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Carlisle's Nick Miller has won silver at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
He was competing in the hammer throw finals at Hampden Park.
Borders swimmer Dan Wallace has won another medal in the Commonwealth Games.
The 21-year-old has added silver in the 200M Individual Medley to his haul at the 2014 games in Glasgow.
Wallace came out wearing a kilt to a huge roar at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre.
Last week he won gold in the the 400M individual medley.
Cumbria's Helen Housby and the rest of the England netball team beat Trinidad and Tobago 70 - 24 today.
The team play Barbados - who are yet to win match - tomorrow night, Wednesday 30 July at 7pm.
Newcastleton para-athlete Libby Clegg has been facing the media after winning gold for Scotland in the T12 100m sprint last night. She beat her qualifying time by 0.03 seconds, completing the race in 12.20 seconds.
Our reporter Hannah McNulty caught up with Libby to find out how she's feeling.
In today's Commonwealth action, Borders wheelchair racer 18-year-old Samantha Kinghorn came third in the T54 1500m heat.
She will take part in Thursday's final at 7:20pm.
Lauren Smith, 22, from Longtown, is now a Commonwealth Games silver medalist.
She's part of the England mixed team who were beaten to gold by Malaysia in the final yesterday, Monday 28 July.
Lauren is also entered in the Women's Doubles which start tomorrow.
Libby Clegg, 24, won gold in the women's T12 100m final last night.
She ran a time of 12.20 seconds - 0.03 seconds faster than her qualifying time.
Newcastleton's Libby Clegg has won gold 100 metres at the Commonwealth Games.
Clegg, who is visually impaired, ran with her guide Mikail Huggins in the para-sport T12 100 metre final at Hampden Park this evening.
She achieved a season's best time of 12.20 seconds winning Scotland's first gold medal in the athletics.
Dumfries doctor Joasia Zakrzewski said her experience of the Commonwealth Games was fabulous.
She came fourteenth in the women's marathon yesterday, Sunday 27 July.
The 38-year-old ran a time of 2.45.29 and finished a place behind Hayley Haining, 42, who was born in Dumfries. She completed the 26.2 mile course in 2.40.40.
Miller came first in group A in the qualifying round with a distance of 72.76m.
He will take part in the men's final tomorrow night, Tuesday 29 July, at 8:50pm.
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