Made his T20I debut against Kenya in Aberdeen in July 2013. Playing in his first ICC WT20.
Struck 58 in just his third T20I match – against the Netherlands in Abu Dhabi.
Scored 42 from just 16 balls in an ODI against England in Aberdeen in 2004 to win the player of the match award.
Played four matches in the qualifying tournament last year, taking seven wickets at just 12.71 each.
He also played two matches in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 but was wicketless and conceded nearly 10 runs per over.