Northern Ireland at 2018 Commonwealth Games


Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom in the north-east of the island of Ireland. Belfast is the capital and the largest city of Northern Ireland.

Athletes from Northern Ireland will compete in the 2018 Commonwealth Games which is scheduled to take place in the Gold Coast, Australia from 4 to 15 April 2018.

Northern Ireland has been taking part in the Commonwealth Games since 1934 Commonwealth Games and so far have participated in 19 commonwealth games.

So far Northern Ireland has managed to win 29 Gold, 32 Silver and 51 Bronze medals in Commonwealth games.

Northern Ireland at 2018 Commonwealth Games

I am sure people of Northern Ireland would be eager to know about Athletes / Participants taking part in 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Northern Ireland Athletes Participating in 2018 Commonwealth Games :

90 athletes from Northern Ireland will take part in 13 sports events at 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Athletics –

Men

Track & road events

  • Leon Reid – 200 m
  • Jack Agnew – 1500 m (T54)
  • Benjamin Reynolds – 110 m hurdles
  • Adam Kirk-Smith – 3000 m steeplechase
  • Paul Pollock – Marathon
  • Kevin Seaward – Marathon

Field events

  • Adam McMullen – Long jump
  • Dempsey McGuigan – Hammer throw

Women

Track & road events

  • Amy Foster – 100 m, 200 m
  • Ciara Mageean – 800 m, 1500 m
  • Emma Mitchell – 5000 m, 10000 m

Field events

  • Sommer Lecky – High jump

Combined events – Heptathlon

  • Katherine O’Connor – Result, Points

Badminton –

  • Ciaran Chambers – Men’s singles
  • Rachael Darragh – Women’s singles
  • Sinead Chambers, Rachael Darragh – Women’s doubles
  • Sinead Chambers, Ciaran Chambers – Mixed doubles

Boxing –

Men

  • Brendan Irvine – 52 kg
  • Kurt Walker – 56 kg
  • James McGivern – 60 kg
  • Sean McComb – 64 kg
  • Aidan Walsh – 69 kg
  • Steven Donnelly – 75 kg
  • Damien Sullivan – 91 kg
  • Stephen McMonagle + 91 kg

Women

  • Kristina O’Hara – 48 kg
  • Carly McNaul – 51 kg
  • Michaela Walsh – 57 kg
  • Alanna Nihell – 60 kg

Cycling –

Road

Men

  • Marcus Christie – Road race
  • Mark Downey – Road race
  • Cameron Orr – Road race
  • Marc Potts – Road race
  • Xeno Young – Road race
  • Marcus Christie – Time trial
  • Xeno Young – Time trial

Women

  • Lydia Boylan – Road race
  • Eileen Burns – Road race, Time trial

Track

  • Robyn Stewart – Women’s sprint, Women’s keirin, Women’s time trial

Pursuit

  • Marcus Christie – Men’s pursuit
  • Xeno Young – Men’s pursuit
  • Eileen Burns – Women’s pursuit

Points race

  • Mark Downey – Men’s point race
  • Marc Potts – Men’s point race
  • Xeno Young – Men’s point race
  • Lydia Boylan – Women’s points race
  • Eileen Burns – Women’s points race

Scratch race

  • Mark Downey – Men’s scratch race
  • Marc Potts – Men’s scratch race
  • Xeno Young – Men’s scratch race
  • Lydia Boylan – Women’s scratch race
  • Eileen Burns – Women’s scratch race

Mountain bike

  • Cameron Orr – Men’s cross-country
  • Marc Potts – Men’s cross-country

Gymnastics –

Artistic

Men

Individual Qualification

  • Ewan McAteer – Qualification
  • Rhys McClenaghan – Qualification

Lawn Bowls –

Men

  • Gary Kelly – Singles
  • Gary Kelly – Pairs
  • Ian McClure – Pairs
  • Andrew Kyle – Triples
  • Simon Martin – Triples
  • Martin McHugh – Triples
  • Andrew Kyle – Fours
  • Simon Martin – Fours
  • Ian McClure – Fours
  • Martin McHugh – Fours

