Scottish Women's Cricket 2017
Kathryn Bryce reflects on an impressive year ( )
Kathryn Bryce looks back on a year to remember having played cricket in Australia Sri Lanka and for Scotland and Warwickshire.
George Watsonís College retain the Scottish Cup ( )
George Watsonís College claimed the 2017 Beyond Boundaries Womenís T20 Scottish Cup with victory in a surprisingly one-sided encounter with Edinburgh rivals Carlton at New Williamfield.
Two out of two for Ireland Women ( )
In a day of contrasting weather Scotland Women were blown away by Ireland Women losing both fixtures in the Celtic Cup series.
Easy win for Scotland Women A ( )
Scotland Women A easily beat Northumberland Women by nine wickets at Grange Loan Edinburgh.
Easy win for East Women ( )
An all-round performance from Kathryn Bryce saw the East Women defeat the Rest of Scotland Women by 164 runs in the fifty overs Regional Series at New Williamfield Stirling.
Kathryn White retires from international cricket ( )
As Scotlandís Women arrive home from Sri Lanka and begin to plan for the 2017 season they do so in the knowledge that they will be without the services of their two most experienced campaigners.
Tributes to Kari Anderson on her retirement ( )
Players and coach Steve Knox pay tribute to Kari Anderson on her retirement from Scottish cricket
Anderson calls time on glittering career ( )
Scotland legend Kari Anderson has retired from international cricket following their World Cup exit on Monday to Pakistan.
Scotland Women lose to Ireland Women ( )
Ireland Women easily beat Scotland Women in Sharjah in the first of two scheduled warm-up matches.
Scotland Women's squad announced ( )
The squad set to represent Scotland at the ICC Womenís Global Qualifier in Sri Lanka has been announced.