Douglas Lockhart

Born Jan 19, 1976
Nationality Scotland Scotland
Team History
Scotland national cricket team Scotland 1996 - 2008

Douglas Lockhart is a wicketkeeper and bats right handedly in several teams like Scotland cricket team, Oxford University and Glasgow Academicals.

Lockhart debuted in One day International cricket on 27th June 2006 at Edinburgh against Pakistan. As a No. 7 batsman, he remained unbeaten on 25 in 34 deliveries inclusive of 2 boundaries. He took 1 catch. Pakistan won this match by 5 wickets with 37 deliveries remaining. Lockhart’s last One day International was at Nairobi against Bermuda on 5th February 2007. He scored 25 runs in 18 balls at the No. 8 batting spot and took 1 catch. Bermuda won this match by 5 wickets with 6 balls to spare.

Career Highlights

Lockhart participated in 4 One day Internationals and in these accrued 64 runs with 25 not out as the highest score. His batting average was 32 and batting strike rate was 90.14. He hit 1 sixer and 4 fours and took 4 catches. In first class cricket, he got the chance to play in 21 matches. He stockpiled 755 runs at a batting average of 23.59. His highest score was 151 and he hit 1 hundred, 3 half centuries. He took 29 catches and stumped 1 batsman.

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