Cricket in Scotland

Cricket Organisations

Cricket Scotland – The official website of Scottish Cricket.

Scottish Women’s Cricket

Strathmore & Perthshire Cricket Union – Offers organised, league cricket to a vast geographical area, from Huntly to Bannockburn, Perth to Dundee and Angus.

West Junior Cricket – Organising junior cricket in the west of Scotland.

Cricket Clubs

Aberdeen University Cricket Club

Buckie Cricket Club

Huntly Cricket Club – Aberdeenshire

Forfarshire Cricket Club – Angus – located at Forthill Sports Club in Broughty Ferry and founded in 1880.

Gala Cricket Club – The ground has to be one of the most scenic sporting venues in the country, sitting at the foot of Meigle Hill on the west side of the town, with views looking down the Tweed Valley over the town and on over Melrose to the Eildon Hills.

BBC Scotland Cricket Club

Selkirk Cricket Club – Scottish Borders

St Boswells Cricket Club – Scottish Borders

Clackmannan County Cricket Club

Langholm Cricket Club – Dumfries and Galloway

Haddington Cricket Club – East Lothian

St. Michael’s Cricket Club – based at Kingholm Park, Dumfries

Boroughmuir Cricket Club – Edinburgh

Carlton Cricket Club – One of Scotland’s leading cricket clubs and undoubtedly one of Scotland’s most beautiful grounds.

Edinburgh Accies Cricket Club – founded in 1855

Edinburgh South Cricket Club – based at Inch Park

Grange Cricket Club – Edinburgh – founded in 1832

Murrayfield-DAFS Cricket Club – Edinburgh

Royal High Corstorphine CC

Stewarts Melville Cricket Club – Edinburgh

Watsonians Cricket Club – Established 1875

Penicuik Cricket Club – Midlothian – Established in 1844

Broomhill Cricket Club – West Road, Charlestown, Fife

Freuchie Cricket Club – Muir Road, Freuchie, Fife

Dunfermline and Carnegie Cricket Club – Fife

Glenrothes Cricket Club – Fife – established in 1957

Poloc Cricket Club – Glasgow

Victoria Cricket Club – Glasgow – formed in 1934

West of Scotland Cricket Club – Glasgow

Greenock Cricket Club

Northern Counties Cricket Club – Inverness – established in 1864

Kinross-shire Cricket Club

Perth Doo’cot Cricket Club

Stirling County Cricket Club

Speedway in Scotland

Edinburgh Speedway

Edinburgh Monarchs – Official Club website

Friends of Edinburgh Speedway – Marine Gardens to Armadale – Facts, stats and pics from 80 years of history.

Emmerdales Edinburgh Monarchs

The Monarchs Chatzone

Glasgow Speedway

Glasgow Tigers – Official Club website

Easy Tiger – Unofficial Glasgow Tigers Forum

Scottish Speedway Information

Archery in Scotland

Archery Clubs in Scotland

Argyll Field Archers – a well established field archery club with shooting grounds in the Inverawe Forest 3 miles east of Taynuilt, Argyll.

Ayr Archery Club – located in South Ayrshire, Scotland, Ayr Archery Club is a friendly club, open to everyone from ages 8 onwards.

Bathgate – Balbardie Archers

Clyde Arrows Archery Club – based in Milngavie

Falkirk Company of Archers – established in 1971

Falkirk – Grange Archery Club

Glasgow – Green Hollow Bowmen – an archery club based in the west of Scotland near the city of Glasgow. Affiliated to the British Longbow Society, the club is dedicated to keeping alive the use of the traditional British longbow

Lasswade Archery Club – founded in 1979, making it one of the oldest in Scotland.

Penicuik Archers – founded in 1985, is one of the largest archery clubs in the east of Scotland, catering for beginners, all the way through to competitive archers, who shoot at National and International levels.

Scottish University Archery Clubs

Archery Information

The Scottish Archery Association

Archery GB – The governing body for the sport of archery in Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

International Archery Federation

The Grand National Archery Society

Scottish Field Archery

Scottish Field Archery Association – formed in 1966 and is a founder member of the International Field Archery Association [IFAA] and is their recognised National Governing Body for the sport in Scotland.

