Clydesdale Bank 40 (at Glasgow): Warwickshire 97-3 (21.0 overs) beat Scotland 95 all out by 7 wickets
Warwickshire beat Scotland by seven wickets in their Clydesdale Bank 40 clash at Titwood in Glasgow.
After winning the toss Scotland decided to bat but a disastrous innings saw them all out for just 95.
Chris Woakes started impressively for the visitors, taking the first three wickets of Fraser Watts, Preston Mommsen and George Bailey to initiate a rapid decline for the home side.
Matthew Parker was top scorer for Scotland with 22 but quickly ran out of partners as the wickets tumbled.
It did not take the visitors long to get the 96 runs required, even though Neil Carter was out for only four, bowled by Parker and caught by Mommsen.
His partner Darren Maddy racked up 43 not out and despite Keith Barker out for 12, followed by Jim Troughton on 28, Ian Westwood came in to take Warwickshire over the line with 97 and 114 balls remaining.