Retiring Mazars Grange star Neil McCallum admits he “could not have written the script better” after he was at the crease when the Edinburgh club completed a superb treble on their home ground at the weekend.
Mazars Grange will head into Saturday’s Grand Final with Ferguslie in fine fettle after the CSL Eastern Premier Division champions ended the regular league campaign with another victory at the weekend.
Heriot’s skipper Keith Morton cannot wait to play in his third Citylets Scottish Cup final on Sunday when he will lead Heriot’s against Mazars Grange in Paisley, admitting he is “hooked” on the competition.
This Sunday, Heriot’s cricketers will be looking to win the Citylets Scottish Cup for the fourth time in the club’s history – almost exactly 40 years to the day since their first triumph in the showpiece event.
Two Capital teams may still be scrapping it out for the CSL Eastern Premier Division title with three weeks of the campaign remaining, but tomorrow Stewart’s Melville are the local side in focus at the other end of the table.
RH Corstorphine took centre stage on the local cricketing scene at the weekend and bounced back from their Masterton Trophy final defeat to beat Stewart’s Melville and secure an eighth CSL Eastern Premier Division win of the summer.