Scotland seamers Chris Sole and Stuart Whittingham have joined up with the Scotland squad in Dubai ahead of this week’s Intercontinental Cup clash with Ireland and the two World Cricket League Championship matches with Kenya in December.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.