Scottish Cricket: Caledonia’s Game? is an independent cricket website featuring Scottish news and interviews and covers the country’s domestic and regional game.
The site is designed and run by sports writer Kaylan Geekie, set up in partial fulfilment of a BA (Hons) Sports Journalism requirements at the University of the West of Scotland.
This website adheres to all journalism ethics and values as required for the Creative Practice Major Component which accompanies a Creative Research Project Contextualisation Minor Component on G Gregory Smith’s “Caledonian Antisyzygy” literary theory.
Kaylan has worked for Cricket Scotland on their website cricketscotland.com, the governing body for the game in Scotland, since 2014 and will be covering the team this summer when they play Sri Lanka, Namibia and Zimbabwe.
All content and images fall within the legal frameworks and in accordance with and/or for commercial purposes such as a personal website or non-commercial purposes such as a school project, under the Creative Commons Licence and have been adhered to, within, the lawful requirements.
Other images are the personal copyright of the author, and where they are not, the author has had prior agreement to use images from other parties and has credited the owner/s as requested.
All the work on this website is originally created specifically for the Creative Research Project: Major Component.
All work is referenced in accordance with journalism writing structures and the bibliography, online references, articles and reports for the Minor Contextualisation Component can be found under the References Menu on the Home page.
A podcast link to the audio element of this project can be found on Kaylan’s Soundcloud.
There is also a podcast link in the Features Menu where a written version of Fraser Watts “Caledonian Antisyzygy” interview presented in a long-form feature.
This project has been undertaken outwith the cricket season in Scotland and therefore does not feature any match reports.
For more work by Kaylan, follow the Social Media links on the website, where older work can be located.
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