After Siti Zalina Ahmad's bronze medal, the Malaysian lawn bowls contingent secured another 2022 Commonwealth Games medal as they finished as runners-up in the women's triples final on Friday.
The trio of Nur Ain Nabilah Tarmizi, Syafiqa Haidar Afif Abdul Rahman and Azlina Arshad were defeated 9-17 by England.
Despite leading 9-8 after 12 ends, Malaysia capitulated as they went scoreless in the remainder of the match, with England not even needing the final end to seal the victory.
Syabas! Trio boling padang negara, gandingan Nur Ain Nabilah, Syafiqa Haidar Afif dan Azlina Arshad berjaya meraih pingat PERAK ? dalam acara triples wanita di Sukan Komanwel Birmingham 2022!— Olympic Malaysia ??? (@olympicmas) August 5, 2022
Tahniah! Pingat Perak ke-4 ??#MalaysiaBoleh#B2022 pic.twitter.com/GgmRUnACrx
It was Malaysia's second loss of the day to an England side as their men's fours team were knocked out from the quarter-finals with a score of 10-16.
The national contingent also suffered a women's pairs setback at Victoria Park as Siti Zalina and Emma Firyani Saroji failed to defend their gold medal.
The Gold Coast 2018 winners lost 10-13 to Australia in the semi-finals and next face New Zealand in the bronze medal match.
Malaysia's only silver lining of the day was Fairul Izwan Abdul Muin reaching the men's singles semi-finals after beating three-time British Isles Championships gold medal holder Ross Davis 21-12.
The two-time Asia Pacific champion next takes on Delhi 2010 bronze medallist Gary Kelly on Saturday.