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Bethany Firth won Northern Ireland’s first Commonwealth gold in the pool – and the country’s first at Birmingham 2022 – after Scotland’s Duncan Scott also won.
Six-time Paralympic champion Firth added Commonwealth gold to her collection as she won the S14 200m freestyle.
Earlier, Scott beat English rival Tom Dean to win gold in the 200m individual medley.
Scott, 25, is Scotland’s most decorated Commonwealth athlete with 12 medals.
More to come.