Scotland women’s national cricket team

Scotland
Nickname(s) Wildcats
Clan Cricket Scotland
Personnel
Captain Kathryn Bryce
Passenger vehicle Mark Coles[1]
International Cricket Quango
ICC status Acquaintance member (1994)
ICC region Europe
ICC Rankings Current
[ii]
Best-ever
WT20I 13th 11th (11-Oct-2018)
Women’south I Twenty-four hour period Internationals
Outset WODI v

England at Bradfield College, Bradfield; ten August 2001
Last WODI 5

Ireland at VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen; 26 July 2003
WODIs Played Won/Lost
Total[three] 8 1/vii
(0 ties, 0 no result)
Women’s World Cup Qualifier appearances 4 (beginning in 2003)
Best result Champions (2003)
Women’due south Twenty20 Internationals
First WT20I v

Uganda at VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen; 7 July 2018
Last WT20I v

People’s republic of bangladesh at Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur; 23 January 2022
WT20Is Played Won/Lost
Total[v] 32 nineteen/12
(1 ties, 0 no result)
This year[half-dozen] four 2/two
(0 ties, 0 no result)
Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier appearances 3 (first in 2015)
Best result tertiary (2018)
As of 23 Jan 2022

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The
Scotland women’s national cricket team, nicknamed the
Wildcats, represents Scotland in international women’s cricket. The squad is organised past Cricket Scotland, an acquaintance member of the International Cricket Quango (ICC).

Scotland was involved in the first international women’s cricket match, when they played against England in August 1932. The team played sporadically throughout the residuum of the 20th century, with regular competition beginning merely in 2000. Scotland’s commencement international tournament was the 2001 European Championship, where matches held 1 Twenty-four hours International (ODI) status. The team’south only other ODI appearances to date came at the 2003 IWCC Trophy in the Netherlands, a qualifier for the 2005 World Cup. Outside regional tournaments, Scotland has only qualified for two major events since then – the 2008 World Cup Qualifier and the 2015 World Twenty20 Qualifier.

In Apr 2018, the ICC granted total Women’s Twenty20 International (WT20I) status to all its members. Therefore, all Twenty20 matches played betwixt Scotland women and some other international side later on one July 2018 volition be a full WT20I.[vii]

History

[edit]

In August 1932, a Scottish women’southward squad played England at New Route, Worcester, in what was the first international women’s cricket fixture. Four members of the inaugural Scottish women’south side – Betty Snowball, Myrtle Maclagan, Joy Liebert, and Betty Archdale – subsequently played in Test matches for England.[8]
After 1932, a Scottish women’s team was not raised over again until 1979, when a fixture was played against a Junior England team at Malvern College, Worcestershire.[9]

Scotland made their international tournament debut at the 2001 edition of the Women’southward European Championship. They lost all three games, finishing final in the four-team tournament. Two years after, they played in the 2003 IWCC Trophy, the countdown edition of what is now known simply as the World Cup Qualifier. They finished 5th in the six-squad tournament, which was hosted by holland, with their only win coming against Japan.

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They over again played in the European Championship in 2005, merely again went without a win and finished last. In 2007 they will compete in the Women’s World Cup qualifier in Ireland playing the hosts likewise every bit Bermuda, The netherlands, Papua New Guinea, Islamic republic of pakistan, South Africa and an African qualifier. The top two in this tournament will qualify for the World Loving cup in 2009, whilst the pinnacle 4 volition gain Test and ODI condition for the following four years.

In 2014, Scotland was promoted to Division 2 of the Women’south Canton Title later on losing only one game throughout the season.[10]
The Wildcats are currently preparing for the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 Qualifiers to be held in Thailand at the end of 2015.[11]

In April 2018, Kathryn Bryce was named the captain of the squad.[12]
In July 2018, Scotland played its offset T20 international lucifer against Republic of uganda in the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 Qualifier in holland.

In December 2020, the ICC announced the qualification pathway for the 2023 ICC Women’due south T20 Earth Cup.[xiii]
Scotland was named in the 2021 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier regional grouping, aslope five other teams.[14]

Tournament history

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European Championship

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  • 1989 to 1999: Did non participate
  • 2001: 4th place
  • 2005: fifth identify
  • 2007: 4th place
  • 2012: 3rd place
  • 2014: 3rd place
  • 2016: 1st place


ICC Women’s Earth Twenty20 Qualifier

[edit]

  • 2015: 4th (DNQ)
  • 2018: tertiary (DNQ)
  • 2019: 5th (DNQ)
  • 2022: TBD

Other tournaments

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In the 2019 Netherlands Women’due south Quadrangular Serial, Scotland finished in 2nd identify, winning four of their half-dozen matches. Following is the terminal standing of the same:

