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Three titles for Galway fighters

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The Galway Black Dragon Club lifted three national titles at a high-octaine "Fist Of Fury" kickboxing and K-1 event on Saturday evening.

Merrigan faces Frenchman in superfight

Four IKF All Ireland title fights and an International super prestige K-1 Superfight will be the highlights of a full evening's kickboxing in the Black Box Theatre on Saturday.

Galway fighters retain All Ireland titles

Five fighters from the Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing Club were in action on Sunday in Kilkenny and they came away with four wins and just one defeat.

Collins crowned world kickboxing champ

Galway has a new world champion. Kickboxer Nikki Collins has claimed the IKF World Bantamweight title, becoming the first female world champion from the west of Ireland.

Collins takes on European champ in world title fight

Galway Black Dragon kickboxer Nicola Collins has her sights set on becoming the West of Ireland’s first female World kickboxing champion when she takes on the current European champion from England this Saturday in Leisureland, Salthill.

SPORTS SHORTS

• Galway County badminton team enjoyed a famous win in the All Ireland inter-county finals at NUIG sports centre. Having advanced from the qualifying weekend, Galway faced Roscommon in what proved a tight All-Ireland semi final. Early nerves and a couple of tight set losses saw the team trail Roscommon 3-2 in the best of nine, but a great win in the first ladies’ doubles saw Galway draw 3-3. Galway won two of the three mixed games to squeeze through to the All Ireland final 5-3. Up against Meath, Galway got off to a flying start, winning both singles to take a 2-0 lead. Second ladies and second men soon followed to leave Galway in a strong 4-0 lead. It was left to Galway's first doubles pairing of Ross Creaven and Colm Franks to clinch the deciding match to give Galway an unbeatable 5-0 lead and the Class 4 All-Ireland title. Galway team, Cormac O'Connor (player manager), Ross Creaven, Colm Franks, Bryan Lalor, Damien Hehir, Stephen Keane, Joanne Gilmore, Susan Gilmore, Helen Sheehan, Orla Bishop, Claire Kenny.

 

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