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The Netherlands beat Scotland by eight wickets to claim the last qualification place at the 2014 World Twenty20.
Matt Machan hit 67no as Scotland beat Holland to keep themselves in the hunt for a place at the Twenty20 World Cup.
Cameron White's 63 not out guided Northamptonshire to a four-wicket win over the Netherlands in the Yorkshire Bank 40.
Luke Wright smashed 114 as Sussex Sharks cruised to a nine-wicket win over Holland in the Yorkshire Bank 40.
Warwickshire's dismal limited-overs campaign went from bad to worse with a five-run defeat to Holland at Edgbaston.
England have been drawn in the same group as co-hosts Australia at the 2015 Cricket World Cup.
Ireland qualified for the 2015 World Cup following a tie against the Netherlands in Amstelveen.
Ireland beat Holland by 88 runs to put themselves on the verge of qualification for the 2015 World Cup.
The Yorkshire Bank 40 clash between the Netherlands and Warkwickshire was called off on Friday due to bad weather.
James Taylor led Nottinghamshire to a four-wicket win over the Netherlands, their seventh straight YB40 victory.
Holland opened their account in this season's Yorkshire Bank 40 with a six-wicket triumph away at Worcestershire.
Alexei Kervezee and Daryl Mitchell played starred as Worcestershire condemned the Netherlands to defeat in Rotterdam.
Fit-again South Africa batsman JP Duminy blazed a rapid century as South Africa beat the Netherlands by 84 runs.
Rob Key impressed as Kent maintained their challenge in Group A of the Yorkshire Bank 40 by crushing Holland.
Nottinghamshire maintained their perfect record in the Yorkshire Bank 40 with an 89-run triumph over Holland.
Tuesday's Yorkshire Bank 40 Group A clash between Holland and Northamptonshire in Schiedam was abandoned.
The YB40 fixture between the Netherlands and Sussex was abandoned after 10.2 overs due to heavy rain in Schiedam.
James Tredwell returned figures of 4-22 as Kent claimed a comfortable seven-wicket victory over Holland in Deventer.
Ravi Bopara managed just a solitary run before starring with the ball as Essex cruised to victory over Holland by 117 runs.
Lancashire went top of Group A in the Clydesdale Bank 40 with a nine-wicket victory over the Netherlands at Old Trafford.