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One of the long term projects for this site is to enter the results from previous years. The league results for 2005 have been entered so you can now go and remind yourselves of your final position and how close last year's competition finally ended up. Some of the placings are very slightly different from those published at the end of last year as the website now automatically analyses all of the winning margin figures to seperate the teams that are tied on points.
stephen  5 May 2006 - 13:32   
A reminder to all that the league results are also printed in the P&J on a Thursday.
JohnM  4 May 2006 - 21:21   

A further update on the pitch front!! As most of you are aware, finding six pitches each week has been a challenge this year. Sheddocksley is now lined up as of Tuesday May 9th to complete a full line up of six matches on a Tuesday night. We look forward to hearing a pitch and weather report from Grammar 98 and the DeC Rebels next week!

Excellent news. Grammar 98 have just advised that they are in a position to play all their matches at Harlaw as of Tuesday 6th June. This is a bonus for the AECL and will mean that a team will only be exposed to Sheddocksley on one occasion this year!

Yes....a further revision to the fixtures is imminent!!


JohnM  4 May 2006 - 20:56   

Newcomers the DeC Rebels have made a confident start to the AECL with a 6 wicket victory over Caledonian. There were wins also for Inn at the Park, Chevron, ATSSC and Ellon on the opening day of the season. Fellow newcomers Methlick CC must wait one more week to make their debut due to the cancellation of their tie with Grammar 98.

The main talking point on Week 1 was the near baltic conditions on the field of play.  Surely the summer isn't far away??? Remember to pack an extra jumper next week!!

JohnM  4 May 2006 - 20:43   

Weather permitting, Aberdeen Evening Cricket League's 2006 season will start this evening. All eyes will be on this year's newcomers - DeC Rebels (pronounced "dee-see") and Methlick. The new teams have given the league a welcome boost but thay have also given League Secretary John Mackenzie something of a headache. The Gardener's withdrawal from the league reduces the number of city pitches available, and unfortunately the original plan to play some matches at Harlaw on Wednesday evenings is now not an option, so the "cricket pitch" at Sheddocksley will have to be used to get all the games played on one night. Consequently the fixtures list remains fluid and will be subject to a few changes over the coming days.

Despite this there is a full fixtures card for this evening, so let's hope that the rain holds off and we get a cracking start to the 2006 season.

stephen  2 May 2006 - 11:23   
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