Boxing: Chadwell boys go through the rounds

Davey won his bout by a unanamous decision. Davey is a very fit boxer and has learnt to come forward enabaling him to mix it up in bouts by sitting on his back foot and using his strength against his opponents when needed. Next up on the same London Show was Klayden Russell-Meade 12yrs 34kg who boxed against A Ishfaq from Southend A.B.C.

Boxers given employment boost

THE ESSEX Boys and Girls club have been working with boxers in Tilbury to given them a great opportunity. A spokesperson said: “Young people not in employment or education can gain a boxing qualification and gain support to find employment or education.”

Boxing: Joy and pain for Chadwell boxers

TWO very talented Chadwell St Mary A.B.C boxers were picked to represent Essex Amateur Boxing Association in the Essex V North West London county match held at Hayes Boxing Gym in Middlesex recently.

Lance Toussaint 20yrs 64kg and Shaun Clark 10yrs 33kg. Clark had his first skills bout in preparation of being carded to enable him to compete in amateur boxing from January when he has his eleventh birthday. The very talented Clark who has been training hard in preparation to box, displayed a very mature performance against the much taller M Moriaty from Hayes A.B.C .

Boxing: Lee to fight in Dublin for England

13 year old Chadwell St Mary boxer Levi Lee 54kg has been selected by The Amateur Boxing Association of England to represent England v Ireland in Dublin on Saturday 8th December. Lee will travel out from Luton airport on Friday 7th December.

Boxing: Another impressive win for McCarthy

TILBURY’s Matt McCarthy continued his impressive entry into professional boxing as he won a points decision against experienced Andrew Patterson.
Matt was in control throughout. He pummelled Patterson in the middle of the second round from which he was lucky to survive.

Boxing: Hibbert on points at sell out night at Civic Hall

STANFORD boxer Wayne Hibbert defended his title in front of a packed Civic Hall crowd at Blackshots on Thursday night. Wayne, boxing out of the Spartans club in Corringham grabbed a points decision against promising middleweight Leon Findlay from Wales. Speaking after the fight, Wayne’s coach, Mark Sach said: “Wayne made a little bit of heavy weather out of that but a win is a win and it is always hard to defend a title.

Boxing: Chadwell St Mary ABC have great start to season!

This small local boxing club has produced a national champion every year for the last eight years ! Some local company’s have already showed great generosity by donating their hard earned cash towards this project and we would like to take this oppertunity to thank Darren Coleman at ALM Training Services, Riverside Business Centre Tilbury. John Philpott at River View M.O.T Merrydale Industrial Estate Chadwell St Mary and Teresa at Vivid Nails and tanning salon Defoe Parade Chadwell St Mary.

Boxing: McCarthy in three rounds as Tilbury boxer marches on

TILBURY’S boxer Matt McCarthy put in a great performance to beat the dangerous Julius Rafael in three rounds at the York Hall. Team McCarthy were out in force to see Matt take control from the start. His combinations picked off the east european and even from early on, the opponent was struggling.

Mik takes centre stage at the Olympics

The Oath states: “In the name of all the judges and officials, I promise that we shall officiate in these Olympic Games with complete impartiality, respecting and abiding by the rules which govern them in the true spirit of sportsmanship.”

Kieran and Jack go from strength to strength

It took Redding the first round to work out his very awkward switch hitter opponent, but in the second and third round he was clearly the dominating boxer landing several clean heavy shots. Kieran really showed maturity in this prestigious competition by remaining very focused throughout the 3×3 minute rounds securing his place in the semi finals.

Two Chadwell St Mary Boxers through to the National Quarter Finals

Out of the 12 Essex boxers that competed on Sunday six progressed with wins into the next round and one step closer to the National Boys Club Boxing Championships. Michael Maloney (Chadwell St Mary ABC) won the Junior ABA title earlier in the year and has recently been shortlisted for the Sport Essex Young Sports Personality of the year award. Michael got the show under way by picking his shots and landing heavy blows to win the bout with an 18-4 points victory over Connor McKinnon (Woking).