.......

Autumn Catch Up - Saturday 17th November at Forthill

Autumn Catch Up - Saturday 17th November at Forthill Come along to Forthill on Saturday 17th November for the Forfs Autumn Catch-Up - everyone is welcome! Watch Scotland v South Africa from Murrayfield .......

2018 Trophy Winners Announced

2018 Trophy Winners Announced Forfarshire's end of season presentation took place at Forthill on Friday 26th October to mark the individual and team successes of 2018. Congratulati.......

Annual General Meeting - Thursday 22nd November at 7.30pm

Annual General Meeting - Thursday 22nd November at 7.30pm The 2018 Annual General Meeting of Forfarshire Cricket Club will take place in the Forthill clubhouse at 7.30pm on Thursday 22nd November. All members.......

Vote for Forthill - Aviva Community Grant

Vote for Forthill - Aviva Community Grant Forthill has been nominated for a grant from the Aviva Community Fund to install disabled facilities in the clubhouse such as a toilet and access impr.......

CricHIIT Winter Sessions - indoors at Eastern Primary School

CricHIIT Winter Sessions - indoors at Eastern Primary School After the success of the summer sessions, CricHIIT is back for the winter - indoors at Eastern Primary School - starting on Friday 26th October at 6.3.......

2018 Awards Night - Friday 26th October (7.30pm)

2018 Awards Night - Friday 26th October (7.30pm) Forfarshire's annual Awards Night takes place at Forthill on Friday 26th October starting at 7.30pm. All players, members, supporters, friends and fa.......

Ladies Night - Friday 2nd November at Forthill

Ladies Night - Friday 2nd November at Forthill The annual 'Ladies Night' is being held at Forthill Community Sports Club on Friday 2nd November and an invitation is extended to the lady friends and.......
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Date: Sun 09 Sep 2018
 1st XIHeriots Lost 14 runs D/L
Date: Sat 08 Sep 2018
 1st XIStirling County Won 9 wickets
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 3rd XIStoneywood Dyce XI CANCELLED
 Under 18Poloc u18 Won by 8 wkts
2017 match reports and news can be found here
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Forfarshire got their 2018 Eastern Premiership campaign off to a winning start with a 5 wicket win over visitors Watsonians.

Choosing to bowl first an early drop off Christian was soon forgotten when Michael Leask then Chris Greaves both held sharp slip catches to remove opener Hindmarsh followed by E.Chalmers. A covers catch from Scott gave Bill his first Forfs wicket before he bowled dangerman Carson who had reached 33 from 62 balls with the total on 82 for 4 after 21 overs. A.Chalmers (34 from 54 balls) and Cockburn (47 from 50 balls) took on the Forfs bowlers in the later stages of the innings with Watsonians recovering to 199 for 7 - Cockburn well caught by Craig to give Bill his third wicket as the visitors headed for a final score of 217 for 7 in 50 overs.

Callum edged behind early in the Forfs reply to bring Craig and Matty together. They added 45 for the second wicket before a full ball from Nel saw Matty trapped LBW for 17. A long hop from Munsey surprised Leask to see him caught for 7 and Forfs on edge at 76 for 3 from 15 overs. A steady 53 run partnership between Greaves (24 from 47 balls) and Craig saw the Forfs regain some control of the match before Chris lofted Carson to the safe hands of Cockburn at mid-on. Scott (59 not out from 45 balls) played with positive intent from the start, hitting two boundaries from his first three balls, and along with Craig who fell for 85 from 101 balls took Forfarshire to within sight of victory.

At Victory Park, Forfarshire 2nd XI posted 151 for 8, Howie top-scoring with 44 along with a useful 35 from Craig.

Forfarshire dominated the start of the second innings with four quick wickets that left Meigle 12 for 4 before new signing Gayashan and the experience of Drummond saw Meigle to victory without further loss.

Forfarshire 2nd XI 151 for 8 in 45 overs.
G Garden 44, Craig McConnachie 35, I Stewart 3 for 23, R Gayashan 2 for 24
Meigle 154 for 4 in 32.1 overs.
R Gayashan 88*, P Drummond 32*, A Wallace 3 for 29

Forfarshire 3rd XI traveled to St.Andrews on Sunday for an early season encounter with Kinloch and found themselves chasing an imposing 248.

Callum Walker made a welcome return to the club, collected 3 for 51, while 2 wickets each for Glenn and Liam saw Kinloch bowled out in 40 overs. Forfarshire made a good challenge with Clark and Glenn both passing 50 along with 30 from opener Will but fell 35 runs short of their target.

Kinloch 248 all out in 40 overs.
S Shafi 95, M Ali 31, Callum Walker 3 for 51, G Carnegie 2 for 36
Forfarshire 3rd XI 213 for 9 in 45 overs.
Clark McConnachie 68, G Carnegie 52*, J Shah 3 for 34, M Ali 3 for 43
 
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 Club Kit

Forfarshire will be launching a range of Gray Nicolls kit for season 2019.

Watch this space for details of how to order (expected early 2019)