P W L Pts Ireland 3 3 0 6 Scotland 3 2 1 4 Holland 3 1 2 2 Denmark 3 0 3 0
- Ireland beat Scotland by 90 runs
Ireland 179-5 (C Geraghty 60, C Dougherty 33, S Lester 27*)
Scotland 89 (T Morton 4-20, G Thompson 2-13, A Britton 2-13)
- Holland beat Denmark by 3 wickets
Denmark 130 (M Sørensen 33, S Ali 33*)
- Ireland beat Holland by 88 runs
Ireland 149 (M Robinson 24*)
Holland 61 (G Thompson 2-3, M Robinson 2-5, S Lester 2-5, K Tonetti 2-8)
- Scotland beat Denmark by 8 wickets
Denmark 114-8 (M Sørensen 35, S Dalgleish 3-19, R Flannigan 2-20)
Scotland 115-2 (R Flannigan 48*, R Forsyth 26*)
- Scotland beat Holland by 75 runs
Scotland 148-7 (K Jacobs 43, A Aslam 25, F Murray 25*, O de Jens 2-26)
Holland 73 (F de Vegt 36, R Hiley 2-7, S McLennan 2-10)
- Ireland beat Denmark by 88 runs
Ireland 165-5 (S Lester 46*, C Dougherty 40)
Denmark 77 (G Thompson 3-3, T Morton 2-9, C Geraghty 2-12)
Player of the Tournament
Stuart Lester (Ireland)
- Zishan Shah
- Kashif Qureshi
- Mads Johanson
- Lars F Bolt
- Kosta Rizos
- Finn Kleissl
- Kashif Ibrar
- Andreas Wetche
- Martin Pedersen
- Sohail Ali
- Philip Clarke
- Mikkel Sørensen
- Atif Igbal
- Managers: Martin Sørensen, Umair Butt
- Midas Walhain (HCC, captain)
- Davey Boddé (VOC)
- Steven de Bruin (ACC)
- Folkert van der Vegt (Bloemendaal)
- Kabir Kohli (VRA)
- Chris Davey (HCC)
- Graeme Davey (HCC)
- Ollie de Geus (HBS)
- Allard van den Oever (VOC)
- Lesley Stokkers (Quick Hg)
- Bart Nawijn (Rood en Wit)
- Thijs van Schelven (Quick Hg)
- Koen van Everdingen (VOC)
- Greg Thompson (Lisburn, captain)
- Andrew Britton (Donemana)
- Christopher Dougherty (Bready)
- Conor Geraghty (Malahide)
- Robbie Kirk (Instonians)
- Stuart Lester (Armagh)
- James Magowan (Downpatrick)
- Steve Moore (Drummond)
- Thomas Morton (Lurgan)
- Mark Robinson (Cooke Collegians)
- Daryl Service (Larne)
- Kyle Tonetti (Merrion)
- Donal Vaughan (CYM)
- Manager: Michael Quinn
- Coach: Dave McGeehan
- Robin Hiley (Haddington)
"Lightning" is a right arm strike bowler and solid right hand bat. His ability to set fields progressed during the North East tour.
- Azeem Aslam (Clydesdale)
Left hand fluent opening batsman and swing bowler. Azeem is a fitness fanatic who runs six miles a day.
- Scott Dalgleish (East Kilbride)
Leg spin bowler and positive right hand top order bat. Scored heavily on North East tour.
- Ryan Flannigan (Kelso)
Has picked up nickname of previous Scotland star "Stroppy", possibly due to the fact that he is never out! Right hand opening bat and away swing bowler. Scored impressive century against Cleveland recently.
- Rupert Forsyth (Grange)
Right hand bat and medium pace bowler. Very positive stroke player who can find very novel ways of getting out.
- Keaghan Jacobs (West Lothian)
Named "Cracker" because he is one. Only eleven years old, has precocious talent and scored attractively and quickly in Durham last week. Also bowls well and takes spectacular catches.
- Hamish Locke (Hillhead)
Right hand bat who times the ball sweetly and is adept at putting away the bad ball.
- Paul Louden (Grange)
Opening right arm medium pacer who possesses a devastating quicker ball which really hits the deck. Fields with good commitment.
- Calum MacLeod (Drumpellier)
Famous for having modelled the Scotland one day shirt on the cricket guide in 1999. He bowls lively right arm medium pace and is a late order hitter.
- Scott McLennan (Glasgow Accies)
Right hand bat and medium pace bowler, Scott displays a sound batting technique and good carry in his bowling.
- Fraser Murray (Stoneywood-Dyce)
Right hand bat and medium pace bowler who takes an intelligent approach to the game.
- Stephen Parker (Grange)
Stephen has not been playing the game long but shows huge potential. He has a good eye and murders the bad ball. Scored an attractive fifty against Durham.
- Craig Sutherland (Penicuik)
"Chipmunk" is the noisiest member of the side as befits a wicket-keeper. He also slogs rather well and confounded the coaching team during a spread betting exercise where his survival at the crease far exceeded expectations.
- Manager: Sam Scott
- Coach: Peter Steindl
- Robin Hiley (Haddington)