Brad Wheal: I Know They Are Very Proud When They See Me Singing Flower of Scotland

Brad Wheal grew up in South Africa, but if he takes wickets in the two One Day Internationals at The Grange on Saturday and next Tuesday against Sri Lanka expect to hear the loud cheers from his west of Scotland-based family members who will be present at the Edinburgh ground. His mother Lorraine will also […]

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