Scotland's Matt Machan retires on medical grounds

Scotland batsman Matt Machan has announced his decision to retire from professional cricket with immediate effect on medical grounds.
30 July 2017

Zimbabwe announce squad for Scotland, Netherlands and Sri Lanka tours

Zimbabwe selectors have announced a 15-man squad that will feature in the upcoming tours of Scotland, Netherlands and Sri Lanka.
1 June 2017

Scotland include Preston Mommsen for World Cricket League contest against Namibia

Former Scotland skipper Preston Mommsen has been included in the World Cricket League squad that will take on Namibia in a two-match series to be played on 11th and 13th June at Grange Cricket Club in Edinburgh.
1 June 2017

Cross, Coetzer stun Sri Lanka in practice game

Sri Lanka's preparations for the upcoming Champions Trophy tournament hasn't started in an ideal manner as centuries from Matthew Cross and Kyle Coetzer helped Scotland chase down 288 comfortably in just 42.5 overs with seven wickets in hand in the warm-up game in Beckenham.
23 May 2017

Zimbabwe to play two ODIs in Scotland in June

Zimbabwe are set to tour Scotland for a two-match One-Day International series that will be played at The Grange in June.
22 March 2017

Pakistan Women demolish Scotland to make it to Super Six

Sana Mir starred with a five-wicket haul as Pakistan Women defeated Scotland Women by six wickets in the 20th match of ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier in Colombo to progress to the Super Six stage.
14 February 2017

South Africa Women go to top after six-wicket win over Scotland

Shabnim Ismail, Ayabonga Khaka and Dane van Niekerk shared seven wickets between them as South Africa Women dismissed Scotland Women for 142 and chased down the target in 33.1 overs with six wickets in hand in the Group B clash of ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier in Colombo.
8 February 2017

Scotland Women receive boost from Minister of Health and Sport ahead of qualifier

Scotland Minister of Health and Sport Aileen Campbell wished the national team as they head to Sri Lanka for the International Cricket Council Women's World Cup Qualifier 2017.
24 January 2017

UAE hand Scotland their second defeat in tri-series

After three-wicket hauls from Imran Haider and Zahoor Khan picked three wickets each to restrict Scotland for 173, a collective performance from the middle order with the bat saw United Arab Emirates chase down the target in 41.5 overs with four wickets in hand in the second One-Day International of the tri-nation series in Dubai.
24 January 2017

Nadeem, Hayat get Scotland to a winning start in UAE

After a four-wicket haul from Nadeem Ahmed helped Hong Kong dismiss Scotland for 205, Babar Hayat led the chase with a composed unbeaten knock of 79 to complete a seven-wicket victory in the first One-Day International of Tri-Nation series in United Arab Emirates.
22 January 2017

Scotland maintain winning streak, Ireland register their first victory

Gary Wilson scored an unbeaten 38 from 28 balls as Ireland completed a last over chase of 147 against Namibia while Josh Davey led Scotland bowling attack with a four-wicket haul to seal a thrilling seven-run win against Netherlands.
18 January 2017

Scotland, Afghanistan open Desert T20 Challenge with comfortable wins

Scotland came with an all-round performance to defend 190 against Hong Kong successfully while Afghanistan managed to upstage Ireland in a chase of 126 with five wickets in hand in the first two matches of the Desert T20 Challenge in UAE.
15 January 2017

ICC announces Women's World Cup Qualifier 2017 fixtures

The International Cricket Council on Monday announced the fixtures for the Women's World Cup 2017 which has been scheduled between 7th and 21st February in four venues across Colombo.
19 December 2016

Preston Mommsen retires from international cricket

Scotland captain Preston Mommsen has decided to retire from international cricket in order to take a career in the corporate world.
21 November 2016

Calum MacLeod century propels Scotland to 1-0 series win

A classy century from Calum MacLeod played a key role as Scotland scored 266 for seven and dismissed Hong Kong for 213 runs in 46.1 overs to claim a 53-run victory in the second One-Day International in Edinburgh, thereby sealing a 1-0 series win.
11 September 2016

Rain, bad light, leads to no result in first ODI at Grange

Rain and bad light caused the first One-Day International between Scotland and Hong Kong to end as a no result after only 38 overs of play was possible across the two innings in Edinburgh.
8 September 2016

Scotland announce squad for Hong Kong ODIs

Scotland selectors have named the One-Day International squad which will face Hong Kong in two matches at the Grange in Edinburgh on 8th and 10th September.
1 September 2016

Cricket Ireland, Cricket Scotland, La Manga Club join forces to create new cricket centre

Cricket Ireland, Cricket Scotland and the La Manga Club have partnered together to create a European Cricket Performance Centre - the first of its kind in the continent - at the world-famous sports venue.
20 July 2016

Afghanistan looking to host bilateral ODIs in India

Afghanistan Cricket Board is hopeful that it will be able to schedule bilateral One-Day Internationals in India in a bid to arrange more fixtures against the full members.
13 July 2016

All-round Afghanistan seal series victory over Scotland

A fluent 84 from Mohammad Shahzad and a top notch bowling display helped Afghanistan beat Scotland by 78 runs (DLS method) in a chase of 211 runs in the rain-affected second One-Day International in Edinburgh, thereby sealing a 1-0 series win.
6 July 2016