Greenock Cricket Club LogoGreenock Cricket Club is located in Renfrewshire from United Kingdom, Founded in 1862. Greenock Cricket Club exist to encourage, foster and develop the sports of cricket and squash throughout the Inverclyde area and promotes and organises the participation in these sports by the youth of the area. It seeks to maintain the traditions of the club that have been developed since its inception in 1862. It’s a truly open club and operates regardless of sex, age, religion, disability, ethnicity, nationality or sexual orientation.

Currently, three senior teams are fielded. The 1st XI plays on a Saturday in the First Division of the WDCU CSL League. The Scottish Cup is played on a Sunday as a straight knock-out Cup and the Western Union 40 Cup is also played on Sundays. In addition, there are midweek evening fixtures in the Rowan Cup and the West League Cup. There may also be the odd friendly on a Sunday but these are becoming fewer and fewer as the years pass.

The 2nd, or GlenparkXI also play on a Saturday in the Reserve League of the WDCU CSL First Division where their fixtures mirror the league fixtures of the 1st XI. There are also cup games in the Western Cup, which are played in midweek.

The 3rd XI is viewed as a development team and plays on a Sunday, in the Third Division West of the WDCU Sunday League, under the name of Hillend. The latter was a long-established junior team in Greenock which has decided to join Greenock in an attempt to keep the name of Hillend alive.

Greenock Cricket Club has played 9 leagues/cup/tournaments, such as Scottish Cup, SNCL Premier Division, SNCL Division 1, SCU Trophy, Western Union, Rowan Cup, West League Cup, NCC Cup- Scottish Region, Murgitroyd T20-20 Trophy.               

Greenock Cricket Club has won - 5 Scottish Cup, 2 SNCL Premier Division, 1 SNCL Division 1,  1 SCU Trophy, 17 Western Union, 14 Rowan Cup, 16 West League Cup, 4 NCC Cup- Scottish Region, 1 Murgitroyd T20-20 Trophy.

Greenock Cricket Club- http://www.greenockcricketclub.com/

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