Durham recorded a seven-wicket Yorkshire Bank 40 win at Chester-le-Street as Scotland's miserable form in the competition continued.
The Scots had lost their previous six matches in the competition and never looked like ending that run after they were skittled for 91, with five of their batsmen going for ducks.
The rot set in as early as the third over for the visitors when Freddie Coleman shaped to drive Graham Onions and edged to Phil Mustard.
All went reasonably well while Tom Latham and Richie Berrington were compiling 30 for the second wicket until the latter skied Mark Wood (3-23) to long leg.
In the next over, Onions (3-26) removed Calum MacLeod and Preston Mommsen with successive deliveries and although Latham survived the hat-trick ball, Moneeb Iqbal fell to Wood without troubling the scorer in the next over.
Latham fell on 30 when he became Wood's third victim, lofting him to extra cover, and Paul Collingwood claimed the final three wickets from just nine deliveries.
The hosts made short work of their victory target, , losing three wickets more through carelessness than any penetration from the quartet of medium pacers the Scots employed.
Gordon Goudie followed up his unbeaten 14 by persuading Mustard (15) to loft a catch to mid-off, while MacLeod had Mark Stoneman leg before for 22.
Scott Borthwick (17) edged Berrington to slip, but Ben Stokes went in at 67-3 and hit an unbeaten 17 off 10 balls to see his side home in just 12.5 overs.