Scotland probable squad for the ICC World Cup 2015

Scotland's probable squad for the ICC World Cup 2015

Scotland probable squad for the ICC World Cup 2015: The Scotland national selectors today named their provisional squad of 24 players for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Australia and New Zealand.

Cricket Scotland had already announced it in the past week that Preston Mommsen would lead the side, with Kyle Coetzer as his deputy.
This is a provisional team and according to the ICC norms it would be cut down to a 15 players final list on or before 7th January.

Scotland probable squad
The Scotland captain Preston Mommsen stated: “It’s a real honour to lead this group of players into a global event of this magnitude. (Photo Source: Scotland Cricket)

In a Press Statement the Scottish Officials said:

Assistant Coach of the Scotland team Craig Wright said: “The squad announcement brings our participation in the 2015 Cricket World Cup another step closer. We’ve had some quality preparation already with really productive trips away to New Zealand, Australia and Dubai. I’m sure the players are itching to get selected for the final squad, allowing them to display their skills on the world stage.”

The Scotland captain Preston Mommsen stated: “It’s a real honour to lead this group of players into a global event of this magnitude. We are a tight-knit unit and have grown together over the past few years. We’re all very focused on the task ahead, and strongly feel that this is our opportunity to create history.”

Specialist Coach former England skipper Paul Collingwood added: “I’m really excited to be involved with Cricket Scotland again in this superb journey to the World Cup.  I’m looking forward to working with the boys in the most exciting cricket tournament they could play in.”

Scotland’s probable squad for the World Cup 2015:
Preston Mommsen (captain), Kyle Coetzer (vice-captain), Richie Berrington, Frederick Coleman, Matthew Cross, Joshua Davey, Alasdair Evans, Hamish Gardiner, Gordon Goudie, Majid Haq, Moneeb Iqbal, Michael Leask, Matt Machan, Calum MacLeod, Gavin Main, George Munsey, David Murphy, Safyaan Sharif, Ruaidhri Smith, Robert Taylor, Andrew Umeed, Craig Wallace, Iain Wardlaw and Mark Watt.