“It was a very difficult game to force a result but our attitudes and efforts from our boys were outstanding.
“Our efforts in the field was as good as any international team either full member or associate member. It was fantastic,” said Gillespie.
The draw for the two sides has allowed Scotland to push past the Barras on 46 points.
The Barras have slipped down two spots and are now in sixth position, on 43 points.
The current Intercontinental Cup Standings:
Ireland (89), Afghanistan (81), Netherlands (52), United Arab Emirates (47), Scotland (46), PNG (43), Hong Kong (39), Namibia (27).
The Barras and Scotland will face off today in the first match of the ICC World Cricket League Championship fixtures at Amini Park.