THE Wee County's Duncan Scott netted his first individual title at Glasgow 2018, winning the 200m freestyle final from lane eight.

The 21-year-old, who already has a relay gold and individual silver at these games, held his nerve to take the 200m title in a season's best time.

He said: "I didn't really know what was going on with the rest of the field. I'm just really, really happy with how it went.

"I had no idea where I was in the race I just kicked on with my race plan - I was just hacking away in the last 25m and hoping.

"I was pretty relaxed in the warm up, but the crowd has been amazing all week - when I took my headphones off it was amazing.

"But I just went in with no expectations."

The Alloa swimmer became the most decorated Scottish athlete at a single Commonwealth Games earlier this year.