|Full Name||Matthew Cross|
|DoB||October 15, 1992, Aberdeen|
|Scotland Debut||v Hampshire (May 5 2013)|
|Teams||Scotland Under-13s, 15s, 17s, 19s, Nottinghamshire 2XI, Notts Outlaws, Scottish Saltires, Scotland|
Matthew Cross was the Scotland U19 vice-captain during the 2011 U19 World Cup, and is currently studying Engineering at Loughbourgh University.
Matthew has been a member of Aberdeenshire CC from the age of 9. He has put together a series of impressive performances with Loughbourgh MCCU and Scotland U19s and has also been represented Nottinghamshire 2nd XI and Academy. He recently made his Scottish Saltries debut in the 2013 YB40 match against Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl
2013 has seen Matthew break into the Scotland senior squad. After a number of impressive matches in the YB40 across the 2013 season, with a half century against Essex the highlight, he was selected as part of the T20 squad to participate in the 2013 World Cup Qualifiers in the UAE.
Facts about Matthew
- The best player he has faced is Saqlain Mushtaq
- His sporting hero is Tiger Woods
- He represented Aberdeen FC at U15s level
- His favourite cricketing moment was winning the U19 Cricket World Cup Qualifier in Ireland in 2011