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Dinner 106 Regiment Royal Artillery Charity Boxing Event
30 October 2014 - 8:00pm | Oakley House, South East
Preview
The London Military Boxing Club in support of the 106 Regiment Royal Artillery will be hosting a charity boxing evening on Thursday 30th October at Oakley House in Bromley. The evening includes a 4 course meal followed by a unique auction and raffle. To buy your tickets for this event please contact Captain Andy Haines on 07742868107 or Captain Robbie Wilmont MBE on 07824557916 or email: LONDONS-A-PSAO@mod.uk
Venue
Oakley House
358 Bromley Common
Bromley
Kent
BR2 8HA
United Kingdom

Latest Results

Novices South East Division Novice Championship
13 September 2014 - 1:00pm | London TA & Army Boxing Club, South East
Preview
This Saturday the will see the South East Novice Championships held at the London Military Boxing Club. Weigh-In time for boxers will be from 10am to 12pm with boxing to commence at 1pm. Tickets will be available on the door at £10 per person.
Venue
London TA & Army Boxing Club
Napier House
Baring Road
London
SE12 0BH
United Kingdom
Juniors National Junior Finals 2014 Day 1
7 June 2014 - 1:30pm | TA & Army Centre, South East
Write up
The National Junior Finals were held over two days at the TA Centre in Grove Park. The majority of Londons boxers competed on the sunday leaving only 3 Londoners boxing on Saturdays Finals. From the 3 bouts London came out with 2 National Champions. The first win came from the very first bout as Hooks Edward Barrett used good footwork and boxing ability to comfortably beat Lewis Coley of 2nd City. Next up was Roman Haidar for East London. Despite losing by a close points decision against Braunstones Thomas Hessin, Haidar but in a good performance and surely impressed the England Coaches sitting at Ringside. The last London boxer competing on Saturday was 42kg Class B, Kerim Agius of Dagenham. Boxing against an able fighter in Tyler Brevigheri, Agius boxed his heart out to win a National title. The win clearly meant a great deal to the popular East London boxer. The first 3 bouts on Sunday saw 3 of Reptons 7 competing boxers compete. Michael Oats and Tommy Roberts were first up, both winning their bouts comfortably to make it a great start for London and Repton. Unfortunately James Hnrahan was up against a talented boxer in Peter Smith of Phil Thomas SOB and was unable to make it 3 out of 3. Reptons Jess Dean Harris and Shamid Shbhani both also fell at the last hurdle, losing to Brendon Jones and Mihammed Aslam respectively. Shbhani was perhaps the unluckier of the two, losing in what was deemed a very close bout. Up next was popular South Londoner Jake Pettit (Nemesis). Pettit, who is from good boxing stock, has looked very good the season and one got the feeling it was his time to shine. But Kirkbys Connor Butler is an experienced and talent boxer, so Pettit was going to have box to the best of his abilities. The fight didn't let the excitable crowd down. After a cagey first round from both boxers, the fight began to open up in the 2nd. Pettit was happy to box on the back foot, looking to land from angles as his opponent came in. It looked liked Pettit won the 2nd with the cleaner shots landed. The 3rd was much of the same, although Butlers workrate may of caught the eyes of the judges. After 3 fantastically competitive rounds it looked like Pettit had got another National title for his families collection. Unfortunately for the Nemeis boxer it was Butler who got his hands raised. This was not a 'robbery' as some of the crowd suggested but you could certainly forgive Pettits frustration at not getting the decision. Reptons final 2 boxers, the vastly talented Levi Coates and Taylor Ayling insured Repton got 4 winners out of 7. Coates looked sensational in his victory agains Tom Stokes. His unorthodox style and nifty footwork left his Stoke opponent looking confused for most of the 3 rounds. Aylings victory was a little more hard earned but clearly meant the world to the ex Earlsifeld boxer. Last but not least was well supported Kane Corby of Earlsfield who was up against strong and rugged Stringer of Routanda. Corby, who was perhaps one of the most experienced boxers over the weekend never to have won a national title clearly wanted to break this run. In the opening rounds he looked the better boxer, catching Stringer with smarter and cleaner shots. The 2nd round was a similar story, though Stringers workrate was impressive. By the 3rd Stinger left it all in the ring, looking to continuously land big punches. But Corby boxing on the counter looked like he had done enough over the first 2 rounds but like Pettit before him ended up getting the runners up medal. I am sure this wont be the last final we shall see Corby in.
