15th July 2017

  Welcome to Forfarshire Cricket Club

Based at Forthill Community Sports Club in Broughty Ferry, Forfarshire CC runs four senior teams and a thriving junior section with teams at u18, u15, u13, u11 (mini-hardball) and u10 (kwik cricket) 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, 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.

2016 saw significant improvements made to club facilities at the Mackays Forthill ground with a new three-lane custom built practice area while a hospitality marquee and barbecue area 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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June Forfarshire Lottery Super Draw Winners

Winners of the Forfarshire Lottery 'Super-Draw' for June are.... £500 Kelly Meiklejohn (no.204) and £50 Morgan Sargeant (no.311). Congratulations to b....

Fantasy Forfs Update!

Apologies for the delay folks but the latest table from Fantasy Forfs HQ has landed!  click here for leaderboard Through ineptitude and inability to....

'Friday Night Strike' Comes to Forthill!

'Friday Night Strike' Comes to Forthill! Friday 21st July see's Forfarshire's first ever "Friday Night Strike" matches take place - and all juniors are invited to come along and join in a nig....

New Date: Two Counties Cup Semi-Final on Tuesday 4th July at Meigle

New Date: Two Counties Cup Semi-Final on Tuesday 4th July at Meigle Forfarshire 3rd XI will play Perth Doo'cot XI in the Semi-Final of the Two Counties Cup. After two false starts due to rain, the match is now schedule....

Three Counties Cup Quarter-Final

Three Counties Cup Quarter-Final Due to last night's rain, Forfarshire 2nd XI will now play Meigle at Victory Park on Wednesday 28th June with a 6.15pm start. The winners will go forw....

Beer & Music Festival - this weekend at Forthill

Beer & Music Festival - this weekend at Forthill This weekend (23/24 June) brings Forthill’s very own Beer & Music Festival in association with Help for Kids and Wave102. A lot of time and money has....
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Date: Sat 29 Jul 2017

 1st XIArbroath UnitedAway (Lochlands) 12pm
 2nd XIArbroath United XI (12noon start)Home 12pm

Date: Sun 30 Jul 2017

 1st XIClydesdaleAway (Shawholm, Poloc CC) 1.45pm
 3rd XIPerth Doo'cot XIHome 1pm
 4th XIBrechin BuccaneersAway (Guthrie Park) 1pm

Date: Mon 31 Jul 2017

 Caley HighlandersTraining SessionHome 6pm
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Forfarshire defeated current league champions Carlton at Mackays Forthill on Saturday (10th June) in front of a bumper crowd. Torrential rain through the previous week saw a delayed start reduce the match to 39 overs per side but this still provided much entertainment for the ‘Former Players’ that gathered for a day's reminiscing at Teds’s Shed.

Asked to bat first, Matty (35 from 41 balls) drove the first ball to the boundary and along with Callum saw Forfarshire make comfortable progress until Callum edged Shoebridge to Boyd. The innings looked in little difficulty until Matty played across Shoebridge and was bowled to leave Forfs 55 for 2 in 15 overs. A third wicket for Shoebridge and another catch for Boyd, this time off Henderson, changed the situation and left Forfarshire on edge at 66 for 4 - but Umair along with Greaves (33 from 54 balls) steadied the innings until a direct hit runout saw Greaves short of his ground with the total on 113 for 5 just as the run rate was increasing. Christian (34 not out from 32 balls) immediately kept the runs flowing with a crucial partnership of 30 with Umair who hit 27 from 42 balls. Brock and Christian added 34 in the last 5 overs to take Forfarshire to a respectable 179 for 6 in 39 overs - Brock finishing on 17 not out.

