We take a look at the facts & figures of Callum MacLeod
Full name: Calum Scott MacLeod
Born: November 15, 1988, Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Current age: 26 years
Major teams: Scotland, Durham, Durham 2nd XI, Scotland Under-19s, Warwickshire, Warwickshire 2nd XI
Nickname: Cloudy, Highlander, Scot
Batting style: Right-hand bat
Bowling style: Right-arm medium-fas
There has only been one Gaelic speaker to ever take the field in a Test match, and that was Callum MacLeod, who acting as a substitute fielder for England against Australia in 2009.
The Durham batsman started out life as a fast bowler, but when his actions was adjudged illegal by the authorities it looked like his dream of professional cricket was over.
It was to the surprise of almost everyone that MacLeod turned himself into a batsman, and he is now a fixture of Durham’s limited overs side.
MacLeod played a huge part in getting Scotland to the World Cup, scoring hundreds against Canada and the UAE.
Since then he has had a bit of a lean trot in a Scotland shirt, but an undefeated hundred against an Australian grade side makes you hopeful that he has found form ahead of the main event.