Preview
London ABA will be hosting the 2014 National Junior ABA Finals. The Finals will take place over two days at the TA Centre. Weigh-in 11:00 – 13:00. Boxing to commence at 13:30
Results
42 kg
A - Final
E. Barrett
Hooks
Result: 
Beat
Result nature: 
Maj
L. Coley
2nd City
44 kg
A - Final
C. Frankham
Pinewood
Result: 
Beat
Result nature: 
Maj
J. Harrison
Gemini
54 kg
A - Final
J. Fenton
H.O.P
Result: 
Lost
Result nature: 
Unan
B. Vaughan
Kings Heath
60 kg
A - Final
B. Chandler
Brentwood
Result: 
Beat
Result nature: 
Unan
D. Catlin
Fleetwood
63 kg
A - Final
R. Haider
East London
Result: 
Lost
Result nature: 
Maj
T. Hessin
Braunstone
Venue
TA & Army Centre
Napier House
Baring Road
Grove Park
London
SE12 0BH
United Kingdom
Photographer
JP Boxing
Unit 56, Battersea Business Centre
99-109 Lavender Hill
Battersea
London
SW11 5QL
United Kingdom visit website
Videographer
JP Boxing
Unit 56, Battersea Business Centre
99-109 Lavender Hill
Battersea
London
SW11 5QL
United Kingdom visit website
Juniors National Junior Finals 2014 Day 2
2 June 2014 - 1:45pm | TA & Army Centre, South East
Write up
The National Junior Finals were held over two days at the TA Centre in Grove Park. The majority of Londons boxers competed on the sunday leaving only 3 Londoners boxing on Saturdays Finals. From the 3 bouts London came out with 2 National Champions. The first win came from the very first bout as Hooks Edward Barrett used good footwork and boxing ability to comfortably beat Lewis Coley of 2nd City. Next up was Roman Haidar for East London. Despite losing by a close points decision against Braunstones Thomas Hessin, Haidar but in a good performance and surely impressed the England Coaches sitting at Ringside. The last London boxer competing on Saturday was 42kg Class B, Kerim Agius of Dagenham. Boxing against an able fighter in Tyler Brevigheri, Agius boxed his heart out to win a National title. The win clearly meant a great deal to the popular East London boxer. The first 3 bouts on Sunday saw 3 of Reptons 7 competing boxers compete. Michael Oats and Tommy Roberts were first up, both winning their bouts comfortably to make it a great start for London and Repton. Unfortunately James Hnrahan was up against a talented boxer in Peter Smith of Phil Thomas SOB and was unable to make it 3 out of 3. Reptons Jess Dean Harris and Shamid Shbhani both also fell at the last hurdle, losing to Brendon Jones and Mihammed Aslam respectively. Shbhani was perhaps the unluckier of the two, losing in what was deemed a very close bout. Up next was popular South Londoner Jake Pettit (Nemesis). Pettit, who is from good boxing stock, has looked very good the season and one got the feeling it was his time to shine. But Kirkbys Connor Butler is an experienced and talent boxer, so Pettit was going to have box to the best of his abilities. The fight didn't let the excitable crowd down. After a cagey first round from both boxers, the fight began to open up in the 2nd. Pettit was happy to box on the back foot, looking to land from angles as his opponent came in. It looked liked Pettit won the 2nd with the cleaner shots landed. The 3rd was much of the same, although Butlers workrate may of caught the eyes of the judges. After 3 fantastically competitive rounds it looked like Pettit had got another National title for his families collection. Unfortunately for the Nemeis boxer it was Butler who got his hands raised. This was not a 'robbery' as some of the crowd suggested but you could certainly forgive Pettits frustration at not getting the decision. Reptons final 2 boxers, the vastly talented Levi Coates and Taylor Ayling insured Repton got 4 winners out of 7. Coates looked sensational in his victory agains Tom Stokes. His unorthodox style and nifty footwork left his Stoke opponent looking confused for most of the 3 rounds. Aylings victory was a little more hard earned but clearly meant the world to the ex Earlsifeld boxer. Last but not least was well supported Kane Corby of Earlsfield who was up against strong and rugged Stringer of Routanda. Corby, who was perhaps one of the most experienced boxers over the weekend never to have won a national title clearly wanted to break this run. In the opening rounds he looked the better boxer, catching Stringer with smarter and cleaner shots. The 2nd round was a similar story, though Stringers workrate was impressive. By the 3rd Stinger left it all in the ring, looking to continuously land big punches. But Corby boxing on the counter looked like he had done enough over the first 2 rounds but like Pettit before him ended up getting the runners up medal. I am sure this wont be the last final we shall see Corby in.
