Six of Scotland's leading cricketers, including Aberdonians, Kyle Coetzer and Matt Cross, have been picked to play T20 in Canada next month.
A year ago this morning, Scottish cricket was basking in glory and celebrating banner headlines after the national side’s dramatic ODI triumph over England in Edinburgh.
When do you think the redoubtable Scotland cricket captain, Kyle Coetzer, made the following statement?
As Scotland prepare to tackle Afghanistan in a brace of ODIs in Edinburgh this week, it’s worth remembering how much progress the visitors have made in such a remarkably short time.
Kyle Coetzer knows that the clock is ticking on every sports star's career once they reach 34.
Scotland’s cricketers are often forced to wait in the wings and be content with the role of bit-part players.
These are strange times in international sport. When Scotland’s cricketers are beating England’s finest in the same week their rugby counterparts are losing to the United States, it’s safe to conclude that barriers exist solely to be knocked down.
The sound of pianos, brass and woodwind will ring out across Eden Court Theatre in Inverness's today as the city's annual music festival starts in earnest.