Stirling County Cricket Club has many teams playing in a variety of leagues across Scotland, catering for cricketers of all varieties and offering a variety of games and training opportunities throughout the week.
On Saturdays the club fields two teams in the Western District Cricket Union (WDCU). For 2018 the 1st XI will once again compete in the WDCU Premier Division, having gained promotion back to the top flight last season. Our 2nd XI, meanwhile, will play in the West's Second Division (third tier) and will now have the chance to fight for promotion after the recent league restructuring.
If Saturday league cricket isn't to your liking, or you simply want to play more than one game a week, then our Sunday or Wednesday teams may be more your thing. After a successful first season in 2017, our Sunday XI will continue to play in the Strathmore & Perthshire Cricket Union. The club aims to use these matches to help further develop youngsters, as well as give those who are still new to the game a chance to gain some match experience in a friendlier environment. As in previous seasons, the Wednesday XI plays t20 matches against other local sides in the West Stirlingshire League, a platform we have used to introduce our promising youngsters to competitive hardball cricket against adults.
Stirling County are also proud to boast a thriving and highly successful Ladies section. The Stirling County Ladies play in Woman's National League and the Scottish Cup and also offer a number of friendly matches throughout the year.
Senior Training - Senior training takes place every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the season from 6.15pm. If you want to join the club or simply want to get a feel for what we're about, please come along and join in.
Ladies Training - Wednesday and Friday are the training nights for Stirling County Ladies. Newcomers are always welcome, so please come along and join in from 6.30pm.