Calum MacLeod has experienced plenty of highs and lows in his distinguished county and country international career.
After coming through the Scotland set-up as a bowler he was awarded a contact with Warwickshire CC as a bowler. He was able to turn himself into a batsman after being called for an illegal action in 2009 and has never looked back, earning a contract with Durham.
MacLeod made 175, the second highest score by an Associate player in an ODI and third highest by an Associate player in List A cricket, in a 170-run romp over Canada to seal a place for Scotland in the Super Sixes and put an end to Canada‘s consecutive World Cup streak dating back to 2003. MacLeod erased any chance of that happening with 175 off 141 balls in Scotland‘s total of 341 for 9.
He has since represented Scotland at three global events – the ICC 2015 Cricket World Cup and the ICC World T20 in England in 2009 and India 2016.