Red Hot Off The Press ...... Group 2 Winners Scotland, slight underdogs to Netherlands, bit the favourites where it hurt most, in Women's Singles and Men's Doubles. After trading Mixed Doubles with Men's Singles, it took jump smasher Kristy Gilmour almost an hour and several heart-stopping moments to subdue Patty Stolzenbach in 3 games .... yup, the jumper was staring defeat in the face and had to suffer several painful dives to salvage the match. But that was nothing compared to Robert Blair and Paul Van Rietvede's battle with Ruud Bosch and Koen Ridder. The tables were turned slightly when Bosch suffered a hand injury in game 2, still it took the stubborn Scots a lot of effort to come back from 6 pts down late in the decider. Backed by overworked TV Crew (who were praying to finish early) they just nicked it with no more pts to spare, 30-28. Pics here ..... During the critical phase of the Men's Doubles match, these conversations occurred ..... Eefje Muskens : Are you sure the boys are going to make it? Doesn't look very good ..... Selena Piek : Don't worry. They are just toying around the Scot with a Dutch name. Emily Gilmour : God, I wish we don't need to play again. It still hurts from the dive in the singles match .... Imogen Bankier : Hmm, let me see if we could force the Dutch girls to concede the match without playing. Imogen Bankier about to strike Selena Piek senseless ...... Emily Gilmour pretends to look away. But luckily, Bankier didn't need to get that far ...... They won, and hugs and kisses all around ..... .... and so, SCOTLAND becomes the Champion of Group 2 For meritorious service in the faces of, err. Bosch and Ridder, Robert Blair is elevated to Umpire-hood Scots huddle around a cameraman taking pics from below ..... the tournament referee was nearby to ensure the "No Flash Photography" rule is still enforced.