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Dec 1, 2014: Preston Mommsen has been preferred to Kyle Coetzer as Scotland's captain for the World Cup
Sep 22, 2014: The fall-out of Northamptonshire's wretched season in Division One has begun, with the club looking to axe almost half of what started the season as the first choice team
Scotland in Australia and New Zealand
Sep 15, 2014: Preston Mommsen will captain Scotland on their month-long tour of Australia and New Zealand as part of their preparations for the 2015 World Cup
May 7, 2014: Kyle Coezter has been appointed captain to lead Northamptonshire's defence of their T20 title in the absence of Alex Wakely.
ICC World T20 Qualifier
Nov 9, 2013: Scotland captain, Kyle Coetzer, has targeted Afghanistan and Netherlands as the two main sides to beat in his team's World Twenty20 Qualifier group
Oct 15, 2013: Kyle Coetzer has declared himself fit to lead Scotland in the World T20 Qualifiers in the UAE in November.
Aug 30, 2013: Kyle Coetzer, the Scotland captain, will not take part in the only ODI against Australia on Tuesday owing to a wrist injury
Northamptonshire v Kent, YB40 Group A, Northampton
Aug 13, 2013: Kyle Coetzer's superb half-century allowed Northamptonshire to keep their semi-final hopes alive in the Yorkshire Bank 40 with a tense five-wicket win over Kent
Northamptonshire v Gloucestershire, Northampton, 2nd day
Aug 3, 2013: Kyle Coetzer and David Sales both struck centuries as Northamptonshire's batsmen dominated the second day against Gloucestershire at Wantage Road.
Northamtonshire v Warwickshire, FLt20 North Group, Wantage Road
Jul 5, 2013: Kyle Coetzer's superb unbeaten half-century helped Northamptonshire to a comfortable win over Warwickshire to give them their second straight victory in the Friends Life t20.
Northants v Worcestershire, YB40 Group A, Northampton
Jun 25, 2013: Kyle Coetzer struck a brilliant unbeaten century as Northamptonshire thrashed Worcestershire by seven wickets to win their fifth Yorkshire Bank 40 game in a row.
Leicestershire v Northants, Grace Road, 2nd day
Jun 12, 2013: Division Two leaders Northamptonshire look on course for a fifth win of the season after taking complete control against Leicestershire at Grace Road
Leicestershire v Northamptonshire, Grace Road, 1st day
Jun 11, 2013: Kyle Coetzer hit an unbeaten 150 to put Northamptonshire into a strong position at the end of the first day of their game against Leicestershire
Northamptonshire v Hampshire, Northampton, 3rd day
May 31, 2013: Scotland captain Kyle Coetzer struck a half-century on the third day as Northamptonshire's Championship match against Hampshire at Wantage Road meandered towards a draw
May 14, 2013: Kyle Coetzer, the Northamptonshire opener, has been named as Scotland's new captain
Afghanistan v Scotland, WCL Championship, Sharjah
Mar 8, 2013: Afghanistan drew level with Scotland in second in the ICC's WCL Championship table after a five-wicket win that boosted their hopes of securing automatic qualification for the 2015 World Cup
Northants v Gloucestershire, Northampton, 3rd day
May 25, 2012: Northamptonshire took an iron grip on the third day of their County Championship match against Gloucestershire
Leicestershire v Northamptonshire, Grace Road, 3rd day
May 11, 2012: Kyle Coetzer's 120 led Northamptonshire to four batting points before Chaminda Vaas reduced Leicestershire to 38 for 2 in reply
UAE v Scotland, ICC WCL Championship, Sharjah
Mar 9, 2012: UAE won the second of their two ICC World Cricket League Championship matches against Scotland in Sharjah, chasing down a target of 206
Feb 8, 2012: Scotland have announced their squads for the ICC World Twenty20 qualifiers in Dubai and fixtures in the Intercontinental Cup and World Cricket League Championship
In January 2005, Shane Watson made his Test debut. What does he have to show for a decade in the game?
Ajinkya Rahane was part of India's bench strength for several series before he finally got his opportunity. He's made it count on the most testing tours
A look at some of cricket's most memorable strokes - and their makers
To consider banning it in the wake of Phillip Hughes' death may be knee-jerk, but to refuse to consider the pros and cons of a ban is unwise