Ireland-Scotland T20 game washed out at Bready

Scotland bowler Michael Leask appeals during the first T20 game against Ireland
Scotland won the first T20 international against Ireland on Thursday

The second T20 game between Ireland and Scotland on Friday was abandoned without a ball being bowled at Bready.

Persistent rain at the the County Tyrone venue led to the decision to call off the match.

The game has been rearranged for Saturday at 15:30 BST with the third and final T20 at Bready on Sunday.

Scotland won Thursday's opener by six wickets with Ireland making 146-5 before a quickfire 60 from Matt Cross helped the visitors to victory.