Scotland well beaten in Queensland on warm-up tour

Scotland bowler Iain Wardlaw
Iain Wardlaw took three wickets for 55 runs from his 10 overs
Tour match, Maroochydore
QAS 268-8 (50 overs) beat Scotland 175 (39 overs) by 93 runs
Match scorecard (external side)external-link

Scotland suffered a heavy defeat in their third World Cup warm-up match, losing by 93 runs to Queensland Academy of Sport.

The home side made 268-8, with Iain Wardlaw the best of the Scottish bowlers, taking three wickets.

Scotland openers Kyle Coetzer and Calum MacLeod put on 56 but the visitors lost their way when the latter went for 22.

Coetzer reached 55 and Freddie Coleman made 51 but the Scots were all out for 175 after 39 overs.

Australia international seamer Peter George, who played one Test in 2010, was the pick of the home attack, taking 5-24 from his eight overs.

Captain Preston Mommsen and Matt Cross were dismissed for ducks, with four other Scottish batsmen scoring two runs or less.

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