Kyle Ketzer will give up the role of captain of the Scotland national cricket squad
Kyle Ketzer is one of the most experienced players of the Scotland national squad. He played his first match for the main national team back in 2008 — Kyle was the leader of the national team at the U15, U17 and U19 levels. Ketzer became the captain of the first national team in 2013 — the player replaced Gordon Drummond in this post.
On the eve, the 38-year—old player announced that he had made an important decision – Kyle Ketzer will give up the role of captain of the Scotland national cricket team.
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Ketzer has done a lot for Scotland
“I have thought long and hard about my decision to retire as captain of the Scotland men’s cricket team. I decided that the test series against the UAE national team will be the last in the role of the leader of the national team,” said Kyle Ketzer.
Toby Bailey, interim leader of the Scotland Cricket Board, thanked Kyle for his work as captain of the national team. Toby stated that Ketzer has done a lot for Scotland.
“On behalf of the whole of Scotland, the coaching staff, the men’s team, I would like to express my huge gratitude to Kyle for everything he has done during his captaincy,” Bailey said.