Northern Ireland boxer Michaela Walsh believes that she was 'cheated' out of a Commonwealth Games gold medal against Nicola Adams in the women's flyweight final.
Adams came out on top at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow courtesy of a split-decision win, with two of the three judges putting the 31-year-old ahead on points.
Speaking after the fight, Walsh told BBC Sport: "It was a close fight but I wanted it that wee bit more. She is Olympic champion and the two judges had it level, but I know in my heart I won the fight.
"I'd like to say congratulations to Nicola Adams, she is a great boxer for women's boxing but I do feel I have been cheated of the gold."