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Scotland international Freddie Coleman believes that 2015 will be the year the Scots can take the international arena by storm, as preparations for the World Cup continue to ramp up ahead of their first appearance on the big stage for eight years.
The 1982 football World Cup in Spain is generally remembered positively by Scottish fans – at least until the moment where Miller and Hansen collided and gave the Soviets the goal which let them qualify instead of us.
As the squad prepare for their Sunday departure, Neil Drysdale spoke to Scotland captain Preston Mommsen on his aspirations for the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup.
Scotland and Leicestershire allrounder Rob Taylor with the first of his World Cup blogs detailing life behind the scenes in the Scottish camp.
The first of several features by Neil Drysdale on Scotland's previous World Cup adventures, starting with the 1999 CWC.
Sean McPartlin gives us his first blog from 2015, as he remembers a few aspects of yesteryear.
This is not a blog I would have wanted to write. Indeed, before this week’s tragic news from Australia, I had submitted one of my usual pieces – with its combination of attempted humour and a sprinkling of nostalgia.
In our next Wildcat's abroad blog Sam Haggo reports on cricketing life in Christchurch.
The first in a series of blogs by members of the Scottish Wildcats spending their winters in warmer climes. First up is Fiona Urquhart blogging from Australia.
Cricinfo writer, Tim Wigmore, looks at the resurgence of Scottish batsman Calum MacLeod