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Three new faces in Scotland A squad for MCC fixture

There will be three new faces in the Scotland ‘A’ squad who will be hosting Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) at Mackays Forfarshire in a three day encounter from 14-16 August. Former U19s player Finlay McCreath is included alongside Josh Wood and stand-out performer for the Eastern Knights in the Tilney Regional Series this year, Michael […]

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RT @CricketScoPLUS: Men’s A| Scotland A 237 all out, half an hour of play left on day one; Evans and Cameron taking the new ball

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