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Galway kickboxers were celebrating success on the world’s biggest stage last week.
The Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing club will host an evening of junior and senior kickboxing, boxing and K-1 in the Menlo Park Hotel on Sunday featuring 20 fighters from Galway taking on opponents from throughout Ireland.
With five awards, the Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing Club was the overall winner at the Irish National Kickboxing Awards in Ashbourne, Co Meath.
Gary Manogue, who fights out of the Black Dragon kickboxing club in Galway, became the new World Super Welterweight Kickboxing Champion on Saturday night in Leisureland, Salthill.
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.
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.
IKF Five Nations kickboxing champion Gary Manogue from the Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing Club was the unanimous winner over Welsh hard man Andrew Davies in a four-round international bout in Waterford at the weekend. The win sees Manogue bring his record to an unbeaten 17 fights.
Ten-years-old Alex Fitzpatrick from Tuam and experienced campaigner Gary Manogue from Castlepark were winners at an international kickboxing tournament in Ramelton, Donegal, on Saturday.