Friends Provident Trophy - North Division
Durham 230-6 Innings Complete (N D McKenzie 68, P Mustard 57) v Scotland 192 (N F I McCallum 60)
Durham beat Scotland by 38 runs
Friends Provident Trophy holders Durham have moved level alongside Derbyshire at the top of the northern group after scoring a 38-run win against Scotland at Chester-le-Street.
Steve and Ben Harmison shared six wickets as the Scots were dismissed for 192 in reply to Durham's own total of 230-6.
It was the younger Harmison who led the attack, the 22-year-old coming on after 12 overs with the score on 42-2 and quickly taking the wickets of Colin Smith and Ryan Watson.
Inbetween those dismissals, Steve dismissed Fraser Watts to leave Scotland faltering at 51-5.
Nevertheless, Neil McCallum made 60 before Harmison senior yorked him.
After losing their seventh toss in the competition, Durham were put into bat with Michael Di Venuto hitting two of the first three balls from John Blain for four.
But the Tasmanian left-hander skied a return catch in Blain's next over with Will Smith, preferred to Kyle Coetzer, perishing in the same manner.
Phil Mustard and Neil McKenzie put on 75, but the England one-day wicketkeeper again looked out of touch until the medium pace of Richie Berrington was introduced with the score 45-2 after 17 overs.
Mustard then raced to a half-century, but he was run out for 57 when sent back at the non-striker's end.
Dale Benkenstein then put on 70 in 12 overs with McKenzie before the pair were respectivley bowled by left-arm spinner Glenn Rogers and caught behind off Blain.
Scotland sent in Gavin Hamilton to open against the county where he ended his first-class career, but after lashing two fours he drove at Callum Thorp and edged to Mustard.