Veteran Kenyan boxer Nick Okoth is out of the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.
Okoth, who was the first Kenyan boxer in the ring, lost to Guyanese boxer Keevin Allicock in the round of 32 in the featherweight bout on Saturday.
All the five judges scored 30-27 each in favor of the Guyanese boxer.
Okoth won bronze for the country in the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Dehli, India.
Shaffi Bakari will be the second Kenyan in the ring, taking on Rukmal Prasanna from Sri Lanka in the round of 16 on Tuesday.
Kenyan female boxers, Commonwealth Games bronze medalist Christine Ongare and Elizabeth Andiego, who were given byes to the quarterfinals, will be in action on Wednesday.
Ongare, the first Kenyan female boxer to win a medal at the “Club” Games, will face Priyanka Dhillon from Canada in the minimum-weight.
Andiego, who is making her second appearance at the Commonwealth Games, will take on the 2018 Commonwealth Games silver medalist Caitlin Parker from Australia in the middleweight quarter-final contest.