Friends Provident Trophy - Group B
Scotland 227-7 (G M Hamilton 75, C J Borgas 65) v Kent 206-6 (J L Denly 97 no)
Kent beat Scotland by 4 wkts (D/L Method)
Joe Denly's 97 not out dragged Kent to a four-wicket victory against Scotland in front of a 3,000-strong crowd at Canterbury.
Chasing a revised target of 206 in 44 overs, Kent got home with only 10 balls to spare courtesy of opening batsman Denly.
The Spitfires looked to be cruising as they reached 137-1 before a half-hour rain break disrupted the momentum of their pursuit.
Soon after the resumption, which led to the loss of six overs, Martin van Jaarsveld (37) chipped to deep midwicket, then the home supporters grew restless when three more fell in as many overs.
Darren Stevens (14) drove a return catch to spinner Ryan Watson (2-29), James Hockley (0) ran past one from Glenn Rogers (1-44) to be stumped by Simon Smith, as was Azhar Mahmood (1) after dragging his back foot when attempting a slog sweep.
Another 16 runs were still needed when Geraint Jones (12) edged an ambitious drive behind off Jan Stander (2-33).
But Denly, having reached a patient 50 from 80 balls, stood firm to see his side to their target, finishing three short of a century after facing 129 balls with six fours and a six.
Earlier, Scotland made good use of an excellent St Lawrence pitch to muster 227-7 in 50 overs, their highest score of this season's competition.
Newly appointed skipper Gavin Hamilton led the way with 75 from 112 balls at the top of the order and featured in a third-wicket stand of 84 in 17 overs with overseas player Cameron Borgas (65).
Kent are now up to second in Group B with four points, while Scotland remain bottom having lost all three of their fixtures.