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Judo Tuesday, 30 July, 2002, 21:47 GMT 22:47 UK
Bradley wins silver
Lisa Bradley, gold winner Georgie Singleton and bronze winners Karen Cuscack and Angela Raguz
Lisa Bradley (left) with the other 52kg category medals winners

Londonderry judo player Lisa Bradley won Northern Ireland's second medal of the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday night.

The 26-year-old clinched silver in the under-52kg category after losing out to England's Georgina Singleton in the final.

Bradley had gone into the games as one of the country's greatest medal hopes.

But there was disappointment on Tuesday for Scott Mayne of Newtownards.

He missed out on a medal in the under-66kg class after going out in the quarter-finals.

Belfast's Stuart Vickers made an early exit on Tuesday in the under-60kg category.

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