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Carlton is one of Scotland's leading cricket clubs. We run 4 men's teams, a women's side, 9 junior teams, a Sunday Friendly XI 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.

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Carlton Dinner and Awards

A packed Grange Loan was host to the annual club dinner and awards evening, with top billing going to the women's team, who won both the Scottish Cup and League during 2014.

There were other notable doubles on the night, with Ruth Willis, Fraser Watts, Rory Allardice and Gordon Drummond all winning two trophies. The evening was topped off with a presentation to Lynne Forrester, who is standing down as 1st XI scorer after a number of seasons.

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Fantasy Cricket - the final results

Congratulations to Chris Patterson - the 2014 Carlton Fantasy Cricket League winning manager. Chris earns a fine trophy and the £100 cash prize. Also in the money were runner-up Keith Murray and third placed Dave Carter.

Club captain Fraser Watts finished the season at the top of the player rankings, ahead of the prolific Kevin Whitaker. Top bowler was young Rory Allardice with Alex Rajendran coming out on top of the all-rounder category.

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It's Carlton at the double!

Carlton skipper Helen Blair lifted the Scottish Cup on Sunday after her team beat Ayr by 111 runs in the final. Runs from Helen and Scotland internationalists Annette Drummond and Ollie Rae helped Carlton post an unattainable 158 for 6 off their 20 overs. The win completes a fantastic league and cup double for the Carlton women.

And on Saturday there was cup final success for Carlton's Olly Brown and Angus Hinton as they helped Scotland u15s to a dramatic ECB Cup win.

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Champions! And 2s & 3s are safe.

Carlton won the Scottish National Women's League on Sunday when they defeated St Boswells by 65 runs, ensuring they ended the league season undefeated. The match featured another century partnership, this time between Annette Drummond and Ruth Willis.

The Carlton U18s reached the Scottish Cup Final for the fourth time in five years, but lost out to Heriot's. There was much better news for the Carlton 2s and 3s though as they avoided relegation.

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Carlton boost to cricket-a-thon

Thanks to a host of volunteers who worked tirelessly, the end of season junior social event at Grange Loan was a great success..

While the Under 13 derby match was played out in the middle, the BBQ and baking stalls were busy with hungry parents and youngsters. Meanwhile, the cricket-a-thon fund raising events round the boundary proved very popular (who wouldn't want to pay money to bowl at Cheeky?) helping us raise a tidy sum for the STV Appeal.

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Great escape for the 2s ... maybe

In a remarkable finish, played out in near darkness, the Carlton 2nd XI snatched a tie against Holy Cross to retain their place in the ESCA Championship next year ... depending on the outcome of next week's CSL play-off.

The Threes similarly managed to escape automatic relegation by the skin of their teeth, while there were defeats for the Twos and Fours. Meanwhile, the Carlton women kept up their 100% league record with a win over Stirling.

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1st XI CricketMedia Scotland Super Sixes winners
Scottish Cup finalists
Women Scottish Cup winners
U18s Scottish Cup winners
U15s Lothian Indoor League winners
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