Scotland's men's Under-19 World Cup campaign still hasn't got going as they lost again today in Potchefstroom, by five wickets to the West Indies.

West Indies captain Stephan Pascal won the toss and chose to bowl first at Senwes Park, with Scotland's openers Jamie Dunk and Adi Hedge putting on 89, but taking their time to do it, with Hedge the first man out at the end of the 22nd over having scored 32.

Dunk reached 57 before he was the next man out, with Alec Price contributing 31. There were no other contributions of note in the Scotland innings and they scored 205-9 from their 50 overs, with Isai Thorne taking 4-46.

Alec Price batting during Scotland's inningsScotland's Alec Price during his innings of 31 (ICC)

West Indies found the going tricky in the early stages of their reply, with the top three all out within the first nine overs. At 111-5 in the 17th over, the game was looking evenly balanced.

However, that was the end of the wicket taking for the Scottish attack as Jewel Andrew and Nathan Edward added an unbroken 95 to secure the five wicket win. Andrew was top scorer with 64 from 60 balls.

Scotland's next game will be against South Africa on Saturday, whilst West Indies are next in action against England on Friday.