Preview
London ABA will be hosting the 2014 National Junior ABA Finals. The Finals will take place over two days at the TA Centre. Weigh-in 11:00 – 13:00. Boxing to commence at 13:30
Results
40 kg
A - Final
Result: 
Beat
Result nature: 
Unan
I. Nadim
Bury
46 kg
A - Final
T. Roberts
Result: 
Beat
Result nature: 
Maj
R. Harrison
Newbiggin
48 kg
A - Final
J. Hanrahan
Result: 
Lost
Result nature: 
Unan
P. Smith
Phil Thomas
50 kg
A - Final
O. Gidman
Result: 
Beat
Result nature: 
Maj
J. Cameron
Sefton
52 kg
A - Final
M. Sheeraz
Debdon
Result: 
Lost
Result nature: 
Maj
B. Scott
Retford
Venue
TA & Army Centre
Napier House
Baring Road
Grove Park
London
SE12 0BH
United Kingdom
Photographer
JP Boxing
Unit 56, Battersea Business Centre
99-109 Lavender Hill
Battersea
London
SW11 5QL
United Kingdom visit website
Videographer
JP Boxing
Unit 56, Battersea Business Centre
99-109 Lavender Hill
Battersea
London
SW11 5QL
United Kingdom visit website
Juniors London v Eastern Counties
18 May 2014 - 1:00pm | Earlsfield ABC Gym, South West
Preview
The London v Eastern Counties Junior Championships will be held at Earsfield ABC on Sunday 18th of May. Boxing starts at 13:00 and entry fees are £15 per adult.
Results
40 kg
A - Final
Michael Oats
Result: 
Beat
Result nature: 
Pts
R. Oldfield
Fenland
42 kg
A - Final
Edward Barrett
Hooks
Result: 
Beat
Result nature: 
Pts
R. Ducker
Chatteris
46 kg
A - Final
Tommy Roberts
Result: 
Beat
Result nature: 
Pts
H. Hemmings
Southend
48 kg
A - Final
James Hanrahan
Result: 
Beat
Result nature: 
Pts
J. Freeman
Southend
50 kg
A - Final
O. Chaima
Result: 
Beat
Result nature: 
Pts
T. Lee
Chelmsford
Venue
Earlsfield ABC Gym
109 Garratt Lane
Wandsworth
London
SW18 4DW
United Kingdom
Videographer
JP Boxing
Unit 56, Battersea Business Centre
99-109 Lavender Hill
Battersea
London
SW11 5QL
United Kingdom visit website
Open Harrow & District ABC
17 May 2014 - 7:45pm | Tithe Farm Sports & Social Club, North East
Preview
On Saturday Harrow & District ABC will be hosting an open show on Saturday 17th May at Tithe Farm Sports and Social Club in Harrow. Weigh-In tie is 6:00pm - 7:15pm, boxing to commence 7:45pm. Tickets will be available on the door £10 for adults and £5 for under 16s.
Venue
Tithe Farm Sports & Social Club
151 Rayners Lane
Harrow
Middlesex
HA2 0XH
United Kingdom
Photographer
Dan Osullivan United Kingdom
Videographer
Dan Osullivan United Kingdom
Open Double Jab Open Show
16 May 2014 - 7:30pm | The Wheel Shunters Club, South East
Preview
On Friday 16th May Double Jab ABC will be hosting an open show at the Wheel Shunters Social Club just off the Old Kent Road. Weigh-Time is 6:00pm to 7:00pm. Boxing to commence at 7:30pm. Tickets will be available on the door at £10 per person.
Venue
The Wheel Shunters Club
Hornshay Street
London
SE15 1HB
United Kingdom
Photographer
Eric Guy
Dartford
Kent
United Kingdom
Videographer
Eric Guy
Dartford
Kent
United Kingdom
South East Division Finals
6 April 2014 - 1:00pm | London TA & Army Boxing Club, South East
Preview
On Sunday 6th April the London T.A. & Army Boxing Club will be hosting the South East Division Finals. Tickets for this event will be available on the door.
Results
52 kg
A - Final
Archie Sharp
Result: 
Vs.
Joe McCulley
Bexley
56 kg
A - Final
Callum Longhurst
Bodyshots ABC
Result: 
Vs.
Charlie Harrison
60 kg
A - Final
Joshua Nelson
Result: 
Vs.
Chris Mbwakongo
75 kg
A - Final
Craig Richards
Result: 
Vs.
81 kg
A - Final
Ricardo Slue
Result: 
Vs.
Richard Riakporhe
Venue
London TA & Army Boxing Club
Napier House
Baring Road
London
SE12 0BH
United Kingdom

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Earlsfield ABC
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All Stars
Mr Isola Akay's inspirational journey has taken him from boxing champion in Ghana West Africa, to being awarded Membership in the...
Fitzroy Lodge
The Lodge is a non-profit making, charitable club, run by volunteers and supported by donations, grants and member subscriptions. The...
West Ham Boys
One of the UKs most renowned clubs, West Ham have been producing National champions year after year, from earlier boxers such as Ron Redcup...
Dagenham PC
Dagenham, which is situated in an area that borders both Essex and London, have mass of talent and boxing families on their doorstep and as...
Fisher Downside
The home of two former world title contenders Timmy Driscoll and Mickey Cantwell and three world boxing champions Sid Smith, Terry Downes...
Haringey PCC
Haringey are not only one of North West Londons leading clubs, with an array of talent graduating from their modest gym, they are the...
Repton Boys
The Repton is one of the most famous boxing clubs in the UK and is recognised globally for its boxing heritage fully deserved of the title...

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