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Scott MacBeth - Cricket Player


About me:

D.O.B - October 2004
Hand used - right hand bat
Height - 6ft 1in
Preferred bat- kookaburra ghost/ new balance tc 1260.
Weight of bat - 2.7/2.8 lb
Highest score - 174 not out
Best bowling - 5-13 off 6 overs
Any sponsors - none
Teams played for - St.Johnston CC, North west emerging warriors, Ireland u13 to u19, north west u11 to u17.
Favourite player - Jos Buttler, Quinton de Kock
Career aspirations- to make a career out of the game I love, help win matches, travel the world and meet new friends.
Favourite format - T20, ODI
Goals for year 2022 - To score over 1000 runs for my club
Favourite quote - don't practice until you get it right, practice until you can't get it wrong.




Republic of Ireland

Aims & Goals

For now I am looking to break into he north west warriors and progress into the Irish senior team

Playing experience:

I started playing cricket in my backyard with my dad and brothers. I joined St. Johnston CC and played my first game for the club at 5 years old at u12 level right up to u15’s, scoring 6 century’s. I’m currently in my 3rd year in St. Johnston’s 1st team squad.
I’ve been selected for the north west and Ireland u11, 13, 15, 17 and currently representing Ireland u19 World Cup qualifying squad in la manga Spain.


Barry Scott, coaching

I\'ve been lucky enough to have been working with Scott since he was 11 or so, and while he\'s always been very naturally talented what has always stuck out to me was his willingness to to learn, work hard and be challenged has always been something that stick out to me as a coach. This has been highlighted with his selection in the Ireland 19s as a 16year old which shows how highly regarded he is.. for me the skys the limit and he can go as far as he wants, as long as he keeps working hard and doing all the extras, I look forward to working with Scott in the future and watching his career progressing further

Gary Wilson, former Ireland international captain

I first came across Scott when he came up in conversation as a young play to watch out for. It quickly became evident that he had both the drive and the talent to succeed in the game from the first time I threw balls at him. A hard hitting batter who has the ability to change a game on his own, I hope that he has a long career in the game. If he continues on the same trajectory, he has every chance.