Pos Team

Pld West Fifty T NR Pts NRR
ane
Thailand
6 5 1 0 0 10 2.509
ii
Scotland
six iv ii 0 0 viii −0.385
three
Ireland
six 2 three 0 ane 5 1.320
4
Netherlands
(H)
half dozen 0 5 0 1 1 −4.113

Source:
[15]

(H)
Host

Records and statistics

[edit]

International Friction match Summary — Scotland Women
[16]
[17]

Last updated 23 January 2022

Playing record
Format M West 50 T NR Inaugural lucifer
1-Day Internationals eight 1 7 10 Baronial 2001
Twenty20 Internationals 32 19 12 1 12 July 2018
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Women’due south One-Mean solar day International

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  • Highest team total: 142 five Japan, 25 July 2003 at Sportpark Klein Zwitserland, The Hague.[eighteen]
  • Highest individual innings: 46, Kari Anderson 5 Netherlands, 21 July 2003 at Sportpark Hofbrouckerlaan, Oegstgeest.[xix]
  • Best innings bowling: 4/25, Fiona Campbell 5 Japan, 25 July 2003 at Sportpark Klein Zwitserland, The Hague.[20]

ODI record versus other nations
[16]

Records consummate to Women ODI #449. Concluding updated 29 June 2019.

Opponent M W 50 T NR First lucifer First win
ICC Full members

England
1 1 10 August 2001

Ireland
2 2 eleven Baronial 2001

Pakistan
ane 1 22 July 2003

West Indies
one 1 23 July 2003
ICC Associate members

Nihon
1 1 25 July 2003 25 July 2003

Netherlands
2 ii 12 Baronial 2001


Women’south Twenty20 International

[edit]

  • Highest team full: 168/8 five Germany on 29 June 2019 at La Manga Gild, Cartagena.[21]
  • Highest individual innings: 73*, Kathryn Bryce v Netherlands on 7 September 2019 at Lochlands, Arbroath.[22]
  • Best innings bowling: 5/3, Megan McColl v French republic on 30 August 2021 at La Manga Gild, Cartagena.[23]

T20I record versus other nations
[17]

Records consummate to WT20I #1023. Last updated 23 Jan 2022.

Opponent Thousand Due west 50 T NR Outset lucifer First win
ICC Full members

Bangladesh
3 iii 12 July 2018

Ireland
8 iii v eight July 2018 10 August 2019

Sri Lanka
1 1 18 Jan 2022
ICC Associate members

France
1 1 30 August 2021 xxx August 2021

Deutschland
3 iii 26 June 2019 26 June 2019

Kenya
ane i 22 Jan 2022 22 January 2022

Malaysia
1 one 19 Jan 2022 nineteen January 2022

Namibia
i one 5 September 2019 5 September 2019

Netherlands
6 four ane 1 26 June 2019 9 August 2019

Papua New Guinea
2 1 1 14 July 2018 14 July 2018

Thailand
3 ii 1 x July 2018 10 July 2018

Uganda
1 1 7 July 2018 7 July 2018

United states of america
i 1 31 August 2019 31 August 2019

Note: Scotland won a Super Over after the tied lucifer against Netherlands.

Current squad

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This lists all the players who take played for Scotland in the past 12 months. Updated on 24 January 2022.

Name Historic period Batting mode Bowling style
Captain and All-rounder
Kathryn Bryce 24 Right-handed Correct-arm medium
Vice-helm and Wicket-keeper
Sarah Bryce 22 Correct-handed
Batters
Ailsa Lister 17 Right-handed
Becky Glen 27 Correct-handed Right-arm off break
Lorna Jack 29 Right-handed
Charis Scott 19 Right-handed Right-arm off intermission
Ellen Watson 21 Right-handed
All-rounders
Abbi Aitken-Drummond 30 Correct-handed Correct-arm medium
Katie McGill 30 Right-handed Correct-arm medium
Megan McColl 21 Correct-handed Correct-arm medium
Samantha Haggo 29 Right-handed Correct-arm medium
Spin Bowlers
Katherine Fraser xvi Right-handed Correct-arm off break
Abtaha Maqsood 22 Right-handed Right-arm leg break
Pace Bowlers
Priyanaz Chatterji 28 Right-handed Right-arm medium
Hannah Rainey 24 Right-handed Right-arm medium
Rachel Slater 20 Right-handed Left-arm medium
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See likewise

[edit]

  • List of Scotland women ODI cricketers
  • List of Scotland women Twenty20 International cricketers
  • Scottish men’s cricket team

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    Other women’due south matches played by Scotland Women Archived 9 March 2016 at the Wayback Machine – CricketArchive. Retrieved 26 Nov 2015.

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    “Friction match Report – Wildcats v Netherlands – SWCA”. Archived from the original on 29 November 2015.

    Archived 29 Nov 2015 at the Wayback Machine

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    “ICC announces schedule of ICC Women’south World Twenty20 Qualifier 2015 – ICC Cricket”. Archived from the original on 29 May 2015.


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Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scotland_women%27s_national_cricket_team