Cavaliers look to gatecrash the T20 Party
This Sunday will see the two Scottish Pro Teams in action for the last time this season in a T20 triple header at Arbroath.
The other team on show is the LiveSport.co.uk Cavaliers XI who are made up principally of overseas players led by former Scotland Captain Ryan Watson.
The Highlanders will be hoping to build on their recent nail-biting win over the Reivers in the final Pro 50 Trophy match at Aberdeen last week, while the Reivers will be looking to add the Pro20 Quaich to the Pro 50 Trophy they already have in the bag.
Play commences at 11am with the Highlanders taking on the Reivers, followed by the loser of game one taking on the Cavaliers at 2pm, and the winner of the first match facing the Cavaliers at 5pm.
The Cavaliers will be the unknown quantity with a license to entertain. The day promises to be an exciting finale to the Pro Series season, which has seen the re-introduction of multi day cricket to the Scottish domestic scene and the birth of a strong and healthy rivalry between Scotland’s new pro teams The pro team squads are as follows:
Richie Berrington ( c ), Simon Smith (wkt), Calum MacLeod, Kasim Farid, Moneeb Iqbal, Majid Haq, Abdul Sabri, Alex Baum, Omer Hussain, Scott McElnea, Scott Beveridge, Greg Smith, Safyaan Sharif.
Preston Mommsen (c), Calvin Burnett, Ewan Chalmers, Gordon Drummond, Cameron Farrell, Hamish Gardiner, Jan Stander, Michael Leask, Ross McLean, George Munsey, Matthew Parker, Raj Routray, Craig Wallace (wk), Mark Watt.
Ryan Watson (Glenrothes ) (c), Usman Saeed (Perth Doo’cot), Ben Strachan (DHSFPCC ), Deya Singh (Aberdeenshire), Chris Greaves ( Glenrothes ), Mark Petrie ( Arbroath ) (wk), Brock Ditchmen ( Falkland ), Scott Galloway (Forfarshire), Hamish Bartlett (Arbroath), Kenny Crichton (Glenrothes), Michael Schofield (Ayr ), Kenny Crichton (Glenrothes) (Player Manager).