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Q Sports Desk

Wednesday, Jul 30 2014

Northern Ireland's Katie Kirk is through to the 800m semi-finals after an impressive run in today's heats at Hampden Park.

The Holywood athlete stormed round the course to finish second in her heat.


Wednesday, Jul 30 2014

Michael Conlan has become the fourth NI boxer to secure at least a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games.

The Belfast bantamweight had a comfortable quarter-final win outclassing Uganda's Bashir Nasir to take victory by a unanimous decision.


Tuesday, Jul 29 2014

At the Commonwealth Games, Northern Ireland's Michaela Walsh made a bit of history last night by becoming the first ever winner of a woman's boxing match during the games.

The 21-year-old from Belfast scored a unanimous decision against Mauritian Thessa Dumas.

It capped a great day for NI boxers, coming after Michael Conlon, Paddy Barnes, Connor Coyle and Stephen Donnolly all won their last 16-fights.

Monday, Jul 28 2014

At the Commonwealth Games, four Northern Ireland boxers have progressed to the quarter finals.

Flyweight Ruari Dalton, lightweight Joe Fitzpatrick, light-welter Sean Duffy and light-heavyweight Sean McGlinchey are just 1 win away from picking up medals.

Olympic medalist Paddy Barnes and Michael Conlon among 5 boxers taking part in bouts today.

Northern Ireland's men's triples bowlers yesterday beat Wales in the semi-final to set up a final clash today with South Africa.

Sunday, Jul 27 2014
Michael Duffy grabbed a birthday hat-trick as Derry City chalked up a 6-1 league win against UCD in Dublin on Sunday.
Saturday, Jul 26 2014

James McCartan has resigned as manager of the Down Gaelic football team.

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