England's James Chestney has confessed that he was not happy with his display in today's lawn bowls men's fours Commonwealth Games final.
Hosts Scotland found themselves 5-4 down after four ends, but they battled back in style to win the contest 14-4 and leave England with a silver medal.
"I thought we played reasonably well to start with – we held a few good heads but Alex [Marshall] played a few good conversions with his last bowl," Chestney told reporters.
"They came on to a better game after that and I'm just a bit disappointed with my performance because I didn't turn enough heads and didn't play as well as I would have like to have done. We got a foot in the game but I just found the last bowl difficult today and I didn't turn the heads over.
"It's the Commonwealth final – it's the highest level you can play at but I never enjoy losing. At the minute it's a bit disappointing but when I look back I'll be happy – I said before I came that I would be happy with a medal."
England's women's pairs also lost out in the final earlier today.