Scotland and UAE share points in washout
Bertus de Jong
Scotland and the UAE took 7 points each from their washed-out Intercontinental Cup clash. With heavy weather preventing any further play on days three and four, not even a first innings result was possible at Cambusdoon.
In the end only 66 overs were bowled across the first two days, with the UAE making it to 212-5 thanks in large part to 123 run stand between Shaiman Anwar and Rameez Shahzad, after Ali Evans and Josh Davey had reduced them to 66-4 on day one.
Anwar would eventually fall to Mark Watt before stumps, but Rameez pressed on with Muhammad Usman, left unbeaten on 74 when the rains came.
The teams take 7 points each from the match, leaving Scotland equal with Hong Kong on 30 points in 4th place, albeit having played one more game. The UAE remain at the bottom of the table, these being their first points in the competition.