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Paddy Barnes wasn't impressed with the anthem after winning gold

The 27-year-old beat Devandro Laishram in Glasgow this afternoon.

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PADDY BARNES RETAINED his Commonwealth Games gold medal this afternoon by beating Devandro Laishram in the final of the light-flyweight division.

Belfast fighter Barnes – who has twice won bronze for Ireland at the Olympics – is representing the Northern Ireland team at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, but didn’t appear too impressed with Team NI’s Londonderry Air victory anthem.

Michael Conlan also secured a gold medal in the boxing today, while Michaela Walsh and Joe Fitzpatrick won silver.

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