Welcome to Carlton Cricket Club

Carlton is one of Scotland's leading clubs. We run 6 senior league teams including a women's XI, 11 junior teams 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 - email info@carltoncc.co.uk.

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Annual Carlton club dinner - Saturday 1st September at Grange Loan, 7 for 7.30 pm - tickets priced £30 available from the bar or ann@carltoncc.co.uk - all welcome


Weekend fixtures


Eastern Premier League

Forfarshire v Carlton (Noon)

ESCA Championship

Carlton 2 v Freuchie (G. Loan, Noon)

ESCA Division Two

Tranent & PV v Carlton 3 (1pm)

ESCA Division Five

Carlton 4 v Tranent & PV 2 (Inch, 1pm)


Beyond Boundaries T20 Scottish Cup

Carlton Women v GWC (G. Loan, 10am)

U18 Club Championship Quarter Final

Poloc v Carlton (11am)

ESCA Division Seven

Musselburgh 3 v Carlton 5 (1pm)

Beyond Boundaries T20 Scottish Cup

Carlton Women v RHC (G. Loan, 4pm)

Eight on the bounce as Carlton win again

Aberdeenshire were dispatched by 3.15 pm on Saturday as a ruthless Carlton display, led from the front by skipper Ali Evans, took them to a rapid 5 wicket win over their Eastern Premier League rivals.

Promotion hopes for the 4th XI were kept very much alive as they beat ESCA Division Five table toppers Drummond Trinity with just two weeks of the season to go. And there was another win for the Fives as they sneaked home by one wicket in a thriller at Peffermill.

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Fours fail to seal 100% weekend

Carlton won their seventh league match on the bounce when they thrashed Stewart's Melville at Inverleith. Rory McCann (90) and Arun Pillai (79) were in the runs, while Shiv Gupta returned 4 for 23 in 173 run win.

The Twos and Fives also bowled out their opponents for double figures on Saturday on their way to convincing wins, while the Threes were also winners on Sunday. Unfortunately the Fours couldn't make it 5 out of 5 as they lost to Morton 2s.

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Old dog teaches new tricks

Saturday morning's torrential rain put paid to the Premier League clash between Carlton and Grange, and also saw the matches for the 3s, 4s and 5s called off.

However, with Musselburgh somehow missing the worst of the wet stuff, their match with Carlton 2s went ahead. Batting first, Carlton were indebted to a captain's innings from Gordon Drummond, but it was the performance of the youngsters in the side that ultimately delivered the win.

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Carlton are T20 champions

Skipper Ali Evans lifted the Murgitroyd Masterton Trophy at Grange Loan after a 28 run win over RH Corstorphine. Hugo Southwell was in the runs once again, holding his side's innings together with a fine 58 as Carlton totalled 132 for 7.

Seamers Evans and Castle shared 3 wickets but it was the Grange Loan spinners who ensured the total would always be out of reach of Corstorphine, picking up a combined 6 wickets as the opposition were all out for 104.

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Carlton third after big win at Arbroath

Carlton made it six wins on the bounce with a comprehensive 178 run victory at Arbroath as Rory McCann top scored with 85 and Michael Castle took 5 wickets.

There was another Eric Edwards 50 and another 4th XI win, while the Threes made a welcome return to winning ways. Although the Twos and Fives lost, there was good news from the u13s, who knocked Grange out of the Scottish Cup at the quarter final stage to reach finals day next month.

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Upcoming Fixtures at Grange Loan
Sat 18th August Carlton 2s v Freuchie ESCA Championship Noon
Sun 19th August Beyond Boundaries Women's T20 Scottish Cup Qualifying Round 10 am
Sat 25th August Carlton v RH Corstorphine Eastern Premier League Noon
Sun 26th August Carlton XI v Dollar Friendly  
Sat 1st September Carlton Sixes    
Our Sponsors

Carlton's junior section is sponsored by CALA Homes

Carlton CC is also very grateful for the generous support of The Plum Trust and our Patrons.




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