INTL CAREER: 2006 - 2010
Alphabetically sorted top ten of players who have played the most matches across formats in the last 12 months
Scotland's veteran wicketkeeper-batsman Dougie Lockhart has announced his retirement from international cricket, saying he could 'no longer commit the required time and make the necessary sacrifices'
A lightening 117-run opening stand between Andrew Strauss and Craig Kieswetter rocketed England to a seven-wicket victory with over a quarter of their innings to spare against Scotland in a sun-drenched Edinburgh
Scotland raced to their second win of the 2009-10 Intercontinental Cup on the 4th day at Nairobi Gymkhana despite Maurice Ouma's battling century. Scotland made light work of their second innings target, with Douglas Lockhart and Ewan Chalmers sealing an
Scotland, led by fine bowling performances from left-arm spinner Ross Lyons and seamer Dewald Nel, bowled out Canada for 130 to claim an innings-and-165-run win
Scotland took a firm hold on the second day after forcing Canada to follow-on
An unbeaten 126 by Douglas Lockhart, supported by Qasim Sheikh's 92, took Scotland to a commanding position at 286 for 3 against Canada in King City
Scotland's cricket selectors have named an unchanged side for the World Cup following a successful build-up in Kenya over the last few weeks
Scotland took control on the first day of the inaugural ICC Intercontinental Cup final at Sharjah, bowling Canada out for 110 and taking a lead of 70 by the close
Scotland booked their place in the semi-finals of the Intercontinental Cup after beating Ireland by eight wickets at Clontarf in Dublin
An unbeaten fourth wicket partnership of 126 between skipper John Crawley and John Francis lifted Hampshire Hawks into second place in the National Cricket League Division Two table, bypassing the Scottish Saltires by seven wickets at the Rose Bowl.
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