Freddie Coleman hits maiden First Class century
Willie Dick (Cricket Media Scotland)
Saltires star Freddie Coleman was last night celebrating a maiden First Class century on his debut for Oxford University.
The Warwickshire batsman hit 110 as the students proved a match for Worcestershire at the Parks.
Teenager Coleman, who will play for Scotland at the U19 World Cup later this year, reached the landmark three figures from 165 balls, hitting eleven boundaries.
He added one more four before being caught and bowled by Jack Shantry.
Meanwhile John Hutton marked his Carlton debut in style as the Scottish champions crushed their Irish counterparts on Saturday.
Ex-Drumpellier paceman Hutton claimed five wickets for just eight runs in a devastating four-over spell that ripped the heart out of the North Down batting line-up.
The Irishmen were skittled for just 31, leaving Carlton victorious by a massive 206-run margin.
Earlier ex-Northants star Toby Bailey hit a run-a-ball 47 while fellow debutant Umair Mohammed made 40 as Carlton posted 237-6.