Commonwealth Games News - Sport Northern Ireland and SINI Athletes
05 October 2010
You can view the latest news on Sport Northern Ireland and SINI athletes below.
Northern Irish Trio Box To Glory
Paddy Barnes led Northern Ireland to their finest-ever performance in the Commonwealth boxing ring as they won three titles in Delhi.
Bowler Gary Kelly Takes Bronze
Sport Northern Ireland funded bowler Gary Kelly secured his bronze medal by beating Englishman Sam Tolchard in the singles play-off match.
Bronze for Shooter David Calvert
Sport Northern Ireland funded shooter David Calvert, a gold medal winner on four occasions, secured the bronze in the full bore rifle shooting.
Boxer Paddy Gallagher Clinches Gold
Sport Northern Ireland funded boxer Paddy Gallagher followed Paddy Barnes by winning Northern Ireland’s 2nd Gold medal, with an 11-6 success over England's Callum Smith.
David McCann Finishes 5th in 168km Road Race
Sport Northern Ireland funded cyclist David McCann put in an excellent performance in finishing fifth in the 168-kilometre road race through the deserted streets of the Indian capital.
Paddy Barnes Through to Semi-Finals
Sport Northern Ireland funded athlete Paddy Barnes won his fight in the quarter-finals against Andrew Moloney of Australia 5-3 and he will now contest for a medal.
Wendy Houvenaghel Secures Second Medal
Sport Northern Ireland funded cyclist Wendy Houvenaghel has secured Northern Ireland's second medal of the Commonwealth Games by winning silver in the women's 3000m individual pursuit.
First NI Medal at Commonwealth Games
Northern Ireland has just won their first medal in cycling - a bronze in the team pursuit, which includes Sport Northern Ireland funded athletes Martyn Irvine and David McCann and Sean Downey!
Video Link - Luke and Bethany Carson
View Sport Northern Ireland funded athletes - brother and sister, Gymnast Luke Carson and Swimmer Bethany Carson talking about their Delhi experience.
Video Link - Wendy Houvenaghel
View Sport Northern Ireland funded athlete Wendy Houvenaghel talking abou her arrival in Delhi and her delight at representing Northern Ireland at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.