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Archive News, May 2014

Archive News for May 2014


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Form 4 Camp, May 2014

We woke up to pouring rain on Saturday morning. However, after a hearty breakfast, the children were buzzing with excitement and undeterred. Dressed from head to foot in waterproof clothing, we marched off to attack our first activity. The children took part

Form 5 Camp – Glen Esk

The Form 5 camp started with much enthusiasm as 25 excited children departed Cargilfield en route for Glen Esk and our campsite near Edzell. On arrival we headed straight for our first venue at The Burn, an old and impressive


Last Wednesday, the 1stXI had Loretto six wickets down after the first four overs and conceding just one run, so we were back from Musselburgh in double quick time after a very easy and rather unsatisfying victory. The only plus

Cricket success!

Very well done to the 1st, 2nd, U11 and both U10 XIs, all of whom recorded impressive victories on Wednesday against Fettes on what was a perfect day for cricket. Pride of place must go to Ben MacLeod (1stXI) and

U11XI v Fettes

This super bunch of boys continued their impressive Cricketing skills with a commanding victory over Fettes.  We batted first and after two unlucky early wickets Max and Archie came on and batted with supreme composure and talent to steady the

2nd Rounders V Belhaven

Wednesday 21st May 2014 This was our third match in a row against Belhaven and with one match a piece both sides were keen for a victory. We batted first and managed a decent 6 ½ rounders. Belhaven were tight

1st Rounders v Belhaven

Summer finally arrived this week and the 1st girls played in glorious conditions.   We welcomed Belhaven to Cargilfield to play them again after our triangular last week. We lost the toss and batted first. Honor, India, Jika and Cora all

U10 Rounders v Belhaven

It was a fabulous day for rounders this week, with the sun shining and little or no breeze to contend with. The U10 girls lost the toss and were put into bat first. Despite losing Bea to a spectacular catch

2nd XI v’s Fettes

On what was the most glorious Wednesday yet of the 2014 cricket season, we lost the toss and were asked to bowl first.  After his tidy bowling from the previous week, Lachie Bucknall was asked to open the bowling.  3

Cargilfield App goes live!

The Cargilfield App has now gone live and is available as a free download for both iOS and Android devices from the app stores.   It will enable you to look for up to date calendar information, details of events and