ANYONE FOR CRICKET!!!


It’s that time of the year. Winter (hopefully) is finally behind us. Spring is once again in the air. It’s time for men and women of all ages to don the whites, dust down the kit bag, oil the bat and do the stretches. It is time to hear willow upon leather, see long sunny days, utter cries of howzat, regale in tales of cricketing derring–do, preferably in a nice environment after the dust has settled and pleasantries exchanged.

Outdoor Practice begins on Wednesday 6th April!

Portcullis CC begin their ourtdoor practice sessions from Wedneday 6th April at 6pm at Duthie Park. This will continue every Wednesday until the end of August.

Portcullis are always on the lookout for new players. If you fancy giving this cricket malarkey a go why not come down and join us! We have for the first time matches on a Saturday AND a Sunday so there will be plenty of cricket for everyone.

Indoor Practice. Sunday 5th April

Portcullis Cricket Club have their Fifth Indoor Practice session of 2017 this Sunday April 2nd 2017. The practice is held at the Sheddocksley Sports Centre from 12pm till 2pm.

As always all players new and old are welcome to attend. Portcullis are constantly on the lookout for new players. We are a relaxed socialable bunch who enjoy their cricket and welcome new faces. Why not come along and see for yourself! If you want to come along or find out more please phone or text Ronnie on 07881347136 or email Ronnie@ronniefalconer8.wanadoo.co.uk

Portcullis CC Host Their Fourth Indoor Practice Session of 2017.

Portcullis Cricket Club have their Fourth Indoor Practice session of 2017 this Sunday March 5th 2017. The practice is held at the Sheddocksley Sports Centre from 12pm till 2pm.

As always all players new and old are welcome to attend. Portcullis are constantly on the lookout for new players. We are a relaxed socialable bunch who enjoy their cricket and welcome new faces. Why not come along!

Portcullis CC Host Their First Indoor Practice Session of 2017.

Portcullis Cricket Club have their First Indoor Practice session of 2017 this Sunday. The practice is held at the Sheddocksley Sports Centre. The net session runs from 12pm till 2pm.

As always all players new and old are welcome to attend. Portcullis are constantly on the lookout for new players. We are a relaxed socialable bunch who enjoy their cricket and welcome new faces. Why not come along!

Portcullis Indoor Practice Dates 2017.

Portcullis Cricket Club are glad to announce that their Indoor Practices are to commence on Sunday  15th January 2017 from 12pm till 2pm at the Sheddocksley Sports Centre. Portcullis will also have indoor practice sessions at the same venue on:

5th February 12pm till 2pm.

19th February 12pm till 2pm.

5th March 12pm till 2pm.

2nd April 12pm till 2pm.

ACA Grades Awards Dinnner

Friday the 4th of November saw the annual Grades dinner and awards with speaker Graham Thorpe and Portcullis CC were well represented.

Although there was no guarantee of any silverware we had 12 players (plus Delrick's father-in-law) in attendance, if we weren't the largest group there we weren't far off. Turnout was good with a couple of hundred of Aberdeenshire's finest cricketers looking forwards to booze, banter, food, and hopefully a few laughs from a top England test cricketer.

I doubt if anybody was disappointed.

Mitch the Merciless Leads Portcullis to the Final.

Week Ten of the 2016 Grades Season saw Portcullis relieved of their recent League duties. This week was their long awaited Semi Final clash against Stonehaven.

Portcullis stun promotion hopefuls Siyapa.

Week Eight of the Aberdeen Grades season saw Portcullis back on home turf at Duthie Park for the visit of Siyapa.

Skipper Dave Mitchell lost out to his opposite number Tanveer Khan and was not surprised to be invited to bat first.

To read the rest of the report please click on the link below:

 http://portculliscc.co.uk/portcullis/game/498

PORTCULLIS MISS OUT IN NARROW DEFEAT

Week Seven of the 2016 Aberdeen Grades Season saw Portcullis take to their travels to Mineralwall Park to take on Stonehaven for the first time in Grade Three.

Both sides have had contrasting starts to the season so far. Stonehaven have been battling at the top of Grade Three, lying in third spot, vying for promotion with Grampian and Siyapa. Portcullis, on the other hand, have been battling at the other end of the table lying in the third bottom spot as they battle to stay in Grade Three.

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