The Roman remains found at Lewisvale Park during the excavations for the new pavillion are quite an important find.
The following link onto the BBC website is from a press release by East Lothian Council.
Foundation work has restarted. Hopefully this will not cause a long delay to the project.[Tuesday 27/04/2010] (Back To Top)
Finally, work on the new Pavillion has begun with the foundation work beginning.
However, on day 1 of the works, what looks like to be a Roman Alter & Iron-Age house has been found on site.
This is going to cause a delay as Historic Scotland complete their research & recording of the find. Hopefully only a slight delay!
In the meantime, progress photos can be found on our website under the Gallery Tab, then 2010 Pavillion link.[Tuesday 30/03/2010] (Back To Top)
Work begins shortly on the new clubhouse with the foundation work starting before the end of March. The decor has been selected, site visits taken place and all plans are in place.
The Lewisvale project is the 5th of 5 being undertaken by East Lothian Council. Delays in other projects over the winter due to the weather means the expected completion date is now 14th June.
The club is sure it will be worth the wait.[Tuesday 02/03/2010] (Back To Top)
As we get closer to the 2010 season numbers attending the indoor net sessions have steadily increased. With the introduction of the 3rd XI into league cricket it has been fantastic to see the numbers at nets.
For all those who wish to play league cricket this season but haven't been out to nets yet - better get your skates on, looks like good competition for places!
For those looking for a new club to join please feel free to contact us via the website and we will be in touch.
[Tuesday 02/03/2010] (Back To Top)
The 1st XI start their divison 2 campaign with a home game against Marchmont CC. Pre-season friendlies this year will be against Carlton 2s, Loretto School 1st XI and Peebles CC.
The 2nd XI face a trip across the bridge first up where they will take on Falkland 3s. Pre-season friendlies will be against Edinburgh South and Boroughmuir 2s.
The newly entered 3rd XI start their campaign a week early than the rest of the league with a long away day to face Largo 4s. We are still awaiting Mr. Angry to arrage a pre-season game to get rid of some of the cobwebs!
Full 2010 fixtures for all 3 league teams can be found under the Season Tab on the website.[Tuesday 02/03/2010] (Back To Top)
The club is happy to announce the appointments of the 2010 team positions.
1st XI Captain: Kevin "Lasagne" Dilly
1st XI Vice Captain: Nikhil Bhatkar
2nd XI Captain: Eddie Gatner
2nd XI Vice Captain: Asim Ahmed
3rd XI Captain: Colin "Mr. Angry" Miller
Club Legend: James "The JQ/Mr. 50" Allen[Saturday 14/11/2009] (Back To Top)
As the winter starts to take ahold club members have decided enough time has been spent in the house and have decided it is time to start winter nets for the 2010 season!
Sessions will take place at Loretto School Sports Hall in Musselburgh on a Monday night between 7:30pm-9pm.
Pre-Christmas session will run from 23rd November until 14th December. The dates after new year still to be confirmed but will most likely be 11th January.
The cost for each session is £2 (£1 for U-16).
If you are interested in playing for Musselburgh CC please contact us via the Contact Us tab and we will pass on details about the sessions.[Saturday 14/11/2009] (Back To Top)
This week the club received the fantastic news that all plans for the new pavillion have been approved.
As Lewisvale Park is an ancient monumented site, permission was required from Historic Scotland to undertake the works at the park. This was formally received this week.
Funding for the build is being provided by East Lothian Council, who in turn received a £500000 grant from SportsScotland as part of 6 pavillion development/upgrade for the local area.
The plan is for the new pavillion to be open in the Spring/Summer of 2010 meaning the new facility will be in use for the 2010 season. This will be very much appreciated by both club members and opposition teams.
Musselburgh Cricket Club would like to thank East Lothian Council, in particular Eamon John, for their support and efforts to get this project approved.[Saturday 14/11/2009] (Back To Top)