THE Raphoe Amateur Boxing Club is in desperate need of funding to finish an extension to their gym in order to provide adequate facilities for all of their members.
CODY Lafferty won’t forget her first experience of the National Stadium in a hurry.
CIARA Anderson and Cody Lafferty bridged gaps of a different kind on Saturday to scoop national boxing titles.
IT’S A big weekend of action for Donegal’s female boxers with at least six looking forward to national finals and a further four competing in semi-finals on Friday in a bid to make it onto the list for finals day on Saturday.
CODY Lafferty’s breakthrough season continues to dazzle after the Raphoe ABC hot-shot booked her place on the national girls finals day ticket.
THREE-time Irish Champion Labhaoise Clarke from Carndonagh leads the Donegal challenge this weekend at the National Girls finals in Dublin,
RAPHOE ABC pocket-rocket Cody Lafferty’s star continues to rise after the Ballindrait girl won the Girl 1 31kgs title at the Ulster Girls Championship finals on Saturday in Dungiven.
THE good folks of Castlefin have waited since 1998 for amateur boxing to return to the town – and on Saturday night the Raphoe ABC’s tournament didn’t disappoint.
FOR THE first time in sixteen years, amateur boxing returns to Castlefin this Saturday night, March 22, when the Raphoe ABC presents a major show at the CPI Centre.
HISTORY was made on Friday night when, for the first time ever, an all-female team of boxers left Donegal to take part in a major inter-county tournament – and they returned from Swinford, County Mayo with a landslide win.