The three teams to do worse were West Indies U19 vs Barbados, which is understandableish given they were up against Pedro Collins and Fidel Edwards, Saracens vs Colts, which is typical Sri Lankan club 'first class' cricket, and Middlesex vs Yorkshire, which was in 1974.
Their Development XI beat Ireland a couple of times in the last few weeks, then the full Oman team came last in the 4-team tournament and then this. I see they had four debutantes, maybe that had something to do with it.
Scotland are a pretty handy side on their day, a lot of them have played 50+ full internationals, which as an associate, is a decent career. And watching the live stream, which I did, they bowled very well.
Oman, on the other hand, are not even close to being on the same level, even more so when four of them were only just out of their development XI. There were some stupid cricket, the sorts of things you might get away with if you're playing USA or Singapore, like they have been, but not against Scotland.
Nice to see Spain and Malta playing T20I cricket in a triangular with Estonia XI (not sure why they don't get T20I status?). They were affiliate teams not so long ago.
I could be wrong but last night, Awais Ahmed from Spain becomes the first man to score a T20I century in his very first innings. Sadly not his debut match otherwise it would have made headlines passing the current highest T20I score on debut from Ricky Ponting with 98*.