JACOB Peters was disappointed to not show everything he has in the locker when finishing sixth in the men’s 100m butterfly at the Commonwealth Games.

Peters clocked 52.06 in Birmingham, just one tenth of a second behind Australia’s Cody Simpson.

Poole’s Peters, who finished 0.92 seconds behind Canada’s winner Joshua Liendo Edwards with compatriot James Guy taking joint silver, was unsatisfied with the result in a strong field, as he finished one place below what he managed in the 50m on Saturday.

The 21-year-old explained: “I’m a bit disappointed, I know I have more in me than that.

“I started off the week strongly with the 50 but I must move on. I can’t let it affect me too much.

“It’s a very strong field, the top three were 51.4 and under so I can’t fault them. It’s not the result for me but hopefully it will be in the future.”

Dorset’s Jay Lelliott had a disappointing evening in the pool as he finished flat last in the men’s 200m backstroke final.

Lelliott was way off the pace, clocking 2:01.64 and finishing over five seconds behind teammate and new Commonwealth champion Brodie Williams.

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