Long Bow Archery

Archery Centres in Scotland

MRM Archery – providing Archery Lessons and Coaching, Come & Try sessions, Team Building, Corporate Archery events throughout Scotland and support and advice in running archery clubs – Jackton, East Kilbride G75 8RS

Horse Racing in Scotland

Scottish Racecourses

Ayr – Home of the Scottish Grand National – Scotland’s premier racecourse, hosting both Flat and National Hunt fixtures. Ayr is host to the Scottish Grand National, the Ayr Gold Cup and a host of other valuable races during its 12-month racing programme.

Hamilton Park – Racing at Bothwell Road since 1926.

Kelso – Known as Britain’s Friendliest Course, Kelso Racecourse is a National Hunt Racecourse staging jumps racing from September through until May in the beautiful Borders countryside and picturesque town of Kelso.

Musselburgh – Located only 6 miles from Edinburgh with excellent transport links and free parking, Musselburgh Racecourse is firmly established as one of the UK’s most stylish racecourses, offering award-winning facilities in a 5-star visitor attraction.

Perth – Racing in Perth since 1613.

Scottish Racing Academy – committed to addressing the gap in horse racing education and training provision available in Scotland and the north.

Horse Racing Information

UK Racecourses

Motorsport in Scotland

Scottish Motorsport Circuits

Knockhill – Scotland’s National Motorsport Centre.

Larkhall Circuit – the longest outdoor Karting circuit in Scotland.

ScotKart – Indoor Karting, Glasgow.

Scottish Motorsport Clubs

The Royal Scottish Automobile Club – The home of Motorsport in Scotland.

The Scottish Motor Racing Club

Scottish Off Road Club

Scottish Sporting Car Club

NESCRO – North Of England And Scotland Classic Rally Organisation

Scottish Motorsport Marshals Club

Scottish Regional Clubs

SACC – Scottish Association of Car Clubs the regional Association for Motorsport in Scotland.

63 Car Club (Elgin)

Aberdeen and District Motorclub

Berwick & District Motor Club

Border Ecosse Car Club

Caithness Car Club – CCC was formed in 1955 to specifically run motorsport events in the North of Scotland.

Dunfermline Car Club

East Ayrshire Car Club

Glenrothes Motor Sport Club

Hawick and Border Car Club

Highland Car Club – The HCC organises a wide variety of events throughout the year, with something for everyone.

PR Highland Speed Championship Club – The HSCC exists to promote sprinting and hillclimbing in the North of Scotland.

Mull Car Club

Stonehaven & District Motor Club

Wigton Motor Club

Scottish Motorsport Events

2300 Club – Originators of the Tour of Mull Car Rally

Car Owner Clubs

MX5 Car Owners Club – Scotland

Scottish Land Rover Owners Club

Scottish Kit Cars

Scottish Kit Car Club

Motorsport Information

Athletics in Scotland

Scottish Athletics – The National Governing Body for Athletics in Scotland.1010

Scottish Athletics and Running Clubs

Aberdeen Amateur Athletic Club – based at the Aberdeen Sports Village on Linksfield Road, Aberdeen

Cosmic Hillbashers – Aberdeen

Annan & District Athletic Club

Ayr Seaforth Athletic Club – based at the Dam Park Stadium, Content Avenue, Ayr

Calderglen Harriers – East Kilbride – Established 1984

Nithsdale   Athletic   Club – Dumfriesshire

Dunbar Running Club – East Lothian

Haddington Running Club

Carnethy Hill Running Club – Edinburgh

Corstorphine Athletics Club – Edinburgh

Edinburgh Athletic Club

Edinburgh University Hare & Hounds Running Club

University Of Edinburgh Athletics Club

Lasswade Athletic Club – Midlothian

Penicuik Harriers Running Club – Midlothian

Carnegie Harriers – Dunfermline, Fife

Pitreavie AAC – Dunfermline, Fife

Bellahouston Road Runners – one of Scotland’s biggest road and hill running clubs, based in the South Side of Glasgow.

Giffnock North Athletics Club – Glasgow

Shettleston Harriers – Glasgow

Westerlands Cross Country Club – Based in the West End of Glasgow and specialising in hill and off-road running.

Cambuslang Harriers – Lanarkshire

Inverclyde Athletic Club – Renfrewshire

Kilbarchan Amateur Athletic Club – Renfrewshire