|Height 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
Role Cricket Player
Name Richard Coughtrie
|2009–2011 Oxford MCCU|
Batting style Right-handed
|Full name Richard George Coughtrie|
Born 1 September 1988 (age 27) (1988-09-01) North Shields, Northumberland, England
2010–2013 Gloucestershire (squad no. 12)
FC debut 11 April 2009 Oxford UCCE v Worcestershire
Education Oxford Brookes University
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Richard Coughtrie (born 1 September 1988) is an English born Scottish cricketer, a wicket-keeper-batsman who most recently played for Gloucestershire. He made his first class debut for Oxford UCCE against Worcestershire in April 2009. Coughtrie is currently studying at Oxford Brookes University. Coughtrie signed a two-year contract with Gloucestershire in November 2010.
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born 1 September 1988, North Shields, Northumberland, Coughtrie made his first-class debut for Oxford UCCE in April 2009 opening the batting scoring 4 and taking two catches in a drawn match. He made debut for Gloucestershire after making a host of second XI appearances against Derbyshire in April 2011. He scored 20 in the first innings, however didn't keep wicket due to first option Jonathan Batty playing. Gloucestershire beat Derbyshire by seven wickets. Coughtrie scored 47 not out in 69 balls in a three-day University match against Cardiff UCCE in April 2011. Coughtrie made 45 in the first innings in a drawn match against Essex in May 2011. In August 2011, Coughtrie made his first-class top score as he made 54 not out to top score in the Gloucestershire first innings against Derbyshire in a seven wicket loss.
On 7 October 2013, it was announced that Gloucestershire were releasing Coughtrie after he played just one Twenty20 match in 2012.
In September 2012 Coughtrie was called up to the Scotland squad for their tour to South Africa. Coughtrie is eligible due to his Scottish father.
Career best performances
as of 1 October 2013