Friends Provident Trophy - North Division
Scotland 244 (C J O Smith 60, R R Watson 54) v Yorkshire 245-3 (A McGrath 105 no, J A Rudolph 82)
Yorkshire beat Scotland by 7 wkts
Anthony McGrath hit his first century of the season as Yorkshire scored a seven-wicket win against the Scottish Saltires in the Friends Provident Trophy at Headingley.
Yorkshire now need to beat Lancashire Lightning in their final group match on Wednesday to be certain of finishing top of the North Division.
After winning the toss, the Scots made 244, their highest score in their last 12 matches in the competition.
Gavin Hamilton shared an opening stand of 90 with Ryan Watson, but both fell in consecutive overs. Colin Smith then ensured a respectable score with a powerful 60 off 70 balls.
They then threatened to cause an upset when they had Yorkshire on 59-2 - Craig White falling cheaply to Dewald Nel while fellow opener Andrew Gale hit a rapid 33 off 36 balls.
But a record-breaking stand for the third wicket of 164 between McGrath and Jacques Rudolph put the home side in charge, with Yorkshire eventually winning with 9.2 overs to spare.
McGrath began his innings with a flurry of boundaries - surviving Nel's drop at slip off Gordon Goudie having made only four - and finished with an unbeaten 105 off 99 deliveries with 15 fours.
Meanwhile, Rudolph hit eight fours and a six in making 82 off 96 balls before an attempt to drive over the top saw him instead caught at deep mid-off by Nel.
Yorkshire captain Darren Gough emerged as their most successful bowler on the day he officially announced his retirement at the end of the season.
But their already injury-hit line-up suffered another blow when, having taken three wickets, Deon Kruis had to pull out of his eighth over with a hamstring strain.