Coach Bradburn reflects on Scotland’s recent endeavours

As this summer’s set of fixtures came to a close on Sunday with a 1-1 series draw with Zimbabwe, Scotland Head Coach Grant Bradburn reflects on the positives of the past month. The squad managed to achieve two notable wins against two full members; firstly a convincing win in Beckenham against Sri Lanka, where Matt […]

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