Rain washes out New Zealand A tour match

Last updated 07:40 22/08/2014
Tom Latham
RAINED OUT: Tom Latham unbeaten on 24 when New Zealand A's match against Scotland was rained out.

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Rain has hit New Zealand A's cricket tour of Britain again, washing out their latest one-day match against Scotland in Edinburgh.

New Zealand were 91-1 before the players were forced off the Grange ground and the match was eventually abandoned.

Having won the toss and deciding to bat, the Kiwis took an aggressive approach under the threatening skies, scoring at more than 10 an over.

Opener Anton Devcich was the only wicket to fall, caught behind in the sixth over for 36 off 22 balls, including five fours and two sixes.

Tom Latham was on 24 and Dean Brownlie on 23 when the rain arrived after 8.3 overs.

It was the second one-dayer against Scotland to be washed out. New Zealand A won the other two internationals comfortably.

They now face English county teams Kent and Surrey in three day matches to wrap up their tour.

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