“The John Cooper Sunday Kwik Cricket League”

All games will be from 9.30 am - 11.30 am


May 7th Stenhousemuir
May 14th Callander
May 21st SCCC
May 28th St Modans
June 4th Livingstone
June 11th Doune
June 18th West Quarter
June 25th Linlithgow

Could the clubs please set up to have 4 games going on at the same time, pitch markings a must, make sure there are kwik cricket score sheets, maybe some tea and coffee and cakes.

Please remember that these are development games for under 11 kwik cricket players who have not played hard ball cricket.

Cricket Forth Valley Meeting



Time: 7 pm



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For past minutes please follow this link 'download's


 7th - 10th August 2017

Cricket Forth Valley is committed to the development and management of cricket in the Forth Valley.


 The outcomes of our projects will be further reaching in terms of improving health and well-being, acquiring essential life-skills, including communication, social tolerance, team-work and self-discipline:


·    To help address the inconsistencies in the provision and delivery of physical education in rural communities

·         To attract children and young people to participate in community cricket

·         To teach children essential life skills including communication, social tolerance, team-work and self-discipline

·         To encourage participation into adulthood either as players, coaches, officials or volunteers

·         To encourage a positive collaboration between communities, local authorities, organisations, schools and the sports governing body in the provision of cricket.


There will be no barriers to participation based on gender, ability, ethnicity, social or economic background, religion or any other reason.  Cricket has broad appeal as a sport, there is no cost to participate and gender, age, physical attributes and social or economic circumstances are immaterial to participating. At community level cricket offers the following:


* the 'spirit' of cricket and its positive values and behaviours

* its community base, participation, orientation and its rural and urban reach

* a family sport - socially inclusive where participants develop life skills

* its availability to all ages, cultures and ethnic groups, playing together

* its vitality and currency - a growing sport through youth, women, ethnic communities

* its enjoyment for spectators

* its diversity of competition formats