Ali Evans – Scotland’s culture change is bringing success

After a start to the year which has tested the emotional resilience of everyone connected with cricket north of the border, Scotland’s players have returned to the normality of the domestic season as their preparations for the international summer begin. Eye-catching performances at the ICC World Cup Qualifier in Zimbabwe brought Grant Bradburn’s side plaudits […]

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