Cammy joins Glenrothes Cricket Club’s Hall of Fame

Cammy Ross receives his award.
Cammy Ross receives his award.

Cameron Ross was inducted into the Glenrothes Cricket Club Hall of Fame in 2014.

Cammy joined the club in 1975 and, as of 2014, was still playing to his usual high standards.

A proper all-rounder, with 5396 1st XI runs at an average of 17.2, with a high score of 66, as well as 103 wickets at 21.9, he is currently doing his thing in the seconds, where he has scored 115 runs at an average of 12.8.

But if there is one thing the Scottish cricket community knows this person for, it’s his fantastic wicket keeping and his constant chat behind the stumps.

Cammy is pictured above (left) receiving his award from club chairman Ally Sim.