Welcome to the FIOGA coverage of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games
The Falklands team competing at Bisley have been back in action today.
Derek Pettersson reports that it was a very hot day and the team have all just shot at 300 yards in the Donegall.
The scores were as follows:
Derek Goodwin 49.3
Derek Pettersson 46.4
Ken Aldridge 45.4
Gareth Goodwin 44.4
Next up Lovell at 1000 yards
Read more: Falklands team continue shooting at Bisley
Shooters from the Falklands who will compete at Glasgow 2014 have warming up for the Games.
Shotgun today had a 'shake down' shoot, all team members are now at Barry Buddon and settled in.
Read more: Glasgow 2014 preparations continue
Today in the Men's Fours Lawn Bowls competition, the Falkland Islands lost to South Africa.
They were defeated 40 - 5, their biggest lost at the Commonwealth Games.
Read more: Update - 29th June 2014
Shooting events continued at Barry Buddon today.
On the Small Bore Rifle front, Jeremy scored a 486 today in competition which is well below scores achieved in practice. Jeremy found a problem with the scoring system towards the end of his round which negatively affected his scores. It was not worth appealing this at the end of the shoot and as such Jeremy is left with a score that we know he could have, and likely did do better than.
Read more: Barry Buddon - 28th July 2014
Day Two of the 2014 Commonwealth Games saw the Falkland Islands record their first victory in Glasgow.
The second day of the Men's Triples in Lawn Bowls saw the Falklands beat Papau New Guinea 17 - 12. The guys were said to be over the moon with the result. Earlier in the day the Faklands had lost 31 - 8 against Malaysia. FITV were there to film the Falklands victory.
Read more: Friday - 25th July - First taste of victory for Falklands team!
The 2014 Commonwealth Games are well and truly underway and the Falkland Islands have begun their involvement with some excellent performances today.
Starting with the Lawn Bowls team, the Falklands team played their first game against England this morning at 8.45am local time.
Read more: Commonwealth Games 24th July 2014
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