Jimmy Adams and James Vince plundered centuries as Hampshire crushed Scotland by 115 runs in their final Clydesdale Bank 40 fixture.
The second-wicket pair put on 233 in a Hampshire total of 302-4 at the Rose Bowl.
Adams hit 113 off 103 balls and Vince 131 from 110 as Scotland were given the run around in the field, despite Gordon Goudie's 3-31 haul.
The visitors were bowled out for 187 in 35 overs in reply, Hampshire seamers Chris Wood (4-37) and Hamza Riazuddin (3-37) sharing seven of the wickets to fall.
The result ensures Scotland pick up the wooden spoon in Group B, while Hampshire end their campaign in fourth place.