Kyle Coetzer (right) batting for Scotland in the recent ODI clash with England at The Grange. Picture by Nigel Duncan Media

Scotland halted their losing streak with a tied match against Ireland in a T20 Tri Series clash in Holland.

Both teams scored 185 runs, Scotland for four wickets with Ireland losing six men in the process.

And two runs from Ireland’s Stuart Thompson off the final ball were crucial.

Scotland, who lost to Ireland by 46 runs in their first clash in Holland, now face a double-header against The Netherlands with the first game on Tuesday and th second on Wednesday.

Against Ireland, captain Kyle Coetzer won the toss and elected to bat.

The Aberdeen-born skipper top scored with 54 from 41 balls runs, a knock which included seven fours.

Opening partner George Munsey, who shared a stand of 100, and Calum MacLeod, who was unbeaten, both collected 46 runs.

Munsey scored his from only 25 balls while MacLeod amassed his score from 39 deliveries.

Paul Stirling was best for Ireland with 81 runs from 41 balls with Safyaan Sharif and Stuart Whittingham both collecting two wickets each.