|Full Name||Calum MacLeod|
|DoB||15 November 1988|
|Scotland Debut||v United Arab Emirates 2007|
|Bowling||Right- arm Medium Fast|
|Teams||Drumpellier, Uddingston, Warwickshire, ,Scotland|
At the age of 18, Gaelic-speaking Calum made his Scotland debut in 2007 against the United Arab Emirates in an Intercontinental Cup match, becoming the youngest Scottish player to debut at this level.
Following a four year stint at Warkwickshire CCC and a spell at Kent, MacLeod has reinvented himself as a top order batsman who has made a real impact in the shorter format of the game with his unorthodox unique shots.
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5 Facts about Calum
- Andrew Flintoff is the best bowler he’s ever faced
- His favourite cricketing moment so far was standing for the national anthem and then bowling the first ball for Scotland at the ICC Twenty20 World Cup at The Oval in 2009
- He was England's12th man during the 2009 Ashes series at Edgbaston
- If Calum could be any other sportsman for a day it would be Tiger Woods
- His cricketing hero growing up was Glenn McGrath