Scotland claimed an 18-run win over Nottinghamshire on the Duckworth/Lewis method in the Clydesdale Bank 40 Group B clash in Edinburgh.
Nottinghamshire were put into bat and posted 219-7, captain Chris Read top-scored with 59, while Josh Davey and Madjid Haq took two wickets apiece.
The Saltires, seeking to respond from the previous day's rain-affected loss to Surrey, this time came out in credit after the weather forced a revision of the target.
The visitors made a circumspect start before losing wickets in successive overs. Alex Hales was bowled for 18 by Matthew Parker in the sixth over and Riki Wessels followed in the seventh for one, caught by Calum MacLeod off the bowling of Evans, to leave Nottinghamshire 25-2.
Samit Patel joined Michael Lumb to restore some stability, but in the 14th over the opener perished, caught behind off the bowling of Richie Berrington for 26.
James Taylor and Patel took the visitors into three figures before the England Test batsman was out for 36 from 43 balls, caught by MacLeod to become Haq's first victim.
Read and Taylor set about the Scottish attack and built a useful partnership which came to an end when the latter attempted to up the ante further.
Again MacLeod was the catcher off Haq's bowling, Taylor departing in the 32nd over having made 34 runs off 56 balls.
Steven Mullaney then provided able support to Read, who fell four overs from the end, caught by Ryan Flannigan off the bowling of Davey.
Davey claimed his second wicket in his next over as Paul Franks (9) fell, MacLeod again claiming the catch.
The visitors survived the remaining nine balls unscathed, but their total soon looked short as MacLeod and Davey made a fast start, powering along to 73 without loss after 15 overs.
MacLeod reached a 57-ball half-century, with six fours and a six, before the partnership reached three figures in the 21st over.
They had advanced to 108 from 23 before rain halted play, 18 runs ahead of the D/L par, with MacLeod on 58 and Davey 44.
Patel and Mullaney were economical among a struggling bowling attack which proved unable to make any inroads into the hosts' line-up.