Welcome to Carlton Cricket Club
Carlton are the current champions of Scotland. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The last few weeks of the season saw a very successful junior awards evening, our women competing in the Scottish Cup Final (and becoming Scottish League champions by default) and our young Last Man Stands squad coming within a whisker of becoming Scottish champions.
At the awards evening, first teamers Mario Olivier, Fraser Watts, Ali Evans, Chayank Gosain and Stevie Gilmour presented trophies to an array of talented Carlton youngsters.
Carlton completed the 2016 season on Saturday by becoming Scottish champions for the second time in six years. Batting first, top knocks from Watts (73), McCann (65) and Southwell (85) took Carlton to 282 for 6 in the national championship play off match.
Brilliant spells from Ali Evans and Omar Ahmad then had Clydesdale rocking before four wickets from Arun Pillai and a run out from Mario Olivier made Carlton Scottish champions.
The Carlton 3rd XI finished the league season by sealing promotion from ESCA Division Three with a win at Linlithgow. There were also wins for the 2s, 4s (albeit via a concession) and the 5s (thanks to a boundary off the last ball).
And at Grange Loan Carlton celebrated their Eastern Premier League title win with a huge 225 run victory over Stoneywood-Dyce, with Mario Olivier hitting his maiden century for the club in a total of 388 for 5.
A sodden outfield at Mannofield led to the cancellation of Carlton's Eastern Premier League match at Aberdeenshire, meaning that the title will come to Grange Loan. Well done to all the squad on a great league season.
Although the 2s and 4s were also washed out, the 3s beat Marchmont 2s at Grange Loan on Sunday to reach the brink of promotion from ESCA Division Three. No such luck for the 5s though as their (mostly) young side fell to a heavy defeat at Edinburgh CC.
Carlton are now one win away from the Eastern Premier League title after they defeated Arbroath at Grange Loan on Saturday thanks, in large part, to a 200 run partnership between Fraser Watts and Hugo Southwell.
Elsewhere, youngster Murray Johnson took 6 wickets in only his 2nd game for the 3s as they beat Division 3 leaders Drummond Trinity. Fin Thornton was also in the wickets for the 5s, while the 4s won at home on Sunday.
It was an afternoon of changing fortunes for Carlton on Saturday as they recovered from a perilous 71 for 7 at Myreside to eventually defeat fellow title challengers Watsonians by 39 runs.
While the Twos also got back to winning ways with a home win over Holy Cross, there was frustration for the Fours who had their match abandoned, while the Fives lost a tight match at the Meadows. The Threes stay in second spot in ESCA Division 3 after an impressive win over Boroughmuir.
Carlton CC is also very grateful for the generous support of The Plum Trust and our Patrons.