|Posted by Dunnikier Cricket Club on May 8, 2013 at 9:20 AM||comments (0)|
It was a quiet weekend on the pitch for Dunnikier cricketers unforunately.
On Saturday, the 1st XI match against Gala at home was cancelled due to the heavy rains on Friday and the 2nd XI match against Largo 3 was rescheduled to Sunday 9 June instead.
The Forth Cricket Union match against Dunfermline on Sunday was cancelled due to a bereavment at Dunfermline CC, and the match will be rescheduled to another time.
|Posted by Dunnikier Cricket Club on April 28, 2013 at 2:10 PM||comments (0)|
DCC 2nd XI v Stirling Co 4th XI
Dunnikier Park, East League Division 8, Saturday 27 April 2013
Successful start to league season for DCC 2nd XI with an emphatic win over Stirling Co 4th XI at Dunnikier Park.
DCC won the toss and chose to field first, which proved to be a wise choice as Stirling were bowled out for 39 in 20.1 overs. The best bowling return goes to Z Ahmed with five for five from 2.1 overs, following up miserly bowling...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Cheezy on May 27, 2012 at 5:35 PM||comments (1)|
Dunnikier, the Forth Cricket Union 2011 Champions, were finally able to get the defence of their title underway on Sunday against West Lothian.
Playing their first game of the season, the Kirkcaldy team have struggled for player numbers over the last few weeks, and this was to be their undoing again as only seven players were able to travel to Linlithgow.
With guest player Ken Thomson from the home club helping out, Dunnikier were grateful to captain for the day Nic Krzyzanow...Read Full Post »
|Posted by James Sheehan on May 23, 2011 at 3:52 PM||comments (0)|
Yet again the weather won and the game had to be called off on safety grounds. Although the grass wicket was deemed too wet to play, the game looked as if it may go ahead using the all weather wicket at McKane Park. Unfortunately, due to the wetness of the outfield and the number of youngsters who would have been playing, it was deemed too dangerous to allow the game to go ahead.
|Posted by James Sheehan on May 17, 2011 at 5:24 AM||comments (1)|
On an overcast and cold Sunday afternoon at Dunnikier Park, both teams deserve credit for putting a game on. Broomhall won the toss and asked Dunnikier to bat first with Braid and Sheehan the opening batsmen. The scoreboard ticked over until the 8th over when Sheehan was bowled by Gudgin for 20 with the score on 39. Braid was soon to follow for 11 being bowled by Pryce. With Anjum and Raja Singh continuing to keep the scorers busy it was a shock when Anjum was caught by Mullen for 11 with th...Read Full Post »