Women

  • Catherine Beattie – Singles
  • Sandra Bailie – Pairs
  • Catherine Beattie – Pairs
  • Sarah McAuley – Triples
  • Donna McCloy – Triples
  • Erin Smith – Triples
  • Sandra Bailie – Fours
  • Sarah McAuley – Fours
  • Donna McCloy – Fours
  • Erin Smith – Fours

Netball –

Roster

  • Kyla Bowman, Lisa Bowman, Niamh Cooper, Michelle Drayne, Gemma Lawlor, Noleen Lennon, Michelle Magee, Lisa McCaffrey, Oonagh McCullough, Caroline O’Hanlon, Fionnuala Toner, Neamh Woods

Shooting –

Men

  • Rory Hamilton – 50 metre rifle 3 positions
  • Stuart Hill – 50 metre rifle 3 positions
  • Rory Hamilton – 50 metre rifle prone
  • Stuart Hill – 50 metre rifle prone
  • David Henning – Trap
  • Gareth McAuley – Skeet

Women

  • Kirsty Barr – Trap
  • Alexandra Skeggs – Skeet

Open

  • Jack Alexander – Queen’s prize individual
  • David Calvert – Queen’s prize individual
  • Jack Alexander – Queen’s prize pairs
  • David Calvert – Queen’s prize pairs

Swimming –

Men

  • Calum Bain – 50 m freestyle
  • Jordan Sloan – 50 m freestyle
  • David Thompson – 50 m freestyle
  • Calum Bain – 100 m freestyle
  • Jordan Sloan – 100 m freestyle
  • David Thompson – 100 m freestyle
  • Barry McClements – 100 m freestyle S9
  • James Brown – 200 m freestyle
  • Curtis Coulter – 200 m freestyle
  • Jordan Sloan – 200 m freestyle
  • Conor Ferguson – 50 m backstroke, 100 m backstroke, 200 m backstroke
  • Barry McClements – 100 m backstroke S9
  • Jaime Graham – 50 m breaststroke, 100 m breaststroke
  • Calum Bain – 50 m butterfly
  • Curtis Coulter – 50 m butterfly
  • David Thompson – 50 m butterfly
  • James Brown – 100 m butterfly
  • Curtis Coulter – 100 m butterfly
  • James Brown – 200 m individual medley

Women

  • Danielle Hill – 50 m freestyle, 100 m freestyle, 50 m backstroke, 100 m backstroke

Table Tennis –

Singles

  • Owen Cathcart – Men’s singles
  • Paul McCreery – Men’s singles
  • Ashley Robinson – Men’s singles

Doubles

  • Paul McCreery – Men’s doubles
  • Ashley Robinson – Men’s doubles
  • Owen Cathcart – Men’s doubles
  • Zak Wilson – Men’s doubles

Team

  • Owen Cathcart, Paul McCreery, Ashley Robinson, Zak Wilson – Men’s team

Triathlon –

Individual

  • Stanley Edgar – Men’s
  • Russell White – Men’s

Paratriathlon

  • David Kerr – Men’s PWTC

Weightlifting / Powerifting –

  • Karl McClean – Men’s 77 kg
  • Stephen Forbes – Men’s94 kg
  • Cameron Montgomery – Men’s +105 kg
  • Emma McQuiad – Women’s 63 kg
  • Rebekah Thompson – Women’s 69 kg

Wrestling –

  • Sarah McDaid – Women’s freestyle 57 kg

Live Broadcast, Live Streaming of 2018 Commonwealth Games in Northern Ireland :

In Northern Ireland, Live Streaming of Commonwealth Games 2018 will be available on gc2018.com while Live Broadcast of the Event in Northern Ireland will most likely be available on BBC, ITV, etc. TV Channels.