Clubs whose players have participated in the Forth Valley Area Squads
Cricket Forth Valley is looking for a principle sponsor for both the U12 & U14 squads for 2018; cricket equipment, cricket kit, hydration and nutrition. Please contact us for any additional information required.
PRE SEASON COACHING (2018)
Venue: Dollar Academy
Lead Coach: Fraser Reynolds
Contact Numbers: 07557806829
Assistant Coaches; Jason Jones, Mark Gray, David Vettese
TIME 2pm -4pm
4th March Cancelled due to weather
22nd April - 1pm - 4pm (Extra Hour)
29th April - 1pm - 4pm (Extra Hour)
Cricket Forth Valley will be using Teamer to let players and parents know about upcoming events, fixtures and training.
Teamer is an online team management system created and designed to take the hassle out of managing any sports team.
Forth Valley U12s and U14s Cricket Tour to Warwick 2016
We are travelling down by bus from Stirling County Cricket Club. Breakfast and dinner will be at the restaurant on Campus with teas provided by the cricket clubs.Total cost is £200 (all inclusive)
Sunday 24th July
Travel to Warwick University Halls of Residence (http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/about/campus/tour/residences/)
Departure at 11am
Monday 25th July
Bedworth Cricket Club (http://bedworth.play-cricket.com/)
U12s 10am 30 overs per side match
U14s 1pm 30 overs per side match
Tuesday 26th July
Kenilworth Warden Cricket Club
U12s 11am 35 overs per side match
U14s 11am 40 overs per side match
Wednesday 27th July
Sutton Coldfield Cricket Club (http://suttoncoldfield.play-cricket.com/)
U12s 10.30am 30 overs per side match
U14s 10.30am 30 overs per side match
Then return home
U12 Forth Valley v Fife 2015-05-29
Having won the toss Fife put Forth Valley into bat and after an early loss, Kai and Callum went about steadying the innings and put on a great partnership before Callum was out for 16 runs.
Jack joined Kai and he went on the attack eventually having to retire for a very well played 31*.
Kai went on to make a very well played 20 runs before David and Angus had a swash bucking end to the innings with David ending on 7 and Angus on 23.
Forth Valley made 133 – 7 in their 25 overs which was an outstanding effort.
Jamie opened the bowling with Craig and both picked up early wickets to have Fife in real trouble 3 – 2.
Wickets continued to fall as Captain Jack rotated his bowlers, Angus came on for an over and mopped up the tail with amazing figures of 1-0-1-4.
Other bowling figures Jamie 4-1-9-1; Craig 3-2-3-2; Fraser 1-0-5-2
At one stage it looked like Mitchell Starc might be playing with three slips.
All in all a very good performance from everyone in the team, all contributing and working well as a team
Fife was bowled out for 38 runs in 17 overs.
MOM Angus Eagers