Ring 1 – Elite Boxers
Ring 1 – Elite Boxers
Bout 1 – 64kg Male – Ben Grant (Chirnside) beat Luke Bibby (Perth Railway) Split;
Bout 2 – 64kg Male – Sohaib Mohammed (Rob Roy) beat Martin Kerr (Renfrewshire) Split;
Bout 3 – 64kg Male – Cameron Gill (Priestfield) beat Matthew Clark (Glenrothes) Unanimous;
Bout 4 – 75kg Male – Reece Porter (Rob Roy) beat Jakub Wnuk (Clovenstone) RSC3;
Bout 5 – 75kg Male – Ronald Devlin (Lochend) beat Logan Howett (Lochee) Unanimous;
Bout 6 – 60kg Male – Mark McKeown (Keir Hardie) beat Kieran McMaster (Northwest) Split;
Bout 7 – 60kg Male – Charlie Doig (St Francis) beat Matthew Middleton (Forgewood);
Bout 8 – 60kg Male – John Casey (Jonesy’s) beat Calvin Hughes (North Glasgow) Unanimous;
Bout 9 – 60kg Male – Dylan Arbuckle (Newarthill) beat Fraser Wilkinson (Elgin) Split
Bout 10 – 69kg Male – Stephen Newns (Cleland) beat John Stevenson (Forgewood) Unanimous
Bout 11 – 81kg Male – Darren Tarr (Barrhead) beat Rory Brown (Glasgow City) Unanimous;
Bout 12 – 81kg Male – Brandon Howett (Lochee) beat Connor Sharp (Alloa) Unanimous;
Bout 13 – 91kg Male – Nathan Levers (Glenrothes) beat Bobby Morrell (Noble Art) Split;
Bout 14 – 91kg Male – Scott Edwards (Elgin) beat Sean Crawford (Leith Vic) RSC3;
Bout 15 – 91kg Male – Ryan Reekie (Meadowbank) beat Barry Hogg (McTaggart Scott) Split.
Ring 2 – Youth Boxers
Bout 1 – 2002 Youth Male 49kg – Michael McCrone (Noble Art) beat Grant Armstrong Split;
Bout 2 – 2002 Youth Male 49kg – Lennon Mulligan (Rob Roy) beat Owen Paton (Meadowbank ) Split;
Bout 3 – 2002 Youth Male 52kg – Peter Paton (Rob Roy) beat Thomas McCrone (Noble Art)
Bout 4 – 2002 Youth Male 56kg – Billy Millar (Glenrothes) beat Fawaz Aborode (Byron) Split
Bout 5 – 2002 Youth Male 56kg – Jack Grant (Chirnside) beat Alex White (Kilsyth GG) RSC3
Bout 6 – 2002 Youth Male 60kg – Cameron Hunt (Meadowbank) beat Eryk Gnlyewicz (Forgewood) Unanimous
Bout 7 – 2002 Youth Male 60kg – Ryan Haney (Cambusnethan) beat Jody Cairns (Irvine Vineburgh) Split;
Bout 8 – 2002 Youth Male 64kg – Sean Duddy (Dennistoun Mc) beat Jamie Newcombe (Lochend) Split
Bout 9 – 2002 Youth Male 69kg – Harry McGrenra (Rob Roy) beat Max McGillivray (Lochend) Unanimous;
Bout 10 – 2001 Youth Male 56kg – Nicholas Devlin (O’Neills) beat Declan Reilly (The Barn) Unanimous;
Bout 11 – 2001 Youth Female 60kg – Dionne Polland (Easterhouse Phoenix) beat Mya Peacock (Barrhead) Split;
Bout 12 – 2001 Youth Male 60kg – Robert Hewitt (Southside) beat Balaal Waheed (Sparta BA) Split;
Bout 13 – 2001 Youth Male 60kg – Crawford Campbell (Kilsyth GG) beat Ewan Hamilton (Northwest) Split;
Bout 14 – 2001 Youth Male 64kg – Martin Crossan (Newarthill) beat Harys Lowe (Northwest) Split;
Bout 15 – 2001 Youth Male 69kg – Brodie Grant (Sparta BA) beat Connor McPhee (Elgin) Split;
Bout 16 – 2001 Youth Male 75kg – Ali Laing (Insch) beat Alex Arthur (Meadowbank) Unanimous.
Boxing Scotland Will be hosting a Safeguarding and Protecting Children Workshop on Thursday 28th March 2019 starting at 1830 through to 2130.
