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Kelso Cricket Club are proud to announce Aston Lark and Border Motor Group as its two Main Sponsors for the 2019 Season. We would also like to thank The Black Swan and The Waggon Inn for kit sponsorship. Finally, a massive thank you to all of the clubs other sponsors for their kind donations to further improve the playing facilities and resources available at the Club.

Kelso v Edinburgh CC

16 July 16

Kelso CC hosted Edinburgh CC in their East of Scotland fixture over the weekend, at the notorious Shedden Park. Kelso won the toss and elected to bat on what was a deceptive wicket, which looked to offer something to both sides with either bat all ball. Kelso got off to a virtuous start with opener C. Adams and Australian J. Takos steering the Tweedsiders to 77 for 1 before both were dismissed in quick succession. Edinburgh CC bowled consistently in good areas, which made it hard for Kelso to score fluently. Kelso’s middle order suffered a collapse with wickets falling frequently, however all rounder’s S.Patterson and G. Davidson managed to form a strong partnership which turned the game in their favor. S.Patterson was the pick of the batsmen scoring a well-struck 43 and guided Kelso to a total of 162. Strong contributions came from C. Adams 36 and J. Takos 29.


Kelso began their innings with the ball effectively with left arm quick G. Davidson removing Edinburgh CC opener for naught. The away team fought back with a strong partnership, which tested the Kelso bowlers. Young off-spinner C. Davidson came on and had an immediate impact, tearing through the top order with some superb spin bowling. The young gun was able to take wickets in quick succession, which mounted pressure back on the opposition. C. Adams picked up 2 wickets for himself leading the Tweedsiders to an emphatic win. Edinburgh CC only managed 85 runs in what was a crucial game for Kelso in terms of their league position. C. Davidson was the pick of the bowlers with outstanding figures of 5/15 from 10 overs in what was a truly memorable spell of bowling. Kelso face rivals Dunnikier this coming Saturday at home in what should be a thrilling affair.

About Kelso Cricket Club
Founded in 1821, Kelso Cricket Club is the oldest cricket club in Scotland. Kelso Cricket Club is a successful family based club with two weekend adult teams, numerous junior age sides and an ongoing Pub League tournament for casual playing members. The 1st XI play in the East of Scotland Championship Division, our 2nd XI play Sunday friendlies against clubs from the Scottish Borders and North Northumbria. All Junior sides compete in the Junior Border Leagues. Our home ground is Shedden Park, located in an attractive central location within Kelso.

2019 Match Reports and Results


2018 Season Match Reports

2017 Season Match Reports


2016 Season Match Reports

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