DONEGAL boxing enthusiasts are looking forward to a rare treat next Friday, August 8, when the Donegal Boxing Board hosts an open air tournament at Shamrock Park, Clonmany.
BY CHRIS MCNULTY Ringside at the National Stadium BRETT McGinty summonsed something strong from within to defeat Kevin Kehoe and claim the 70kgs title at the National Senior Cadet Championships. The St Johnston native and Oakleaf ABC boxer took victory for what was the sixth national title of the 15-year-old’s career, but not before a […]
BY CHRIS MCNULTY BRETT McGinty turned in an impressive performance to gun down Leon Gallagher in a battle of two European bronze medal winners in the National Senior Cadet Championships on Saturday. In a hot-and-heavy 70kgs quarter-final, St Johnston man McGinty – who fights out of the Oakleaf ABC in Derry – had the edge […]
EUROPEAN bronze medalists Leon Gallagher and Brett McGinty are on a collision course in the National Senior Cadet Championships which get underway in the National Stadium on Friday.
‘TEAM Finn Valley’, the Finn Valley Amateur Boxing Club, gathered on Saturday night to celebrate unprecedented success in the 2013-14 season, the club’s best in its ten-year existence.
ST Johnston cousins Brett McGinty and Callum Toland will be joined by Dungloe ace Kevin McMonagle and John Moran from Illies in national finals this weekend in Dublin after they came through this weekend’s action on the South Circular Road.
DONEGAL boxers are heading for the National Stadium in Dublin this weekend for action in the National 14, 15, 16-year old Championships.
BY CHRIS MCNULTY DONEGAL had a mixed day in the ring yesterday at the St Patrick’s Hall in Strabane at the Ulster Boy 14, Youth 15 and 16 Championship finals. Four boxers from Donegal clubs – Leon Gallagher, Liam Callaghan, Ryan Greene and Joseph Reddin – won their respective divisions and will now go onto […]
The Donegal Boxing Board celebrated its most successful year ever on Saturday night
DONEGAL’S boxing fraternity gets together on Saturday night to celebrate the most successful season in the 48-year history of the Donegal County Board.