The Carlton response depended much on their top order, and Forfs were given an early boost when Christian found the edge of MacPherson’s bat and Callum dived to his right to hold a brilliant catch. A second wicket seemed hard to come by until Brock (2 for 13) and Callum combined to dismiss Beattie in the 12th over, caught down the leg side. Liam (2 for 32) replaced Christian and hit the stumps with the last ball of his first over to see Carlton 37 for 3. Herdman and Pillai looked a difficult partnership to break until Brock enticed Herdman down the wicket to offer Callum a stumping at 55 for 4. Two wickets in two balls for Umair (3 for 24) gave Forfarshire the upper hand and he was in the action again when a Shoebridge drive was sliced off Liam to Umar at cover. Blackie wrapped up an enthralling game with two wickets in the 35th over to secure a Forfarshire victory by 53 runs.

Forfarshire 2nd XI v Perth Doo’cot was cancelled due to rain, and Sunday’s 3rd XI visit from Stoneywood-Dyce XI was abandoned with Forfarshire 3rd XI on 29 for 4.

Don’t forget that match reports from previous 3rd XI games can be found here, and full game footage from Forfarshire v Carlton is available here
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Date: Sun 23 Jul 2017

 4th XIArbroath United 2nd XI CANCELLED

Date: Sat 22 Jul 2017

 1st XIWatsonians Abandoned
 2nd XIStrathmore Lost 9 wickets

Date: Thu 20 Jul 2017

 Under 15Perth Doo'cot u15 CANCELLED

Date: Wed 19 Jul 2017


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Forfarshire 3rd XI won an exciting Two Counties Cup match against Glenrothes XI at Gilvenbank Park on Thursday night (25th May).

Batting first, a quick 26 from Midge at the top of the order saw Forfarshire reach 41 for 2 after six overs when he was unfortunate to be bowled off his pads. A further three quick wickets left Forfarshire struggling at 47 for 5 however Clark (27) and Andy (17) recovered the situation with a 50-run partnership that took the final total to 121 for 7.

Glenrothes opener Khan took no time to signal his intentions, launching Kailas for a four and a six in the first over. Andy was given similar aggressive treatment that left Forfarshire reeling as the home 50 came up in the fifth over. Rojo removed the dangerman, bowled for 46 in the eighth over, but still Glenrothes looked in little difficulty at 80 for 1 in the 11th over. A stumping by Midge off Rojo came in the 12th over then a double wicket maiden from Ted changed the mood in the middle and Forfarshire sensed the game was back on.

Blair claimed the big wicket of opener Dodds for 33 and along with a well effected run out by Morgan to Midge, Glenrothes slumped to 101 for 7. Two wickets in two balls by Andy all but wrapped up the game in the 19th over before Blair claimed the last wicket in the 20th over to see Forfarshire win by 17 runs.
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  Fixture Updates
Sunday 18th June -Caledonian Highlanders v Western Warriors, Pro50 Regional Series - cancelled (new date Sunday 6th August)
Friday 30th June - Forfarshire u13 v Perth Doo'cot u13, u13 League - now at Doo'cot Park, Perth
Tuesday 4th July - Perth Doo'cot XI v Forfarshire 3rd XI, 2 Counties Cup Semi-Final at Victory Park, Meigle - new  
Sunday 16th July - Forfarshire 2nd XI v DHSFP, 3 Counties Cup Semi-Final at Doo'cot Park, Perth, start tbc - new 
Thursday 20th July - Forfarshire u15 v Perth Doo'cot u15, friendly at Forthill, start 6.15pm - new  
Sunday 30th July - Murgitroyd T20 National Finals Day at Shawholm (Poloc CC) - new  
Sunday 6th August -Caledonian Highlanders v Western Warriors, Pro50 Regional Series at Forthill, 11am start - new 
Sunday 6th August -Forfarshire 4th XI v Meigle XI - venue changed to Victory Park, Meigle.
Monday 7th August -Forfarshire u19 v XL Club, Friendly at Forthill, start tbc  
Thursday 17th August - Perth Doo'cot u15 v Forfarshire u15, friendly at Forthill, start 6.15pm - new  
Friday 18th August - Forfarshire u13 v Falkland u13, u13 League at Forthill, 6.15pm  - new  
Sunday 10th September - Arbroath XI v Forfarshire 4th XI, SPCU R&D at Lochlands, 1pm - new  
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