Season 2019, Week 3 - Team Announcement

Season 2019, Week 3 - Team Announcement

Friday, May 10, 2019

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  1. Congratulations to Dr Ken Thomson OBE
    17 Jun, 2019
    Congratulations to Dr Ken Thomson OBE
    Huge congratulations to former Marchmont CC stalwart, Dr Ken Thomson, who was awarded an OBE in the Queen's birthday honours list for distinction for "services to education, economic development and the communities of the Forth Valley area".  Kenny is currently the Principal and Chief Executive of Forth Valley College and has overseen award-winning success, including the development of facilities at all there campuses in the Forth Valley region.  Kenny was a 1st XI regular during the 90s and
  2. New MCC Website Launched
    13 Jun, 2019
    New MCC Website Launched
    The new Marchmont CC website was launched in anger last night (12th June) and can be seen at www.marchmontcc.com.  So what's changed?  We've essentially just given the site a new modern look and feel and updated some of the content.  We've made it more legible, particularly things like the club records and tidied up pages that tended to have text creep (overlapping of text on a page though it's not been designed in that way).  The site should also be a little more mobile user friendly, albeit
  3. A new website is coming...
    10 Jun, 2019
    A new website is coming...
    Watch this space...
  4. Season 2019, Week 6 - Team Announcement
    01 Jun, 2019
    Season 2019, Week 6 - Team Announcement
    1st XI game is off, but 2nd XI trip to Leith is currently still on, as is the 3rd XI trip to East Lothian to play Tranent & PV. Debuts for Shane and Jai and a 2nd XI debut for Paddy who is returning from injury. Go well all.
  5. MCC vs MDAFS: Parks Mini Preview
    28 May, 2019
    MCC vs MDAFS: Parks Mini Preview
    A little stat attack before tonight's game.   MCC have a rich history in Scotland's oldest cricketing trophy, The Edinburgh Public Parks Association Trophy (http://www.eastleague.org.uk/cups/parkstrophy/), having lifted it on 4 occasions and having been finalists a further 6 times.  However it is a long time since the heady days of the 1990s, where MCC reached 8 finals in 10 years.  MCC's last foray to the final saw them come up short by 22 runs against Holy Cross, 11 years after their 1 run win