Two bronze medals were won by Caerphilly County athletes at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Bargoed boxer Lauren Price, 20, lost out in the semi-final of the middleweight division to Canadian Ariane Fortin, after winning the bronze with two unanimous decisions.
But Price lost a tough, close fight with Fortin, on a split decision, after giving everything in the four, two minute rounds.
She made history as the first Welsh female boxer to win a Commonwealth medal.
David Francis, Chair of the Welsh Amateur Boxing Association said: “Lauren excelled herself and five Welsh Boxing medals is a good result.
“I was disappointed with one or two of the boys’ performances but Lauren was superb.”
On Twitter, Price, who also plays international football for Wales, hinted she will be back for future amateur competitions.
She said: “Thanks for all your support. It’s been amazing the past few days.
“Gutted with loss and how close I was, but that’s boxing. Bring on four years’ time.”
Marc Wyatt, from Caerphilly, won bronze in the men’s triples lawn bowls.
The team lost to gold medallists Northern Ireland in the semi-final, but beat Australia for the bronze. The Caerphilly town player also competed in the fours category.
Team Wales were praised by the Welsh Government’s Sports Minister, John Griffiths, who hailed the games as the “best ever”.
He said: “This has been the best ever Commonwealth Games for Wales and to see Team Wales smash their medal target by nine medals to surpass their previous best set in Manchester in 2002 is wonderful.
“It is testament to the professionalism and commitment of Team Wales that they’ve managed to do so well despite some early setbacks.
“I saw that commitment and spirit at first-hand when I visited the games, met some of the athletes and watched them perform. The desire of those competing, their coaches, managers and all the support staff making up Team Wales, was matched by their hard work and dedication to producing the best possible performance.
“It was particularly pleasing to see the women in Team Wales doing so well at the games, winning four out of five of our gold medals, as boosting participation levels amongst women and girls is very important.”
The final medal haul for Wales was 36, including five gold, 11 silver and 20 bronze medals.
It was the highest total ever, surpassing the 31 won in Manchester in 2002.