Made his T20I debut against Ireland in Belfast in August 2008. Playing in his second ICC WT20.
Played innings of 33 against New Zealand and 42 against South Africa in the ICC WT20 2009, both at The Oval.
Took a breath-taking catch to dismiss Mark Boucher in the latter match.
Top-scored for Scotland with 206 runs in last year’s qualifying competition.
Smashed 156 against Bangladesh in Nelson in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 – a national record for World Cup cricket.