Welcome to the virtual home of junior cricket in the west of Scotland  You can find everything you need to know about junior cricket in the west district here.  This includes the latest news and views from the Western District Junior Cricket Union, and the Western Warriors development programmes and representative sides.  News from schools cricket and development groups are here too.  League and cup fixtures and results, match reports, pictures of what’s been happening, as well as news of representative squads and teams are all here online.  And if you’re looking for a club you can find details of all member clubs here too.


Latest news and notices

  • Western Warriors-Girls, 2019-2020 (13th November 2019)

    Women’s and Girls’ Participation Manager Rosy Ryan has announced the following information in regards to Western Warriors for Girls.

    Rosy said” this year we are looking to change the girls’ structure with the regional programme having an U15s and U18s squad in 2020.  The Western Warriors will be hosting two trials (from 1-5pm on Saturday 30th November and  Saturday 14th December) for players for our up and coming winter programme, starting in the new year. (The programme is open to any player between the age of 12 and 18 i.e. born after 1st September 2001).  Please click the link and complete the information required to confirm your place. Western Warriors Girls Trial U15’s_U18’s The deadline for signing up for the trials is by 22nd of November.

    More information about the expansion of the women’s and girls’ performance pathway is also available to view.

  • WDJCU Indoor Super 8s, 2019 (13th November 2019)

    Tournament Director Tim Hart has released details of the WDJCU Indoor Super 8s, 2019.

    Information was e-mailed to club Junior Convenors and a copy of the supporting information and the entry form is available in the document centre of the website.

    Anyone with any queries, or any club/team wishing to enter, should contact Tim directly.

  • Western Warriors Youth Under 14s, 2019-20, trial session update (5th November 2019)

    Western Warriors Youth Under 14 Head Coach Tim Hart has released details of the upcoming Under 14 trial session, taking place on Friday 8 November 2019.  There was such a high level of interest in the programme that the trial session has been split into two sessions (from 6.30pm to 8pm and 8pm to 9.30pm).

    All players who have been invited to the trial should have received an email which confirms which session they should attend.  A copy of the list of players who have been invited to the trial is available in the Document centre.

  • Cricket Scotland Under 11 “Kwik Cricket” update (28th October 2019)

    The series of Cricket Scotland Under 11 indoor “Kwik Cricket” festivals commenced on Sunday the 27th of October 2019, at Uddingston Grammar School.  East Kilbride CC were the hosts for the first festival of the winter, with East Renfrewshire CC and Poloc CC also participating.  Clydesdale CC and a combined Hillhead|West of Scotland team will join hosts Poloc CC at this Sunday’s festival.

    Anyone wishing more information, or any club interested in entering the next round of festivals, should contact Tim Hart.

  • Under 11 indoor “Kwik Cricket” (21st October 2019)

    Cricket Scotland’s West Regional Participation Manager, Tim Hart, has released the final schedule for a series of Under 11 indoor “Kwik Cricket” festivals, taking place during October, November and December.  Five teams have entered the series of participation festivals, with each team scheduled to ‘host’ at least one festival.

    The draw and playing conditions are available in the Document centre.

  • Western Warriors Youth, Under 14 programme 2019-20 (20th October 2019)

    Tim Hart has announced details of the application process for the upcoming Western Warriors Youth Under 14 programme, 2019-20.  A letter has been sent to all west region clubs’ Junior Convenors – and a copy is available here, too.

  • Cricket Scotland participation forum (15th October 2019)

    Tim Hart has emailed club Junior Convenors with details of a Cricket Scotland “West Region Participation Forum”.  The forum will focus on “All Stars Cricket”, the Junior formats, Cricket Scotland participation programmes – and will feature a short practical element.  More information is available here.

  • WDJCU end of season questionnaire (6th October 2019)

    WDJCU Secretary Ann Hargie has contacted all Junior Convenors to request their clubs’ feedback on the 2019 season.  This is in preparation of the Committee’s planning for the 2020 season.

  • Under 11 League Cup final (11th September 2019)

    Glasgow Accies CC win the Under 11 League Cup.  Glasgow Accies CC have won the 2019 WDJCU Under 11 League Cup, following their victory over Hillhead CC at “Titwood” (Clydesdale CC), on Wednesday the 11th of September.

    Glasgow Accies CC won the toss and elected to bowl first, on a chilly evening.  A tight all-round bowling performance was led by Zain Bhatti (2 for 2) and limited the Hillhead CC batters to few scoring opportunities.  This was reflected in the final score of 41/6 off the 16 overs.  In reply, despite Jasper Gilani taking two wickets (2 for 8) and throwing himself about with a very committed performance in the field, all four Glasgow Accies CC batting pairs batted positively and contributed to the team score.  Abhi Verma scored 18* and Bhatti added 15* as Glasgow Accies CC scored 98 for 6.  This left the final result as Hillhead CC, 65, lost to Glasgow Accies CC, 122, by 57 runs.

    Congratulations to Glasgow Accies CC on their victory – and thanks to the groundstaff and all the coaches, officials and parents who were there to support the final match of the 2019 outdoor season.

  • Under 14 League Cup final (9th September 2019)

    Clydesdale win the Under 14 League Cup.  “Titwood” (Clydesdale CC) was the host venue for the all-Clydesdale Under 14 League Cup final.  Batting first, Clydesdale CC I scored 99 for 6 from their their overs, in a reduced overs match – with Bahadar Esakhiel top-scoring with 21* (retired), Owen Gould contributing 17 and Sonny Cunningham 15* (retired).  The Clydesdale CC II chase was built around 25 from Ben Willmott and 18* from Abhi Reddy,  However, the five different wicket takers were backed up by a couple of well-executed run outs, as Clydesdale CC II finished agonisingly short.  Clydesdale CC I the winners, by just 3 runs!

    Thanks to the umpires and to the groundsman but most importantly to the players for putting on a great contest in front of an impressive number of spectators, for a slightly damp evening in early September!


Older news

Old news can be found online, in the WDJCU news section, the Academy news section, the RDC news section, the Challenge Series news section, the Club development news section, the Schools news section, and the various archive areas.


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