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Few people earn a crack at a world title in any sport, but in Galway on Saturday, Castlepark’s Gary Manogue will take to the ring in his first bid to become the world super welterweight kickboxing champion.
Kickboxer Bryan Merrigan (above right) successfully defended his All Ireland title to Cork Thaiboxer Dave Walsh in Galway at the weekend.
The Galway Black Dragon Club lifted three national titles at a high-octaine "Fist Of Fury" kickboxing and K-1 event on Saturday evening.
Galway’s Bryan Merrigan has become the first man to capture an IKF-sanctioned All Ireland K-1 title.
Galway kickboxer Bryan Merrigan is aiming to become the first fighter to win an IKF sanctioned All Ireland K-1 title.
• St Michael’s is holding an Easter Gaelic Football camp from Tuesday April 10 to Thursday April 12 in Westside from 10.30am to 1pm daily and is open to boys from ages eight to 13. Several members of the club's senior team will be coaching. The cost is €10. Download an application form from http://stmichaelsgaa.ie, or register from 10am at St Michael’s club house on April 10. For information, text/call Alan Glynn 087-275 1903.
One of Ireland’s top fighters, Galwayman Gary Manogue, will make a mandatory first defence of his IKF 5 Nations full contact kickboxing title on Saturday.
Oughterard’s Bryan Merrigan was given a huge boost ahead of next month’s All Ireland fight when he claimed a valuable victory on Saturday night in Ashbourne, Co Meath.
Galway fighters were successful at the recent kickboxing show which featured three World title fights in the Black Box Theatre.
The ‘Seasons Beatings’ full contact kickboxing tournament proceded last weekend in Galway, but not quite as planned.