May 2013 archive

Ciara Sheedy called into Irish Squad

Ciara Sheedy will join the Irish Ladies boxing squad at the National Stadium in Dublin tomorrow morning. The squad begins training in the morning ahead of the up-and-coming European Championships in Hungary. The club wishes Ciara the best and hopes that all going well Ciara will break into the team to travel for the European …

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Swinford Boxing Club Annual Church Gate Collection

Swinford Boxing Club will be collecting at the church gates this weekend, in an effort to raise much needed funds. By it’s very nature with sucess comes added expense, so please give what you can this weekend, to a worthy cause.

Friday Night’s Alright

Friday night training has finished for the 2012/2013 season. Training will continue on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the regular times.

Cash for old Clothes….. for Cake’s sake, what a load of Scrap!

  With the last load of scrap metal gone from the yard, the club can reflect on a successful fundraiser at the Conway Gym & Fitness Centre. On Friday 10th May the action began with a early morning meet in the gym. With collections decided and directions in hand three trailers manned with an adequate …

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Ciara strikes Gold again!

You know the analogy…you wait for ages for a bus, then two come along, well after two years of painstaking work, Ciara Sheedy struck gold three weeks ago in the National Youths Championships, and yesterday she made it a double at the Natoinal Senior Cadet Championships. Up against old foe, Clodagh Greene of South Meath in …

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Ciara on another Treasure Hunt

Ciara Sheedy will be in action at boxing headquarters again this weekend, as she goes in search of a National Cadet title to add to her Youth title earlier in the month. Weigh-in is tomorrow morning from 11am – 12noon with the first session of boxing due to commence at 3pm. We wish Ciara the …

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Mayo defeat Donegal

  The Mayo Ladies Boxing team defeated Donegal on Sunday afternoon in a closely contested inter-county. The three and a half hour journey by team coach to Carndonagh had no negative effect on the Mayo ladies, as each and every boxer set a standard that would grace any stage. Donegal lined out no fewer than 7 current Irish …

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