Gordon Drummond

Team Scotland national cricket team Scotland national cricket team
Role Bowler
Born Apr 21, 1980
Nationality Scotland Scotland
Team History
Scotland national cricket team Scotland 2007 - present

Gordon Drummond has been a member of teams like Scotland cricket team and Scotland A team. He is a right arm medium fast bowler and right handed batsman.

Gordon Drummond debuted in One day International cricket in a match between Scotland and West Indies on 12th July 2007 at Dublin. He was the No. 9 batsman and faced 1 ball and scored 2 runs off it. He was hit for 27 runs in the 3 overs he bowled. West Indies won this match by 4 wickets with 1 delivery remaining according to Duckworth-Lewis method. On 2nd August 2008, Drummond played his debut Twenty20 International at Belfast against Ireland. He scored 11 runs off 12 balls while batting at the No. 8 slot. He bowled 3.5 overs and in these 27 runs were scored. He failed to take any wicket. Ireland won this match by 4 wickets with 1 ball to spare.

Career Highlights

In 6 One day Internationals, Gordon Drummond bowled 149 balls off which 120 runs were scored and 2 batsmen were dismissed. His bowling average was 60, bowling strike rate was 74.5 and economy rate was 4.83. He contested in 4 Twenty20 Internationals and conceded 92 runs in the 89 deliveries he bowled while taking 2 wickets. His economy rate was 6.20, bowling average was 46 and bowling strike rate was 44.5.

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