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Old 05-07-2011, 11:56 AM   #106
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does anyone know if any of the semis will be put up on youtube? a mate of mine lost a really close one apparently.
im trying to get a dvd, not sure ifd theyll go on youtube, normally not. Try hatton tv, thney normally put more amateur fights on their website
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Old 05-13-2011, 05:12 PM   #108
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I believe Ireland are at least 5-0 up on Team GB in Germany.
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Old 05-13-2011, 05:15 PM   #109
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Two British lads lost on countback to Germans in Germany. We all know what happened there
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Old 05-14-2011, 08:47 AM   #110
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Ireland hammer team GB

52Kg: Michael Conlon (Ireland) beat Thomas Stubbs (GB) 15-10
56KK: Tyrone McCullagh (Ireland) beat Sean McGolderick (GB) 9-4
60Kg: Michael McDonagh (Ireland) W/0
69Kg: Willie McLaughlin (Ireland) beat Freddie Evans (GB) 18-8
75Kg: Darren O'Neill (Ireland) beat Callum Smith (GB) 8-7
81Kg: Ken Egan (Ireland) beat Obed Mbwakongo (GB) KO1
91Kg: Con Sheehan (Ireland) lost to Danny Price (GB) 7-9
91+Kg: Cathal McMonagle (Ireland) lost to Johann Witt (GB) 13-20

64Kg: Ray Moylette (Ireland) beat Aytikin Yorici (Germany) 12-7
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Old 05-14-2011, 09:46 AM   #111
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Ireland hammer team GB

52Kg: Michael Conlon (Ireland) beat Thomas Stubbs (GB) 15-10
56KK: Tyrone McCullagh (Ireland) beat Sean McGolderick (GB) 9-4
60Kg: Michael McDonagh (Ireland) W/0
69Kg: Willie McLaughlin (Ireland) beat Freddie Evans (GB) 18-8
75Kg: Darren O'Neill (Ireland) beat Callum Smith (GB) 8-7
81Kg: Ken Egan (Ireland) beat Obed Mbwakongo (GB) KO1
91Kg: Con Sheehan (Ireland) lost to Danny Price (GB) 7-9
91+Kg: Cathal McMonagle (Ireland) lost to Johann Witt (GB) 13-20

64Kg: Ray Moylette (Ireland) beat Aytikin Yorici (Germany) 12-7
Conlan might be one to watch out for, I hadnt heard much about him before he beat Stubbs, but that was a quality win for him.
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Old 05-14-2011, 01:37 PM   #112
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Old 05-14-2011, 03:35 PM   #113
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Conlan might be one to watch out for, I hadnt heard much about him before he beat Stubbs, but that was a quality win for him.
He won the Irish seniors that included Geraghty, Burnett and Phelan, 3 quality boxers, and deservedly so.
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Old 05-14-2011, 04:41 PM   #114
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He won the Irish seniors that included Geraghty, Burnett and Phelan, 3 quality boxers, and deservedly so.
Really, jesus i need to pay more attention to the lighter weights in the amateurs
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Really, jesus i need to pay more attention to the lighter weights in the amateurs
52 is the strongest weight imo ,phelan , conlon , gerathy , burnett and molloy are all world class potential
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Old 05-15-2011, 06:27 AM   #116
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52 is the strongest weight imo ,phelan , conlon , gerathy , burnett and molloy are all world class potential
Burnetts the one lad ive heard a bit about. He won a gold medal at the world youth championships a while ago didnt he? Hes only young yet at 18/19 but he will be top class in a couple of years.
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Old 05-18-2011, 02:25 PM   #117
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The websites finally up:

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Finished all the Tyne Tees and Wear region, just waiting for the clubs to put all the pics up and fill in the info, which will be happening over the next couple of days.

Couple of things need changing on it but so far so good. Im hoping to get all the clubs on in Britain before the start of next season so that all events will be advertised as well as championships.

Got a few more articles and show reports to put up this week. if anyone wants to put info or articles up just PM me and ill get as much info up as possible
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Old 05-24-2011, 04:08 PM   #118
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The websites finally up:

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Finished all the Tyne Tees and Wear region, just waiting for the clubs to put all the pics up and fill in the info, which will be happening over the next couple of days.

Couple of things need changing on it but so far so good. Im hoping to get all the clubs on in Britain before the start of next season so that all events will be advertised as well as championships.

Got a few more articles and show reports to put up this week. if anyone wants to put info or articles up just PM me and ill get as much info up as possible
Looks good mate
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Old 05-27-2011, 08:16 PM   #119
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Looks good mate
Cheers mate, i think itll be next season when it takes effect properly as this one is pretty much done and dusted. In a way its a good thing cause i can spend the summer contacting all the clubs and getting it fully updated.
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Old 06-02-2011, 01:54 PM   #120
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Should there be another GB tournament this year how do you think it would go, I think the GB team already has their team marked out for the Olympics but throwing the ABA champs in a tournament with the current GB squad and add some of the development squad/fringe contenders would be good for everybody. The ABA winners would get good experience and the GB team would have more competition at British level which would stop complacency (hopefully anyway). Anyway heres how some of the bouts could go:

91+KG: Anthony Joshua, Amin Isa, Fayz Abbas, Fraser Clark

91KG: Simon Vallily, Danny Price, ****** Baister, Ben Ilyemi

81KG: Obed Mbwakango, Sam Pomphrey,

75KG: Anthony Ogogo, John Dignum, Keiron Harding, Frank Buglioni

69KG: Callum Smith, Fred Evans, Anthony Fowler, Damon Jones

64KG: Bradley Saunders, Tom Stalker, Scott Cardle, Danny Phillips

60KG: Martin Ward, Sam Maxwell, Josh Taylor, Cory Gibbs or Shafiq Asif

56KG: Gamal Yafai, Iain Weaver, Luke Campbell, Mitchell Smith

52KG: Khalid Yafai, Andrew Selby, Tommy Stubbs, Aliamann Hussain or Josh Cunningham (who can make weight easiest)
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