The ICC Intercontinental Cup match between Canada and Scotland at Uddingston was the latest sporting fixture to fall victim to the Great British weather as all four days were washed out.
With many parts of northern and central England, as well as Scotland, underwater following the wettest June on record, it was perhaps no surprise that play was abandoned early on what should have been the fourth day, as the outfield was covered in large puddles.
The teams will try again in the first of two World Cricket League Championship fixtures on Monday, with the weather again likely to play a prominent role.
Each side took 10 points from the fixture, meaning that Scotland move up to second in the table with 46 points from four matches, and Canada last having lost three of their four.
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