Thailand have won a closely fought women's T20I series in Utrecht in which all teams won two and lost two with the winners decided on net run rate.

The series started on Monday with Scotland being bowled out for just 65 by Thailand, Chanida Sutthiruang taking three wickets for just two runs. Thailand had little trouble chasing down their target, winning by 8 wickets in 10.2 overs.

The hosts played their first match on day two, bowling Thailand out for 92. Captain Heather Siegers scored an unbeaten 49 to secure a six wicket win with 11 balls to spare.

On day three, Darcey Carter scored an unbeaten 53 as Scotland scored 110-8 against the Dutch. Hannah Rainey then took 3-15 as the hosts were restricted to 104-8, losing by just six runs.

An all round performance from Kathryn Bryce helped Scotland beat Thailand on day four. First, she took 3-21 as Thailand scored 102-6 from their 20 overs. Then she scored 33 with sister Sarah scoring 36 as Scotland won by six wickets with 2.2 overs to spare.

Sterre Kalis set a record on Friday as the hosts took on Thailand. She carried her bat for 51, 68% of the Dutch total of 75, a record for an all out innings in women's T20Is. No other Dutch batter reached double figures, with Thipatcha Putthawong taking 5-8. Thailand knocked off the required runs in 13.3 overs to win by 8 wickets.

Scotland then needed a win on the final day to secure the tournament, but were bowled out for 79 with only two batters reaching double figures. Robine Rijke took 4-11. Heather Siegers scored an unbeaten 40 as the Dutch secured a seven wicket win, but the 17 overs they took to do it wasn't quick enough to lift their net run rate ahead of that of Thailand.