Q Sports Desk
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.
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.
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.