Scotland were devastated by seamer Nehemiah Odhiambo in the final Twenty20 match of the Kenya Tri-Series as the hosts coasted to a 10-wicket victory in Nairobi.

Gavin Hamilton's side, who lost by the same margin when they faced Kenya three days ago, were asked to bat first by home captain Maurice Ouma and made 123 all out.

Kyle Coetzer and Fraser Watts both made half-centuries against Uganda on Wednesday but fell for nine and nought respectively as Scotland's top order faltered to 38 for five.

Hamilton dug in for 28 and South African-born Jan Stander weighed in with a face-saving 48 from number seven, but it was not enough as Odhiambo returned a devastating five for 20.

Odhiambo's haul made him just the second bowler to take five wickets in a Twenty20 international, after Pakistan's Umar Gul, and his debutant brother Nelson also picked up two wickets.

Hamilton shuffled his pack in vain as he tried to defend the modest score but the quality of Kenya openers David Obuya (65 not out) and Steve Tikolo (56 not out) told as they moved to 126 without loss with 33 balls remaining.

The pair hit 15 boundaries and three sixes between them as seven Scottish bowlers tried their luck without success.