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Scotland Cricket Players Salary 2021-22, Central Contract, Rules, Highest Paid Cricketers

Scotland Cricket Players Salary 2021-22

Cricket Scotland has announced that thirteen players have signed contracts for the 2021/22 season. Tom Sole will be joining the 12 existing full-time team members whose deals have been renewed for another year. Scotland Cricket team is managed by the Cricket Scotland. It is the board that takes all financial decisions of the team. Check Scotland Cricket Players Salary 2021-22, Central Contract, Rules, Highest Paid Cricketers.

They play their home matches at The Grange, Edinburgh. Scotland became Associate Members of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 1994. So check out the details of the Scotland Cricket them like Scotland cricket team Salary, Rules, Central Contract 2021-22, Highest Paid Cricketers.

Scotland Cricket Players Salary 2021-22

Scotland Cricket Players Salary 2021-22

Cricket Scotland has not yet announced the salaries of the players yet. However, what we do know is that all 12 players have signed the new contract issued by the board. The team will be seen appearing in the formats. Check out the squad list here.

Also, take a look at the entire table of the current squad with details like their roles as a cricketer and the formats they will b playing in. Check out the jersey numbers also.

Contracted Scotland players for 2021/22

  • Kyle Coetzer
  • Richard Berrington
  • Calum MacLeod
  • Ali Evans
  • Craig Wallace
  • Dylan Budge
  • George Munsey
  • Hamza Tahir
  • Mark Watt
  • Matthew Cross
  • Michael Leask
  • Safyaan Sharif
  • Tom Sole
Name of the players Role Forms Jersey No.
Kyle Coetzer Batsmen ODI (C) 15
Calum MacLeod Batsmen ODI 10
George Munsey Batsmen ODI 93
Matthew Cross Wicket-keepers ODI 9
Craig Wallace Wicket-keepers ODI 18
Richie Berrington All-rounders ODI (VC) 44
Dylan Budge All-rounders ODI 17
Michael Leask All-rounders ODI 29
Alasdair Evans Pace bowlers ODI 45
Safyaan Sharif Pace bowlers ODI 50
Adrian Neill Pace bowlers ODI 7
Gavin Main Pace bowlers ODI 28
Hamza Tahir Spin bowlers ODI 32
Mark Watt Spin bowlers ODI 51

Although the Cricket board of Scotland has not yet declared the salary and other details for the Team, we do have some information and rules that were stated earlier by the officials. Check out some pointers of the same,

  • Under the contract structure, players in both ODI and T20 formats receive a ‘ranking’ based on their performances on the pitch.
  • A number of other factors, including off-field contribution, fielding and fitness. Those rankings then correlate with the level of remuneration.
  • Cricket Scotland management worked with the players and Scottish Cricketers’ Association to negotiate the new contracts which run until April 2022.

Central Contract 2021-22 and Highest Paid Cricketers

As we have mentioned above stating the salary and payments of Scottish cricket players, it is not yet been declared by the officials. They are still running some clauses. We will keep you posted about the same as soon as the word is out.

Similarly, it is not possible for us to analysis as to who is the highest-paid player on the team. Once it is known to us, we will update you on the same as well. In the meantime, Check out the current news and happening of the Scottish team.

Interesting facts about Scotland cricket

  • The most famous cricketers to have come from Scotland are probably the former England captain, Mike Denness, Warwickshire all-rounder Dougie Brown, and former England Test player Gavin Hamilton.
  • The most infamous cricketer, a man who was vilified in Australia, was a Scot, Douglas Jardine, father to and inventor of Body Theory which is well documented under “Bodyline”.
  • Scotland will face the Netherlands in two ODI’s in Rotterdam in May to get their 2021 campaign underway.
  • As per Burger who said, “We want to make sure we are doing everything in our power to have the players as ready as they can be to represent Scotland in the T20 World Cup and play the best cricket that we can.”

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