Turning over Sri Lanka is vital for Scotland to prove they deserve full ICC member status.
Sue Strachan has been in love with cricket for as long as she can remember and possesses the sort of infectious enthusiasm which will serve her well when she becomes the first-ever female president of Cricket Scotland next year.
Aberdeen University has been announced as the official partner of this month’s one-day international cricket matches between Scotland and Sri Lanka.
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.
A new season brings new leadership, some new faces and some familiar returning ones for Aberdeenshire.
The cricket world is in shock after the death at just 38 of Scotland international all-rounder Con de Lange.
The new chairman of Aberdeenshire CC confirmed yesterday that Mannofield will host a quadrangular tournament in August.
Kyle Coetzer knows that the clock is ticking on every sports star's career once they reach 34.
Shane Burger can’t recall a time when he hasn’t been in love with sport of all varieties.
The head of Scottish cricket has described 2019 as a “crucial year” for the game north of the border.
Grant Bradburn’s departure as Scottish national cricket coach has prompted disappointment in some quarters, given his achievements in transforming the Associate side’s fortunes.
Scottish cricket has been dealt a blow with the news that national coach Grant Bradburn is leaving the role to join the Pakistan setup.
Scottish cricket can’t afford to have ideas above its station. The ICC cabal that runs the sport, principally for the benefit of the “Big Three” – England, India and Australia – has seen to that.
A Moray cricket club has received severe punishment from the sport’s governing body after picking two ineligible players and giving them aliases during a cup fixture.
Missing out on promotion last year was a blessing in disguise for Stoneywood Dyce as they are now better equipped to return to the Eastern Premiership.
He’s the man tasked with revitalising cricket in the Granite City – and Daniel Sutton has arrived in Aberdeen via Argentina.