Team England's Emily Kay beats Katie Archibald to bronze in the 10km women's scratch race as Australian Amy Cure claims the Commonwealth gold.
Team England cyclist Emily Kay has won bronze in the 10km scratch race at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Kay narrowly edged out Scotland's Katie Archibald - who won individual pursuit gold earlier this week - to the final place on the podium as a cluster of riders sprinted for the line after a gruelling 10km race at the Anna Meares Velodrome.
There was a Scottish presence amongst the medals, though, as Neah Evans claimed silver to mark his maiden Commonwealth Games in style on the final day of cycling action.
The race once again belonged to hosts Australia, however, as they continued their success in the Velodrome through Amy Cure, who crossed the line first in front of a raucous home crowd.
Cure - who also won gold as part of the team pursuit earlier this week - added an individual title to that triumph as she upgraded her 2014 silver from the event.
England's Eleanor Dickinson and Emily Nelson were also in action, but could only finish sixth and 21st respectively.
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