Preston Mommsen

Lack Of Experience Made The Difference - Preston Mommsen

Scotland captain Preston Mommsen reckons that a lack of experience played a part in his side's six-wicket defeat to Bangladesh in the World Cup Pool A clash in Nelson on Thursday
5 March 2015

Scotland Fined For Slow Over-Rate Against Afghanistan

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thursday fined Scotland for maintaining a slow over-rate during their closely contested World Cup Pool A clash against Afghanistan in Dunedin.
27 February 2015

Mommsen Proud Of Scotland's Performance Against New Zealand

Scotland captain Preston Mommsen said on Tuesday that he was impressed with the fight his team showed against New Zealand defending a low-score of 142 in Dunedin during their World Cup fixture.
17 February 2015

Preston Mommsen To Lead Scotland's World Cup Challenge

Preston Mommsen will captain Scotland during next year's World Cup with former captain Kyle Coetzer as his deputy, Cricket Scotland have confirmed.
1 December 2014

Johnson Clinches ICC Awards Double

Australian all-rounder Mitchell Johnson has picked up both the ICC Cricketer Of The Year and the ICC Test Cricketer Of The Year awards at the sport's annual awards ceremony.
14 November 2014

Mommsen To Lead Scotland In Australia, New Zealand

Preston Mommsen will captain Scotland as they play seven games in Australia and New Zealand as part of their preparations for the 2015 World Cup.
15 September 2014

Preston Mommsen Returns To Lead Scotland In Ireland

Preston Mommsen will make his comeback from injury to captain Scotland when they take on Ireland in three One-Day Internationals in September.
27 August 2014

Scotland Win World Cup Qualifier

On the back of a century by captain Preston Mommsen, Scotland beat the United Arab Emirates by 41 runs to win the ICC World Cup Qualifier 2014 final in New Zealand.
1 February 2014

Wallace Replaces Injured Mommsen

Scotland vice-captain Preston Mommsen has been ruled out of the ICC World Twenty20 2014 Qualifier later this year and will be replaced by Craig Wallace.
18 October 2013


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