Scotland star, Kyle Coetzer, has received parliamentary praise after being voted the ICC Associate Cricketer of the Year.
There were contrasting fortunes for the north-east's leading cricket clubs when the draw was made for the 2020 Scottish Cup on Friday.
Kyle Coetzer, Scottish captain and successful opening batsman, has been acclaimed as the 2019 ICC Associate Cricketer of the Year by an voting academy from across the globe.
They are one of Scotland's most progressive cricket clubs and have enjoyed tremendous success in their homeland in recent summers.
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Ben Stokes has thanked his team-mates after capping the greatest year of his career by winning BBC Sports Personality Of The Year award – which was presented in Aberdeen.
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There are plenty of things to feel cynical about in sport.
Ben Stokes is the 2019 BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
There are two reasons why Ben Stokes is the favourite to win BBC Sports Personality of the Year, our sports writer Paul Third said in his column earlier this month.
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There is a lot of talk at the moment about women shattering the glass ceiling in the boardroom and on the political front benches.
It's no wonder that many batsmen were left feeling slightly petrified when Bob Willis began his menacing run towards them.
It's a very long way from Argentina to Aberdeenshire.
Scotland cricket captain Kyle Coetzer has no plans for next autumn’s T20 World Cup in Australia to be his international swansong.
One of the north’s most dedicated sporting mentors has received a prestigious accolade for her efforts.
Scotland's cricketers will travel to the United Arab Emirates next month to tackle the UAE and USA in the third round of the World Cup League Two competition.
Scotland booked their place at the T20 World Cup in Australia with a comfortable 90-run victory against the United Arab Emirates.
Scotland's cricketers booked their place in next year's ICC T20 World Cup with a comprehensive 90-run win over UAE.
Scotland's Tom Sole is one of three players at the ICC T20 World Cup qualifying tournament in Dubai who has been suspended from bowling after a panel ruled their actions to be illegal.
Scots are famous for spreading their influence throughout the world, whether as inventors, explorers or statesmen, so it shouldn’t be any great shock they have made similar strides in sport.
Scotland's cricketers suffered a shock loss to Singapore in their first match at the World Cup T20 qualifying tournament in Dubai.
It's not a time of year which one traditionally associates with watching Scotland's cricketers in action.
A Zimbabwean, with strong connections to Wick and the Borders, has been appointed the new chief executive of Cricket Scotland.
Cricket Scotland has announced two squads for a series of trial matches ahead of selection for the ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier, which will be held in the United Arab Emirates in October.
A new three-nation T20 international series has been announced between Scotland, Ireland and Netherlands, which will be held in Dublin from 15-20 September.
Sport often provides tales of the unexpected, but even now, as the dust has settled on Ben Stokes’ remarkable exploits at Headingley, there remains a sense of near-disbelief at how the Third Test and the Ashes series had been turned on its head.
While watching the cricket at Mannofield last weekend, somebody asked me how many Scots had played Test cricket.
Some sports stars have the ability to seize a contest by the scruff of the neck and transform the outcome through the sheer force of their volcanic personality.
England's cricketers won the World Cup last month. One might imagine their officials would be delivering high-fives, along with the sixes which we've come to expect from the limited-overs game.
The good news is that Scotland’s cricketers are on a winning streak.