Sponsors and partners


Our club is also hugely grateful for the financial and other assistance it gets from a variety of other corporate and charitable bodies.  In particular we are delighted to acknowledge funding and equipment received over time, particularly in connection with our work in promoting junior cricket through the “Community Coaching Initiative”, the registered charity involved with the delivery of our coaching programme for children and young people at, and importantly outwith, the club.

The undernoted’s historical funding support has, as noted, been vital:


– Glasgow City Council;
– Glasgow Sport (formerly Culture & Sport Glasgow);
– The Lord’s Taverners;
– The Hugh Fraser Foundation;
– Cricket Scotland Development Trust;
– Foundation Scotland (formerly The Scottish Community Foundation);
– Chance to shine (formerly Cricket Foundation);
– The Robertson Trust;
– The Stanley Morrison Trust;
– The Big Lottery Fund “2014 Communities“;
– The Co-operative Community Fund;
– sportscotland;
– Sport Relief;
– sportsmatch;
– N+1 Singer; corporate brokers and advisers;
– Clydesdale Bank PLC;
– Colliers CRE, commercial real estate consultants;
– Jacobs, technical, professional, and construction services provider;
– Mackay Corporate, insurance brokers;
– Miller & Bryce, search firm;
– Milne Craig, chartered accountants;
– NVT Group, ICT services provider;
– Noble & Company, corporate financiers, brokers and advisers;
– KPMG, accountants;
– MURGITROYD, European Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys;
– J.R. Reid Print & Media Group;
– Fitzpatrick & Co, solicitors;
– Rodgers Security Systems;
– TB Cardew (formerly Cardew Group), financial public relations and investor relations;
– Prime Staff, recruitment agents;
– Macroberts, solicitors;
– Baker Tilly, accountancy and business services providers;
– Brodies, solicitors;
– Deloitte, accountants;
– Atlas, mobile communications solution providers;
– DWF (formerly Biggart Baillie), solicitors;
– Capital Managers (former City Gate Money Managers) independent financial advisers;
– Hardman & Co., corporate researchers;
– Griifiths & Armour professional indemnity insurance brokers;
– McCaffery & Co. commercial property consultants;
– Morgan Stanley International Foundation; and
– Dentons (formerly Maclay Murray & Spens), corporate lawyers.


In addition we would want to specifically acknowledge the assistance and advice provided by the Youth Sport Department of Glasgow Council, and Glasgow Sport (formerly Culture & Sport Glasgow).  In particular the advice and assistance of Kay Cherrie, David Bickley, Fred Wallace and Kevin West, and the Council’s Active Schools Co-ordinators.

Painting and decorating services by Paterson Decorators are also very much appreciated, as are joinery services provided by Stuart Mason and Iain Todd, and metalwork services provided by Jim Whitelaw.