Selkirk hold all the aces against Milngavie tourists

SELKIRK proved too strong for visitors Milngavie on Saturday, recording an 81-run victory in a 30-over friendly played on Philiphaugh’s artificial wicket. Openers Michael Fenton and Ian Gardiner stood up well to the visiting bowlers, who will have rued some early missed chances. Selkirk reached 57 from the first 10 overs, skipper-for-the day Fenton crashingContinue reading “Selkirk hold all the aces against Milngavie tourists”


SELKIRK put further pressure on second placed Murrayfield DAFS II at the top of East League Division 3 following a pulsating victory over the city side at Philiphaugh. The visitors asked Selkirk to bat after winning the toss, and openers Greg Fenton and Harry Murphy found runs hard to come by. Fenton’s was the firstContinue reading “SPIRITED SHOWING BY SELKIRK SEALS VITAL VICTORY OVER PROMOTION RIVALS”

Selkirk victorious in the Kingdom

Selkirk travelled to Fife on Saturday and came away with 20 points which keep them in contention for promotion from Division 3. It was a long day for the souters with both teams batting out their 40 overs.  The hosts won the toss and asked Selkirk to bat. Captain Greg Fenton and Harry Murphy madeContinue reading “Selkirk victorious in the Kingdom”

Selkirk Bowlers Dominate to set up victory.

Magnificent bowling from Selkirk on Saturday saw them secure a seven wicket victory over Drummond Trinity II. Selkirk lost the toss and the visitors chose to bat. From the outset the visitors were finding it difficult against the opening bowlers. While M.Fenton was beating the bat at one end, D.Heard picked up a wicket inContinue reading “Selkirk Bowlers Dominate to set up victory.”


The club has been in touch with Ipswich firm Club Colours Ltd with a view to the company producing some traditional Selkirk CC blazers – using the same design and material as those being worn in the photos below by Neil & Roy, and by Selkirk’s 1905 Border League-winning side. The firm would produce aContinue reading “CLUB BLAZERS TO MAKE REAPPEARANCE AT PHILIPHAUGH”