A taste of Kiwi

New Zealand swimming star Lewis Clareburt competes in the 200m butterfly final.
New Zealand swimming star Lewis Clareburt competes in the 200m butterfly final.
Kody Andrews (right) tussles with Sebastian Perrinne (Mauritius) during the 100kg-plus judo...
Kody Andrews (right) tussles with Sebastian Perrinne (Mauritius) during the 100kg-plus judo competition.
Kiwi cyclists Aaron Gate (right) and Campbell Stewart celebrate their points race medals while...
Kiwi cyclists Aaron Gate (right) and Campbell Stewart celebrate their points race medals while watched by Gate’s son, Axel.
Ethan Dick competes on the parallel bars during the men’s all-around gymnastics final.
Ethan Dick competes on the parallel bars during the men’s all-around gymnastics final.
New Zealand squash player Joelle King reaches for a return during the bronze medal match against...
New Zealand squash player Joelle King reaches for a return during the bronze medal match against Sarah-Jane Perry (England).
Beach volleyballers Alice Zeimann (left) and Shaunna Marie Polley celebrate a point against Ghana.
Beach volleyballers Alice Zeimann (left) and Shaunna Marie Polley celebrate a point against Ghana.
David Andrew Liti lifts during the clean and jerk section of the men's 109kg+ weightlifting final.
David Andrew Liti lifts during the clean and jerk section of the men's 109kg+ weightlifting final.
Maddison-Lee Wesche competes in the women's shot put final.
Maddison-Lee Wesche competes in the women's shot put final.

New Zealanders have been in the thick of the action in Birmingham. Here are some of the best images from Getty and Reuters photographers.

Bowls

Women’s pairs: NZ beat South Africa 19-10; men’s singles, Shannon McIlroy lost 21-19 to Ross Davis (Jersey); women’s pairs, NZ beat Niue 19-16; men’s fours, NZ lost to South Africa 13-14; women’s triples, NZ beat England 18-14; para mixed pairs, NZ beat England 19-8.

Judo

Men’s 100kg, Jason Koster eliminated in repechage; women’s 78kg, Hayley Mackey eliminated in repechage; men’s 100kg-plus, Kody Andrews silver; women’s 78kg-plus, Sydnee Andrews bronze; women’s 78kg, Moira Koster won bronze.

Mountain biking

Men’s cross-country: Sam Gaze gold, Ben Oliver silver.

Boxing

Men’s 57kg quarterfinal: Alex Mukuka lost 5-0 to Joseph Commey (Ghana).

Squash

Women’s singles bronze medal match, Joelle King lost to Sarah-Jane Perry (England) 6-11, 9-11, 11-8, 11-6, 14-12; men’s singles gold medal match, Paul Coll beat Joel Makin (Wales) 3-11, 11-9, 8-11, 11-8, 11-7.

Weightlifting

Men’s 109kg-plus: David Liti silver.

Athletics

Men’s high jump: Hamish Kerr gold; women’s 100m, Zoe Hobbs seventh; women’s shot put, Maddi Wesche bronze.

Beach volleyball

Men: NZ beat England 21-19, 21-16; women, NZ lost to Canada 32-30, 21-10.

Swimming

Men’s 200 IM: Lewis Clareburt bronze; women’s 400m freestyle, Erika Fairweather 4th, Eve Thomas 6th.

Bowls

7.30pm: Women’s pairs quarterfinals and semifinals, men’s singles quarterfinals

Diving

9.05pm: Women’s 1m springboard (Maggie Squire); 6.23am, men’s 10m platform synchronised

Wrestling

9.30pm: Men’s 65kg freestyle (Brahm Richards), women’s 68kg freestyle (Tayla Ford), men’s 86kg freestyle (Matthew Oxenham)

Badminton

10pm: Mixed doubles

Squash

11pm: Men’s doubles; 5am, women’s doubles quarterfinals; 6.30am, mixed doubles quarterfinals

Gymnastics

12.30am: Women’s rhythmic all-around (Paris Chin, Havana Hopman)

Beach volleyball

1.30am: Women’s quarterfinals; 3.30am, men’s quarterfinals

Bowls

3.30am: Men’s fours finals, women’s triples finals

Athletics

6.06am: Men’s shot put (Tom Walsh, Jacko Gill)

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