Welcome to Carlton Cricket Club

Carlton are the current champions of Scotland. We run 6 senior league teams including a women's XI, 11 junior teams and have a thriving junior coaching programme for boys and girls. In all, more than 400 members play and watch their cricket at Grange Loan, Edinburgh - undoubtedly one of Scotland's most beautiful grounds. New players at all levels very welcome - email info@carltoncc.co.uk.

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Weekend fixtures


Eastern Premier League

Carlton 84 ao lost to Watsonians 86/3

ESCA Championship

Carlton 2s194/8 beat Gala 170 ao

ESCA Division Two

Carlton 3s 112/9 beat SMRH 2s 104ao

ESCA Division Five

Carlton 4s 155/5 beat OCCC 132 ao

ESCA Division Eight

Falkland 3s lost to Carlton 5s (con)


Citylets Scottish Cup Final

Watsonians v Carlton (Forfarshire CC, Noon)


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Carlton Under 13s win the Scottish Cup

The Carlton Under 13s had a day to remember on Sunday when they saw off the challenges of both Poloc and Grange to win the Scottish Cup. There was also a win over Grange for the Under 15s, who sealed 3rd place in their competition.

Elsewhere, the 2nd XI earned a vital win at Marchmont while the 1st XI defeated Forfarshire at Grange Loan. There were also wins for the Fours, for whom Ross Armour scored a century, and Fives, although the Threes were beaten in Fife.

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Cup fever hits Carlton

Carlton aim to make history on Sunday 20th August when they take on Watsonians in the final of the Citylets Scottish Cup at Forfarshire CC.

Meanwhile, another four Carlton sides have their eyes on a Scottish Cup win. This Sunday the Under 13s and Under 15s are both in action in Edinburgh in Cup Finals day, with the Under 18s set to do the same in Glasgow in September. The Carlton women will also be in Scottish Cup action shortly.

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Fours beat the rain and win a thriller

Although Carlton managed to beat the rain on Saturday, they couldn't see off the challenge of Heriot's as they slipped to a 23 run defeat in a reduced over contest. The Twos and Threes were rained off but the Fives did fit in a contest at Clackmannan.

On Sunday, the Fours had to dodge the showers as they faced a tough match against second placed Dunbar in Division 5. In the end they had a fine all round performance from Charles Stronach to thank for a 1 wicket win.

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1s home early and Charis takes 5

Carlton's visit to Aberdeenshire ended successfully - and quickly - despite early morning transport challenges. The home side were dismissed for just 44 as the visitors raced to a 7 wicket win.

There were also good wins for the 3rd XI and the Under 13s on Saturday, while Sunday saw the Carlton women's side end their league season with a 100% record after beating George Watson's College. All rounder Charis Scott took 5 wickets including a hat-trick.

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Women are champions again

Sunday's win over RH Corstorphine at Grange Loan continued the Carlton Women's unbeaten run and sealed the National Premier League title with a game to spare. Christina Evans was the matchwinner with an unbeaten 66.

Although the Ones had their match at Falkland abandoned on Saturday, the Twos secured an important win over Dunnikier at Grange Loan. The Fives were also rained off but the Threes and Fours both lost out.

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Upcoming Fixtures at Grange Loan
Sun 20th August Carlton/SMRH/Ed South/Watsonians Womens' Development matches 10 am
Sat 26th August Carlton v Arbroath United CSL Eastern Premier League Noon
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