For the second successive day the track cyclists provided the headlines for New Zealand.
Boosted by the cyclists’ noble efforts, New Zealand won a gold, two silvers and two bronzes on the second day of the games.
New Zealand interest at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome again centred around the men’s sprinters, who added individual gold and bronze medals to the gold they won in the teams event on the first day.
Joelle King’s strong run in the women’s singles squash came to an end today when she was beaten in straight games by world No 1 Nicol David of Malaysia in the semi-finals.
Nelson bowler Jo Edwards struck her best form just at the right time to reach the final of the women’s singles at the Kelvingrove greens.
For the third consecutive day the cyclists stole centre stage and the judokas again got among the medals at the Commonwealth Games.
The New Zealand judo team continued its great run of medal-winning performances by producing two more bronzes today.
The good times continued for the New Zealand track cycling squad at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome today, with another gold medal, a silver and two bronzes.
New Zealand has bowed to the greater experience and higher world rankings of Scotland in their Group C Badminton clash at Glasgow overnight but the Kiwis put up a great fight in the process despite
New Zealand came away with two silver medals in the Commonwealth Games judo today.
Sprint cyclist Sam Webster earned his second gold medal of the Commonwealth Games with a superlative display of power and tactical nous at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome today.
New Zealand judokas Adrian Leat and Moira de Villiers have the chance to win Commonwealth Games gold medals after striking superb form in their opening bouts today.
The New Zealand netball team were given an almighty fright by Malawi in the opening match of their Commonwealth Games campaign today.
The New Zealand triathlon team has been named for the Mixed Team Relay at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, with the race due to go at 11.30pm on Saturday NZT.