Alasdair Evans

Ali Evans

Alasdair Evans


Alasdair (Ally) had both his academic and cricketing education in Edinburgh. Being schooled at George Watson’s College he joined local cricket club, Carlton CC, as a junior and his passion for cricket has never looked back. 

Ally has been in the Cricket Scotland set up since the age of 13. He went all the way through the age group programmes until making his debut for full senior side in 2009.

He also went on to study Psychology at Loughborough University, where he gained a Bachelor of Science degree in 2010. Whilst at university he was part of the very successful MCC Universities programme. 

This background was part of the springboard that led him to be signed by Derbyshire County Cricket Club in 2011. He spent three seasons with them before returning to Scotland. 

Ally also spent some time at CALA homes in 2017, working in their HR department. This provided him with valuable in-depth experience of Human Resources and Management. 

Ally was elected as the SCA first president on its formation in 2017. He was then elected onto the board of FICA (Federation of International Cricketers’ Associations) the following year, after the SCA gained membership to FICA. 

He is a driven, passionate man who constantly strives to push the needs of professional players in Scotland on and off the field.