Meigle Cricket Club First XI squad

First XI First XI

Captain : Charles Clark

Vice Captain : Alan Neave

Peter J Drummond

Article puts Meigle & PJ Drummond in the 'spotlight' - one of Scotland's most decorated club cricketers - he even won the bowling cup after a fine season bowling his off breaks in 2013.

Robbie Duff
Lives by "Go hard or go home."!
Craig Morrison
Craig's first career century came for Dundee Area U15s vs Angus Area U15s in August 2010. His second came against Brechin Buccaneers when he crashed 141 in June 2013. In 2015 he was part of the VI that reached the semi finals of the Brechin Bi-Centenary for Divsion 2 North sides. His only 1st XI appearance did not materialize that season as it was the rained off Scottish Round 1 fixture away to Dumfries. Craig has seen rugby take up much of his time in recent years but is one of the most able young batsmen and fielders in the Caley region on his day.
Jamie Morrison
1 x hat-trick vs Arbroath Utd.
Bill Scott
From 1973 when he played 9 games to 2010 when he played a solitary and final 1st XI league game, W.B. Scott, Bill or Willie to those who know him, amassed a Union league record 13,320 runs for Meigle 1st XI. He also took five 5 wicket hauls. Bill was granted the George Mortimer Lifetime Achievement award at the 2013 Perth & Kinross Sports Awards for not only his playing prowess but also for his long standing work around the club as everything from treasurer to tea ladies convenor to junior coach and groundsman. Steve Plomer of Arbroath United put it well when he stated "Bill Scott is the best amateur batsman never to have played for Scotland."
Performance history