Team England lose their second lawn bowls final of the day as Scotland come from behind to beat them 16-8 in the men's fours at the Commonwealth Games.
Scotland came from behind to comfortably beat England in the men's fours final at the Commonwealth Games.
It is the second bowls final loss suffered by England on Friday following defeat to South Africa in the women's pairs.
The Scottish quartet of David Peacock, Neil Speirs, Paul Foster and Alex Marshall overcame an early 5-4 deficit to eventually romp to a 16-8 victory, winning 10 ends to England's four at Kelvingrove.
It is Foster and Marshall's second gold in Glasgow, following their triumph in the men's pairs.
Australia edged out India 15-14 in the bronze-medal match to complete the podium.