Bowler Alex ‘Tattie’ Marshall becomes Scotland’s most successful Commonwealth Games athlete

Ronald Duncan, Derek Oliver, Paul Foster and Alex Marshall of Scotland won gold in the Men's Fours (Jono Searle/Getty Images)

ALEX MARSHALL has added another medal to his collection, becoming Scotland’s most successful Commonwealth Games athlete of all time.

The bowler, nicknamed ‘Tattie’, won gold in the Men’s Fours alongside Ronald Duncan, Derek Oliver and Paul Foster.

Alex Marshall (Jono Searle/Getty Images)

Having already won a silver in the Gold Coast, his tally now stands at five golds and one silver.

Teammate Foster is third in the list, with four golds and one silver.

Allan Wells was Scotland’s previous top medallist, and cyclist Neil Fachie also has four Commonwealth golds.

Scotland’s medal tally on the bowling green during this Games now stands at five, with Claire Johnston and Lesley Doig also winning bronze in the woman’s pairs.

They beat Canada 18-10 to finish third in the competition.