Ayrshire's Jack McDonald, playing with Graeme Robertson, lost his morning foursomes by 3 & 2 and in the afternoon singles was defeated by 2 & 1
(Report courtesy of the www.scottishgolfview.com website)
The Scots lost 10-5 to Ireland and with England and Wales drawing 7 1/2-7 1/2, that means the men in blue are bottom of the table.
Ireland shaded the foursomes 3-2 against the Scots but ran way with the singles 7-3.
Only Daniel Young and Matthew Clark won in the afternoon for Scotland. Craig Ross and Graeme Robertson secured halved matches.
IRELAND 10, SCOTLAND 5
J Hume and G Moynihan bt C Robb and J Ross 3 and 2.
D McElroy and C Sharvin lost to D Young and J Savage 3 and 2.
C Campbell and C Selfridge bt M Clark and S Gibson 4 and 3.
R Bridges and R Dawson lost to A Dunton and C Ross 1 hole.
P Dunne and G Hurley bt J McDonald and G Robertson 3 and 2.
Moynihan bt Robb 2 and 1.
Sharvin bt Savage 1 hole
McElroy bt J Ross 5 and 3.
J R Galbraith lost to Young 2 and 1.
Hume lost to Clark 3 and 2.
Campbell bt Gibson 2 and 1.
Selfridge bt G Marchbank 3 and 2.
Dawson halved with C Ross
Dunne bt McDonald 2 and 1.
Hurley halved with Robertson.
ENGLAND 7 1/2, WALES 7 1/2
Foursomes 2 1/2-2 1/2
R Evans and B Stow lost to D Boote and M Hearne 2 and 1.
T Anderson and A Chester bt B Westgate and M Moseley 2 and 1.
A Chapman and D Wasteney lost to E Griffith and Z Galliford 3 and 1.
L Johnson and P Kinnear bt L Jones and R Davies 5 and 4.
H Casey and N Marsh halved with J Bush and R James.
Evans lost to Hearn 1 hole
Chesters bt Boote 3 and 2
Stow lost to Griffith 2 and 1
S Crookall-Nixon lost to Westgate 2 and 1.
Wasteney bt Moseley 1 hole.
Anderson bt James 5 and 3.
Marsh bt O Edwards 2 and 1.
Chapman bt Bush 1 hole.
Kinnear lost to Jones 2 and 1
Casey lost to Galliford 3 and 1.