Fraser Watts

Role Batsman
Born Jun 5, 1979
Nationality Scotland Scotland
Team History
Scotland national cricket team Scotland 1999 - 2013
Scotland national cricket team Scotland 2006 - 2009

Fraser Watts is a right handed batsman and right arm medium bowler who plays for Scotland cricket team. The other teams he has played for are Loughborough UCCE and Carlton (Scotland).

On 6th August 2006, Fraser Watts played his first One day International at Ayr against Netherlands. He took 1 catch and scored 2 runs in 7 balls as the No. 2 batsman. Scotland won by 4 wickets with 1 delivery to spare. Watts debuted in Twenty20 International on 12th September 2007 at Durban against Pakistan. While fielding, he took 1 catch. He was assigned the No. 1 batting position where he scored 46 runs in just 35 balls and this knock included 9 fours. Pakistan won this match by 51 runs.

Career Highlights

Fraser Watts got the opportunity to appear in 22 One day Internationals in which he scored 444 runs with 70 as his highest score. His batting average was 21.14 and batting strike rate was 58.88. He hit 42 fours, 4 half centuries and 4 sixers and took 4 catches. He took 2 catches in the 3 Twenty20 Internationals he played and hit 10 boundaries. His batting average was 26.50 and batting strike rate was 115.21. His run-aggregate was 53 with 46 as the highest score.

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