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Welcome to the Scottish Cricket Officials Association Website

SCOA - the Scottish Cricket Officials Association - was founded in 2009 to look after the interests of Umpires and Scorers in Scotland. This website has been set up with a view to providing a central point of information on all matters to do with umpiring and scoring in Scottish cricket.

The Chairman of the Association, Mac Wylie, has penned a few introductory remarks in which he describes how the association came to life and he also emphasises that we seek input from all the association's members.

Please take some time to explore the various areas of the site that can be reached via the menu buttons at the top of this page. Any suggestions regarding improvements or indeed contributions to the site will be gratefully accepted.

John Williamson

SCOA Chairman, Mac Wylie, has written this appreciation of John Williamson, whose death at the age of 98 last December has been announced.
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Allan Haggo promoted

Congratulations are due to Allan Haggo who has been promoted to the ICC Associate and Affiliate Panel of Umpires for 2015.
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Inaugural ESCOA AGM

News of the inaugural AGM of the newly-formed East of Scotland Cricket Officials Association (ESCOA), held recently.
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Cricket in the East

Sandy Scotland reviews David Potter's history of ESCA - Cricket in the East
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West Region 2014/15 Winter Programme

Details of the West Region's winter programme are now available. The next event will be held at Clydesdale CC on Tuesday 27 January 2015 at 7.30pm.
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Haggs goes East

Allan Haggo describes the umpiring trip of a lifetime to Singapore.
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Gary Nichol in Dublin

Gary Nichol spent two days umpiring in Dublin as part of this year's Irish umpiring exchange.
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Sandy goes to Old Trafford

Sandy Scotland continues his tour of the English test grounds in 2014 with a sponsored trip to Old Trafford.
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Tom Kerr

One of Scotland's finest umpires, Tom Kerr, has sadly passed away. SCOA Chairman, Mac Wylie, has penned this appreciation.
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