CHADWELL St Mary A.B.C are celebrating after boxer Michael Maloney picked up the title of “Junior A.B.A National Champion”.
Moloney 15years 57KG of Biggin Lane in Tilbury boxed against Jake “The Snake” James from Northside A.B.C Manchester on Sunday 22nd May at Passion Nightclub in Rochester Kent.
Chadwell St Mary coach Scot Johnston was as pleased as punch and said “Mikey’s very fast hands, ability to switch style, fast footwork and the fact that he stuck to the game plan paid off massively.
Mikey is a very talented, skillful and clever boxer who thinks in the ring which enabled him to confuse and out box the more experienced Northside boxer.
This is the second time that Maloney has came against James and the second time that he has beaten the top class Manchester boxer in prestigious competition finals.
Team C.S.M are also celebrating the fact that they now have three female boxers through to the semi finals of the female A.B.A’s to be held on the 29th May at the Harlow Stadium in Essex.
Valerian Spicer secured her place in the semi finals alongside her two team mates when she boxed on Saturday 21st May in the quater finals of the competition at Wells Rugby Club in Somerset.
Spicer boxed against Anastassia Perchina from Devenport A.B.C and domineered all three rounds with a fine performance of flawless boxing securing herself a unanamous decision.
Valerian Spicer 57Kg now meets Yordanka Hristova from Fitzroy Lodge A.B.C Elite Female boxer Nina Smith 51kg will be boxing against Hannah Beharry from Edmonton Eagles and Hollie Martin Wood 54kg will come against Chelsea Allen from Thames Valley A.B.C