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GORDON Drummond concedes Scotland's second Clydesdale Bank 40 loss in as many days, this time to Leicestershire, has left him with more questions than answers.
SCOTLAND got their Clydesdale Bank 40 campaign off to a losing start against Durham - however coach Peter Steindl is adamant one won't become two against Leicestershire later today.
Scotland, Ireland and Sri Lanka are to contest a triangular one-day cricket series in Edinburgh in July.
Scotland's hopes of regaining the Intercontinental cricket cup - their first-ever five-day match - were hanging by a thread today after a disastrous opening session against Afghanistan in Dubai.
SCOTLAND fell to their second Clydesdale Bank 40 defeat in as many days against Warwickshire in a game of outstanding highs and awful lows at Edgbaston.
SCOTLAND failed with the bat as only three batsmen reached double figures against Durham on the way to a 63-run Clydesdale Bank 40 defeat at Chester-le-Street.
GORDON DRUMMOND has admitted Scotland have only themselves to blame after letting Nottinghamshire off the hook on the way to a 75-run Clydesdale Bank 40 defeat at Trent Bridge.
Scottish Saltires coach Pete Steindl will be thinking long and hard about his batting line-up this week ahead of this coming Sunday's CB40 match at Nottinghamshire after the side lost two matches over the weekend.
Carlton's Fraser Watts has retained his place in Scotland's cricket squad for Monday's one-day international against Bangladesh at Titwood, Glasgow.
GAVIN HAMILTON admits he is still getting to grips with captaincy after the Saltires fell to a 58-run Clydesdale Bank 40 defeat to Kent at Canterbury.
SKIPPER Gavin Hamilton insists the Saltires can end a run of three consecutive Clydesdale Bank 40 losses when they tackle Kent later today.
SCOTLAND'S cricketers were today entitled to rue one that got away after letting a commanding position slip on the way to a 43-run defeat to Nottinghamshire at Citylets Grange in the Clydesdale Bank Pro 40 series.
TONY Judd has challenged the country's fringe players to turn up the heat on established Saltires stars.
Edinburgh is set to stage top class international cricket again next season with confirmation today that England will tackle the Scottish Saltires on Saturday 19 June.
THERE isn't much room for a rock and a hard place on the 22-yard strip that separates batsman from bowler in the cricketing arena.
NEW Scotland cricket internationalist Stuart Chalmers will continue to venture into unknown territory this weekend when, fresh from helping achieve a One Day International victory over Canada, he returns to the Grange side who visit Heriot's.
SCOTLAND'S new cricket captain, Gordon Drummond, will again take the country's latest internationalist, Ewan Chalmers, under his wing when a fresh era gets underway with a four-day match against Canada starting tomorrow in Aberdeen.
TO say Scotland face an uphill task during the World Twenty20 would be an understatement – but skipper Gavin Hamilton believes the nature of the game can play into their hands.