19.34 - ATHLETICS: The men are lining up for the 100m final.
19.31 - ATHLETICS: There's drama in the women's 800m. Claire Kiely originally came fourth in the race but an incident at the finish line saw one of the leading two athletes getting disqualified, earning Kiely a shock bronze. However, it seems the disqualified athlete has appealed.
19.19 - ATHLETICS: Bronze for new mum Natalie Mumberson in the discus, with her throw of just under 33m. She has just returned to training after having her daughter 11 weeks ago. Meanwhile, Kim Murray has a big lead in the ladies' long jump.
19.18 - SWIMMING: The men's 4x100m freestyle relay finishes with IW placing fifth.
19.03 - ATHLETICS: We are just awaiting results on the women's discus final to reach us, while it has just been confirmed that Sam Ratcliffe has made the 100m final, which takes place in the next hour.
19.00 - SWIMMING: The IW ladies come fifth in the 4x100m medley relay.
18.55 - ATHLETICS: Kim Murray has opened her long jump quest with a leap of 5.84m. Sam Ratcliffe has also qualified for the men's 100m final.
18.27 - SWIMMING: Andrew Teague comes sixth in the final of the 100m backstroke while Sam Tinson-Wood comes fifth in the 50m freestyle, in 24.79.
18.23 - ATHLETICS: Brogan Percy finishes last in the 400m hurdles final.
18.23 - SAILING: The IW come sixth in the team event, while the IW come fifth in the windsurfing team event. Individually, Ash Holmes came tenth, Thomas Francis came 14th, Kyle Grant came 16th and James Evans came joint 17th.
18.21 - BADMINTON: Anna Showan and Ian Walder lost their semi-final against the Faroe Islands 2-1, and will now play a duo from Greenland for the bronze medal.
18.17 - CYCLING: Nina French comes tenth in the ladies' time trial. Christine Jackson and Liz Dunlop were 12th and 13th respectively.
17.31: To give you an update on the medals the IW won earlier, the archers won the compound team event by beating Shetland Islands' 210-103. In the 100yd prone rifle team event at Downend, Richard Wilson and Paul Cotton scored 1153, just three marks off silver.
17.25 - BASKETBALL: IW lose their 14th place playoff against Guernsey, losing 87-79 in the second overtime.
17.22 - BADMINTON: Ian Walder and Anna Showan have reached the semi-finals of the mixed doubles competition.
17.21 - SAILING: Despite a first and second for Robbie Southwell and James McMillan, they finish the Laser Radial competition in 11th and 13th respectively.
|The IW's Brandon Thompson.
17.18 - GOLF: The IW men are in a good position ahead of their final round tomorrow. Brandon Robinson-Thompson is second, two shots off the lead, with Chris Reed moving up to sixth, George Foreman 14th and Darren Masterton 17th.
16.26 - FOOTBALL: IW win 1-0 and reach tomorrows men's football final. John McKie mobbed by his teammates.
16.13 - FOOTBALL: With 3 minutes left, John McKie has just made it 1-0 for IW against Jersey.
15.55 - FOOTBALL: Good shout for an IW penalty when Charlie Smeeton brought down by goalkeeper. Corner given, IW pressing hard.
15.35 - FOOTBALL: The second half of the IW v Jersey game has kicked off at Cowes Sports.
15.28 - GOLF: Emma Powell tied for first in the ladies competition, Sophie Beardsall, third and Sammi Keen, fourth. Joanne Wright moves up to 11th.
15.22 - FOOTBALL: 0-0 at half time in the IW v Jersey match.
15.19 - GOLF: Three of the four IW ladies are back in the clubhouse. Sophie Beardsall is on 227, the lowest so far, Sammi Keen is on 232 and Joanne Wright is 252. Course leader Emma Powell is still to come in.
14.53 - SAILING: Laser standard competition is now finished with the IW's Paul Bowen finishing ninth and Ben Gibson, 11th.
14.38 - FOOTBALL: It's a fairly even start for the match, with neither side carving out any strong early chances. The IW ladies' team have their shirts adorning the Cowes FC barriers and are the noisiest supporters by a mile.
14.30 - FOOTBALL: We're live at the men's footbal semi-final and the lineup is as follows: Streeter, Sampson, Przepolewski, Woodford, Cook, Giancovich, Seabrook, Fleming, Smeeton, Bowler, McInnes.
14.10 - FOOTBALL: A large crowd is already gathering at Westwood Park for the men's semi-final between the IW and 2009 gold medallists, Jersey.
14.09 - SQUASH: Callum Arnott and Christopher Green have made the final playoff in the men's doubles event.
14.02 - ATHLETICS: Joe Wade has qualified for the final of the men's 1,500m by winning his heat. Kim Murray and Emily Newton have both qualified for the final of the women's 200m, while we understand Steven Carter has made the 400m final.
13.56 - ARCHERY: We are hearing of another medal, and another bronze in the compound team event.
13.56 - SHOOTING: IW win another shooting medal, this time bronze for Richard Wilson and Paul Cotton in the men's 100yd rifle pairs.
11.53 - SWIMMING: The IW qualify for the final event of the gala, the 8x50m relay (non medal-winning) in fifth place.
11.44 - SWIMMING: Sam Tinson-Wood qualifies for the men's 50m freestyle final in the fourth fastest time. The women's 4x100m medley relay team qualify in fifth, as do the men's 4x100m freestyle team.
11.42 - BADMINTON: David Anderson and Denise Insley have just made the last 16 of the mixed doubles, beating a Menorcan duo in straight sets.
10.10 - SWIMMING: Clare Grundy has made the final of the women's 100m medley later.
09.39: It's all a little bit quiet this morning. The swimming heats have just got underway, later than scheduled, and we know there is shooting action in the men's 25m centre fire, and 100yd men's rifle pairs, where there is an IW interest, currently taking place at Downend range.
09.09 - GOLF: Tee times for round three of the men's competition, at Freshwater Bay Golf Club, have also been released, and its a late start for the IW team. Darren Masterton tees off at 11.40am, Chris Reed starts at 12.30pm, George Foreman starts at 12.50pm, with second-placed Brandon Robinson-Thompson starts at 1pm.
09.06 - GOLF: Tee times for round three of the ladies' golf competition have just been released. At Shanklin and Sandown Golf Club, Joanne Wright starts at 9.50am, Sammi Keen starts at 10am, Sophie Beardsall starts at 10.10am and course leader is last out, at 10.20am. They should be finished around 2.30pm.
08.42: Good morning and welcome to Thursday's coverage of the NatWest Island Games. It's the last day of the swimming gala, with plenty more heats this morning, while the mixed doubles of the badminton also gets underway soon. The IW has more medal hopes in the athletics and shooting, while the IW men play their semi-final against Jersey at 2.30pm, at Cowes Sports FC.
• Full reports and more pictures from the NatWest Island Games in the Friday, July 1, County Press