Scotland makes four changes for Ireland clash
Fri, Aug 14, 2009 5:59 PM
Scotland has announced its squad for the ICC Intercontinental Cup clash with Ireland that begins on 17 August.
The squad, which will be captained by Gordon Drummond, shows four changes from the opening win of the new competition, against Canada.
Dougie Lockhart replaces the injured Simon Smith as the wicket-keeper/batsman after showing great form in league competition this season.
Gordon Goudie returns after a serious shoulder injury and replaces Calum MacLeod, with left-arm spinner Ross Lyons being selected ahead of leg-spinner Moneeb Iqbal.
Stewart Chalmers is rewarded for his recent excellent form with his first four-day call-up, to fill the all-rounder position vacated by the injured Jan Stander.
Scotland has also announced its ODI squad for the matches against Ireland, where Gavin Hamilton will lead the side.
ICC Intercontinental Cup Squad: Gordon Drummond (capt), Fraser Watts, Dougie Lockhart (w-k), Qasim Sheikh, Ryan Watson, Euan Chalmers, Neil McCallum, Richie Berrington, Stewart Chalmers, Majid Haq, Ross Lyons, Gordon Goudie, Mathew Parker, Ally Evans.
ODI Squad: Gavin Hamilton (capt), Fraser Watts, Ryan Watson, Navdeep Poonia, Neil McCallum, Richie Berrington, Marc Petrie (w-k), Majid Haq, Gordon Drummond, Ross Lyons, Gordon Goudie, Dewald Nel.