Grant Bradburn – ‘The Players have Worked Hard for their Success’

If a certain brand of Danish lager was to turn its attention towards Scottish cricket it could not have conjured a better day for the national side than Sunday 21st May. The Scots’ seven-wicket victory over a full-strength Sri Lanka was outstanding as much for the dominance with which it was achieved as the fact […]

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Scotland host Namibia in two crucial WCLC matches and Zimbabwe for two ODIs in June. Get your tickets HERE

Upcoming Fixtures - Namibia and Zimbabwe

Scotland take on Namibia in the Intercontinental Cup and the World Cricket League Championship before two ODIs against Zimbabwe

The Intercontinental Cup match in Ayr is free entry. Tickets are available online for all our other matches at the Grange

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RT @CalyHighlanders: Game abandoned after persistent rain in the @CalyHighlanders v @Warrior_Cricket match in today's @CricketScotland Pro5…


RT @CalyHighlanders: @CalyHighlanders 75-3 of 11 chasing 129 with 9 overs left v @Warrior_Cricket in today's @CricketScotland Pro50 fixture


They're back out after a rain delay and the D\L target set.


RT @CalyHighlanders: Rain stops play with the @CalyHighlanders score 4-0 of 3 v @Warrior_Cricket in today's @CricketScotland Pro50 fixture


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