Three and easy for Woakes
Warwickshire’s bowlers made hay as Scotland were thumped by seven wickets in the Clydesdale Bank 40 in Glasgow.
Chris Woakes was the pick of the visiting attack with 3-16 from seven overs, while fellow seamer Boyd Rankin weighed in with 2-14 to help bowl Scotland out for a paltry 95 inside 30 overs after winning the toss at Titwood.
Spinners Imran Tahir and Ant Botha got in on the act with two wickets apiece and there was a solitary victim for Neil Carter.
Victory, achieved with a mammoth 19 overs to spare, extended Warwickshire’s lead at the top of Group C to five points, and keeps Scotland - beaten by Durham yesterday - rooted to the foot of the table with one win in seven games.
Woakes did the early damage with the ball, removing Fraser Watts and George Bailey in the space of three balls before Carter had Richie Berrington caught behind.
Opener Preston Mommsen, who made 19, also succumbed to Woakes, and Gavin Hamilton and Douglas Lockhart fell in successive overs to Rankin and Botha to further undermine Scotland’s attempts to post even a modest total.
Despite Matthew Parker’s resistance - he top-scored with an unbeaten 22 - the final five batsmen failed to reach double figures, and 16 extras were the third highest contribution to a sorry scorecard.
Although Warwickshire lost Carter early in their reply - caught by Mommsen off Parker - Darren Maddy overcame the loss of Keith Barker and Jim Troughton to see them home with an unbeaten 43 off 53 balls.