The Grange Club
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|Location||7 Portgower Place, Edinburgh|
|Owner||The Grange Club|
|Tenants||Scotland national cricket team (1999-present)|
|First ODI||24 May 1999:|
Scotland v Bangladesh
|Last ODI||10 June 2018:|
Scotland v England
|First T20I||9 July 2015:|
Scotland v United Arab Emirates
|Last T20I||13 June 2018:|
Scotland v Pakistan
|As of 12 June 2018|
The Grange Club is a cricket and sports club in the Stockbridge district of Edinburgh, Scotland. The cricket ground, commonly known as The Grange, is the regular home of the Scotland national cricket team, and is situated adjacent to the Edinburgh Academy sports ground, which is in Raeburn Place.
The Grange has hosted numerous high profile international matches over the years featuring teams such as Australia, Pakistan and England. Some of the world's finest cricketers have played at The Grange, from W. G. Grace in 1895 and Donald Bradman in 1948 to Brian Lara in 1995, Shane Warne and Andrew Flintoff. The ground has hosted Scotland's home matches in ECB domestic cricket competitions.
The Grange hosted Scotland's first official One Day International (ODI) outside of Cricket World Cup on 27 June 2006. A capacity crowd saw Scotland lose by five wickets to Pakistan. The Grange Cricket Club has won the Scottish Cup six times, the East of Scotland League (1953–1996) fourteen times and the Scottish National Cricket League (1997–present) five times.
Cricket World Cup
This stadium hosted two ODIs during the 1999 Cricket World Cup.
24 May 1999
185/9 (50 overs)
163 (46.2 overs)
31 May 1999
121 (42.1 overs)
123/4 (17.5 overs)
- New Zealand needed to score 122 within 21.2 overs to qualify for Super Sixes stage. New Zealand qualified for Super Sixes. West Indies eliminated.
Scotland v England June 2018
10 June 2018
371/5 (50 overs)
365 (48.5 overs)
- England won the toss and elected to field.
- Dylan Budge (Sco) made his ODI debut.
- Calum MacLeod scored the fastest century by a batsman for Scotland in ODIs and became the first batsman for Scotland to score a century in ODIs against England.
- Scotland made their highest score in ODIs and the highest score by an Associate team against a Full Member team.
- Jonny Bairstow became the first batsman for England to score centuries in three consecutive ODIs.
- Scotland win for the first time against England in any format.
Twelve ODI centuries have been scored on the ground.
|1||111||David Hussey||Australia||83||Scotland||28 August 2009||Won|
|2||113||Paul Stirling||Ireland||95||Scotland||12 July 2011||Lost|
|3||148||Aaron Finch||Australia||114||Scotland||3 September 2013||Won|
|4||151||Shaun Marsh||Australia||151||Scotland||3 September 2013||Won|
|5||100*||Rahmat Shah||Afghanistan||123||Scotland||4 July 2016||No result|
|6||127||Kyle Coetzer (1/2)||Scotland||121||United Arab Emirates||14 August 2016||Won|
|7||111*||Preston Mommsen||Scotland||101||United Arab Emirates||14 August 2016||Won|
|8||103||Calum MacLeod (1/3)||Scotland||122||United Arab Emirates||16 August 2016||Won|
|9||102||Calum MacLeod (2/3)||Scotland||107||Hong Kong||10 September 2016||Won|
|10||109||Kyle Coetzer (2/2)||Scotland||101||Zimbabwe||15 June 2017||Won|
|11||140*||Calum MacLeod (3/3)||Scotland||94||England||10 June 2018||Won|
|12||105||Jonny Bairstow||England||59||Scotland||10 June 2018||Lost|
Squash, tennis and hockey
The Grange also hosts other sports as well as cricket. It has five squash courts, which support men's and ladies' teams that compete at all regional and national levels. Uniquely for a private club in Scotland, The Grange also has four grass tennis courts and four floodlit astroturf courts. Grange Hockey Club supports eight men's hockey teams which represents a broad range of ability. The 1st XI recently played in Europe, having won the Scottish Cup, and also play in the Euro Hockey League (EHL). The Grange Club is also home to Grange Edinburgh Ladies Hockey Club with four teams. All the constituent clubs have vibrant junior sections.
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- "Scotland stun England as Calum MacLeod hits 140 not out in Edinburgh". BBC Sport. Retrieved 10 June 2018.
- "Record-breaking Scotland defeat No. 1 ranked England". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 10 June 2018.
- "Statistics / Statsguru / One-Day Internationals / Batting records". Retrieved 28 December 2016.