BRAD Currie helped Scotland qualify for the T20 World Cup on Thursday night, taking three for 18 in a win over Denmark.

The Scots will travel to the USA and West Indies for the tournament next summer, having defeated Jersey, Italy, Austria, Germany, and now the Danes.

Scottish captain Richie Berrington cleared the boundary rope four times to go with four fours as he underpinned Scotland’s 159 for seven in a contest first delayed and then reduced to 18 overs apiece because of rain in Edinburgh.

The total was ample as former Poole Grammar School student Currie’s three for 18 restricted Denmark to 126 for seven, with Scotland claiming a 33-run win to join Ireland in guaranteeing a top-two spot in their Regional Final group.

Scotland have leapfrogged Ireland in the seven-team standings and the teams will take on each other this afternoon to determine who wins the tournament outright.