|First recorded cricket match in Scotland takes place at Schaw Park Alloa.
|Formation of Kelso CC.
|Scotland's first ever representative cricket match-22 of Scotland play the All England XI in Edinburgh. C Lawrence takes all 10 wickets during the All England XI second innings.
|Scotland play their first full International when they travel to the Oval to meet Surrey and win by 172 runs.
|Scotland play England at football, the first ever football international in the world, at West of Scotland's Hamilton Crescent cricket ground.
|A West of Scotland XI play against Australia in Glasgow during their first ever tour to the British Isles.
|First Scottish Cricket union formed.
|Scotland play Australia in Edinburgh and lose by 6 wickets.
|Scotland defeat Australia by 7 wickets in a one innings match.
|First Scottish Cricket union becomes defunct, mainly due to financial difficulties. Grange CC take over the organisation of representative matches.
|Scotland meet Ireland for the first time at Rathmines Dublin with the Irish victorious by 26 runs.
|First Western District Cricket Union Championship shared by Greenock and Clydesdale.
|Northern Counties win the first North of Scotland League.
|Scotland play South Africa for the first time.
|Selkirk win the first Border League.
|Forfarshire win the first Scottish Counties Championship.
|Scotland play West Indies for the first time.
|The second Scottish Cricket Union was formed.
|Scotland meet All India at Galashiels.
|Scotland meet Wales at the North Inch Perth.
|Scotland play New Zealand in Glasgow with the match ending in a draw.
|Brechin win the inaugural Strathmore Union.
|Sir Don Bradman makes his last appearance in the British Isles against Scotland at Mannofield Aberdeen, scoring a century.
|Grange win the first East of Scotland League.
|Scotland play Pakistan in Edinburgh.
|Almond Valley win the first Perthshire Cricket League.
|Kelburne win the first Scottish Cup.
|Inter District Championship established.
|Scotland meet Leicestershire in their first B & H Trophy match at Titwood Glasgow.
|Scotland play their first match in the Nat West trophy losing by 88 runs to Gloucestershire in Bristol.
|Scotland win their first B & H Trophy match when they defeat Lancashire by 3 runs at the North Inch Perth.
|Scotland resigns from membership of the UK Cricket Council.
|Scotland play in their first Triple Crown competition.
|Scotland elected to Associate Membership of the ICC.
|Scotland win the Triple Crown for the first time.
|Scotland participate in the first European Championships.
|Scotland come third in their first ICC Trophy competition.
|Scotland defeat Worcestershire by 4 runs in the Nat West Trophy in Edinburgh.
|First matches in the Scottish National League take place.
|Scotland participate in the Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur.
|Scotland play in their first Under 19 World Cup in South Africa.
|Scotland meet Australia in their first match ever in the ICC World Cup.
|Scotland defeat Durham County in their first ever National Cricket League fixture.
|Scotland win the inaugural Intercontinental Cup after beating Canada in Sharjah.
|Scotland defeat hosts Ireland in Dublin to win the ICC Trophy for the first time.
|Scotland undertake their first ODI series abroad when they travel to Bangladesh in December where they lose the series 2-0
|Scotland participate in the first World Cricket League Division 1 tournament in Kenya, losing to the hosts in the final. They however qualified for the inaugural Twenty20 Championship in South Africa later in the year where the lost to Pakistan and saw their match against India abandoned without a ball being bowled. They also participated in the World Cup in the West Indies losing their matches against Australia, South Africa and the Netherlands.
|Scotland open season at Lord's, playing MCC in a match to trial pink cricket balls. Trial unsuccessful!
First ever visit to Bermuda, winning an Inter Continental Cup game.
First ever match against the full England team, an abandoned ODI played at Raeburn Place, Edinburgh.
Played in inaugural ICC Twenty20 Qualifier, winning a place in the 2009 competition in England.