Safeguarding and Protecting Children
This three-hour workshop is suitable for coaches and volunteers who will come into contact with children.
The workshop explores the code of conduct for those in contact with children and provides basic information on recognising child abuse and responding to concerns. It is aimed primarily at coaches and Child Protection Officers. Outcomes for attendees include increasing awareness, helping recognise the signs of abuse and poor practice and helping to deal sensitively and effectively with issues that arise.
In order to keep knowledge up to date in this area, individuals should follow this up with either the SPC2 or refresh with SPC every two to three years.
The course will be held at the National High-Performance Centre, Bridgeton Cross, Orr Street, Glasgow, G40 2QH.
Bookings will be taken by sending email to; firstname.lastname@example.org
The following details are to be included within each booking to attend the course;
Name, Address and Club. Contact number and email address.
The course will be limited to 15 and will be on a first come first served basis. so to avoid disappointment book early. To secure a place in the course payments must be received by 1500 Friday 22nd March 19.
A reminder to all coaches that for the 2019/20 season each Coach re-registration must hold an in date Safeguarding Certificate.
Cost of the course will be £15 per individual. Payment can be made either by Cheque to Boxing Scotland Ltd or bacs transfer to Boxing Scotland. If you or clubs intend to pay via bacs transfer please reference with your name of club or individual.
SALSC (Scottish Association of Local Sports Councils) is the umbrella organisation for Local Sports Councils (LSCs) and ClubSport organisations across Scotland.
LSCs play an important role in their communities, providing an independent voice for local sports clubs, regardless of size or sport. This makes LSCs well positioned for raising important local sporting issues with their local authority and locally elected members. It is for this reason that LSCs respond to local needs, with the national umbrella organisation providing support to ensure they are well equipped to meet those needs.
While this element of work is a crucial aspect of what LSCs do – it is equally important that LSCs are seen to be proactive – supporting member clubs, being visible in the local community and playing their part in encouraging people to get physically active. This can include distributing funds to clubs, holding events, facilitating workshops, acting as the quality checking agency for local sports clubs and developing community links to create sporting pathways.
Affiliating to an LSC is an excellent way for Sports Clubs to become involved with community sport, LSCs are a useful resource of knowledge, experience and partner opportunities.
SALSC will be in attendance in the Boxing Hall at the Elite National Championships on Saturday 16th March. They will be open to enquiries and questions from 0930-1230.
There are plans to have members in attendance at regionally at District Championships in the new season.
Meanwhile contact details are;
Tel: 07528 719 350
More information can be found at; www.salc.org.uk
Vicky Glover has made history in becoming our first ever medal winner at a major Championship.
Vicky boxed Latvia’s Amanda Millere and won he quarter final of the European U22 Championships by a unanimous decision earlier today in Vladikavkaz, Russia.
This was always going to be a tough contest for Vicky as the Latvian was a strong come forward Boxer. However, Vicky used superior tactics to overcome her opponent by moving constantly into space and using well timed long punches.
Although Vicky won unanimously, it was an entertaining contest with both boxers using their strengths – Millere coming forward with strong bent arm shots and Vicky using the ring with to land long clean shots.
Vicky will now box England’s Ellie Scotney in the Semi Final times etc to follow.
An absolutely fantastic performance from Vicky who is getting better each contest and certainly won’t be settling for Bronze.
The Schools and Junior Bouts held over from the weekend of 23rd – 24th February will be held this Saturday the 16th March. These bouts could not be completed due to the 12-hour rule.
The remaining bouts will be programmed as the first bouts in Ring 2 and boxing is due to commence at 1200.
Bout 1 The first bout will be a Western District Junior 2004 63kg Final.
Corners are TBC on Saturday
Joshua Connor (Cambusnethan) v Sean Hughes (Barn)
The remaining bouts will be National Championship finals.
The bout running order will be;
Bout 2 – 2007 Schools Male 42Kg Final
Callum Bell Blantyre Miners v Liam Kelly Greenock
Bout 3 – 2007 Schools Male 48Kg Final
Kenzie Moir Argo v Andrew McClure Greenock
Bout 4 – 2004 Junior Male 46Kg Final
Brandon Grant Durie’s v Andrew Sneddon Forgewood
Bout 5 – 2004 Junior Male 48Kg Final
William Gemmell Barrhead v William Williamson Byron
All queries should be directed to Boxing Scotland. The Boxing Scotland website has also been updated with this information.
Medicals and Scales open 0800-1000