We are a village club located in the beautiful Scottish Highlands on the shores of Loch Ness. Our home ground is situated within the grounds of The Highland Club in Fort Augustus, a lovely town famous for it’s Caledonian Canal Lock Ladder on the south western end of one of the most famous bodies of water in the world. Not many teams have the chance to play on a home ground as picturesque as ours.

FACC is currently part of the NOSCA Reserve League and accepts players of all abilities. If you are interesting in playing for us, you can contact us using the form on this website. You should also feel free to turn up to our next training session to introduce yourself and we will get you going with both the bat and the ball.

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MATCH REPORT: Senior League – Northern Counties (Home)

Lost by seventy-three runs Well, the Northern Counties game on Saturday was a really frustrating affair, defeat snatched from the jaws of victory seems quite an apt statement. We had very welcome visitors, Davy Duncan and his partner Helen watching from the boundary. Davy has been an integral part of both Fort William and Fort…

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MATCH REPORT: Reserve Cup – Highland (Away)

Lost by eighty-three runs You will need to excuse the short report however, life has got in the way of the chance to write much these last two weeks. Ultimately, there are times when you need to hold your hands up and admit where you went wrong. I was lucky enough to be captain for…

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MATCH REPORT: Senior League – Nairn (Away)

Lost by six wickets Fort Augustus headed to Nairn with their confidence riding high after a record win over Elgin the previous week. This time they were travelling with a strong team, almost their ideal starting eleven with depth in both bowling and batting. Having won the toss Kev opted to bat first after some…

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