Loch Leven's Larder
Mondays 6.15 -
Ladies & U18s
Thursdays 6.30 - 8.30pm
You are very welcome to attend and should click
here to request more information.
Funded by the Kinross-shire Fund
the Kinross-shire Round Table
| 1st XI
Perthshire Division 1 Winners
| Ladies XI
2010 Cricket Scotland
National Women's Indoor Champions
| 1st XI
mPower Two Counties Cup
| Kinross Cricket Club
Cricketer Magazine Club of the Year
| 1st XI
Perthshire Division 2 Winners
| 1st XI
Perthshire Division 3 Winners
1st XI start 2013 with a win
The first league
match of the 2013 season saw KCC travel to Bannockburn to play last
years league winners St Modanís. The weather on the previous two days
had been fairly awful and credit is due to the ground staff at Bluebell
Wood for getting a playable surface.
After a close, hard fought match, resulted a good win for Kinross-shire
but attention needed on the fielding/catching front. Next league game,
Forthill on Sunday 19th.
Click here to read the full report.
Preparing to welcome the Scotland Wildcats
John and Ant have preparations are well under way
for the first fixtures of the season which includes a game against
the Scotland Wildcats team on Sunday 28th April.
The game is
against a Ladies Captain's Select XI and starts at 12pm. If you in the
area of Loch Leven's Larder, it will be a great chance to see some of
Scotland's best women cricketers.
Also on the Saturday before, 27th, a Captain's Select XI will be
playing against the U18s to help them prepare for their Scottish Cup
Hopefully the weather will be kind to us for both games!!!
Final Preparations for Monday 15th
We are really looking forward to welcoming our new and returning Junior
players to our new ground up at Loch Leven's Larder on Monday 15th
April at 6.15pm.
We are also pleased to say that the final steps to prepare the new
ground have taken place with the temporary pavilion being lifted into
A big thanks go to Rob Niven for his help during the move and to John Ross and Ant Drew for fitting it out and painting it.
Congratulations to James and Kirsteen
At the recent Perth and Kinross Sports Awards for 2012, Kinross-shire
Cricket Club members enjoyed great success and recognition.
James Ross was awarded the Coach of the Year Award in recognition of
the wide and varied coaching program that he delivers to children in
primary and secondary schools, his work with disabled players.
Club ladies and junior coach, Kirsteen Ross, was presented with the
Sport Innovation Award in recognition of the work Kirsteen has done in
her capacity as Perth & Kinross Cricket Development Officer
creating a development program to get teenage girls involved in cricket.
thanks to John Glen Photography for providing the photograph.
Our New Ground
As we look forward to a new season with Junior coaching starting at
6.15pm on Monday 15th April, we thought we would share a few
photos of the new ground with you.
Picture below is the view from where our new pavilion will be situated
and you can see, apart from the stunning views, the U13, U15, U18,
Ladies and Men's pitch to the left and the U11. Kwik Cricket pitch to
And here is the view back up the hill from the Junior pitch.
New Logo Competition
At our recent AGM, we made
the decision to change the club name from Kinross Cricket Club to
Kinross-shire Cricket Club to better reflect our location in the
community as we prepare to move to our new ground at Loch Levenís
Larder and also to reflect our strong links with all of the
Kinross-shire schools (primary and secondary).
With this new name, we want a
new logo and this is where you can get involved by designing it!
The competition is open to
all ages (children and adults) and the winning design will be used on
our club clothing, website, social media, documents, press releases and
So get drawing, either
electronically or on paper and send your entry along with your name,
age and postal address via email to email@example.com or by
post to Kinross CC Logo Competition, c/o 15 Springfield Park, Kinross,
Click here to read the competition
You can now follow us on Twitter,
The club also holds a small
stock of kit should members require clothing at short notice.
The aim of the 100 club is to
raise much needed funds for the Cricket Club.
It is hoped that the club
will have at least 100 members, but it will be possible to have more
than 1 membership.
Each membership will cost
£4.00 per month, paid by Standing Order (see enclosed form) or a lump
sum of £48 paid annually. 50% of this income will benefit the club and
50% will paid out in prizes, through a monthly draw and a larger
Debbie Weir from the
fundraising committee has agreed to manage this scheme along with club
treasurer, Alan Harper.
Should you have any queries
regarding the 100 club, please contact Debbie on 01259 743 417.
Click on the links below to
download the relevant documentation
||Carlton S1 - S4
||Largo (ECB National Championships)
||Largo and Carlton (Girls only)
These fixtures may change, so please confirm with your captain or coach.