East of Scotland Cricket Officials Association

East of Scotland Cricket Officials Association Home page

Welcome to the new East of Scotland Cricket Officials Association website


ESCOA was setup in the Winter of 2014 to represent the interests of Match Officials in the East of Scotland.

Since then, ESCOA has worked hard to implement the Umpire Category System which is supported by boundary observations, mentoring and colleague assessments. Categories are reviewed annually.
ESCOA continues to work towards its aims and objectivesas follows:

  • To improve the standard of umpiring and scoring by education, examination and all other available means.
  • To maintain the status of umpires and scorers and to promote and protect their interests.
  • To co-operate and cultivate good relations with all bodies associated with cricket for the improvement of the game, playing conditions and application of its laws.
  • To take such action or make such representations as an association or in conjunction with others, as may be considered desirable in the interests of cricket or for the benefit of umpires and scorers as individuals and umpiring and scoring in general.

The Domestic Officials Committee reporting directly to the Cricket Scotland Board was formed in the Winter of 2015. Neil Davidson [Training & Development], Willie Ferguson [Appointments] & George Burns [Scoring] represent ESCOA on the DOC. ESCOA reports to the DOC.

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RT @CricketScotland: Cricket Scotland today announced an update on the COVID-19 outbreak recommending all cricket activity is suspended unt…

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