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The west of Ireland is gearing itself up for further boxing success next month when Mayo's own Henry ‘The Western Warrior’ Coyle takes on Italy's Elio Cotena for the WBF Light Middleweight title at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on Friday August 12.
Mayo could be welcoming home a gold medal from the European Senior Boxing Championships this weekend. Islandeady man Ray Moylette who boxes for the St Anne’s Club in Westport beat Hajiliyev Hebatulla from Azerbaijan in the semi-final of the 64kg competition on Thursday afternoon in Ankara.
Irish team captain and Paulstown native Darren O'Neill, a silver medal winner at the 2010 European Championships, was knocked out of this year’s European Championships in Turkey after dropping a 17-10 decision to Dmytro Mytrofanov of Ukraine in the middleweight class on Tuesday last.
Paulstown boxer Darren O’Neill makes a return to the ring, moving up a division to light-heavyweight for the Ostrava Grand Prix in the Czech Republic this month.
Ray Moylette added another feather to his cap on Saturday night in the National Stadium in Dublin. The Islandeady man who boxes for St Anne’s in Westport picked up his first national senior men’s title at the 64kg weight after a 10-3 win over Stephen Donnelly from All Saints in the final.
Two years ago, years of determination, pain and preparation all paid off for Ray Moylette when he became a World Youth’s boxing champion in Mexico. Next Saturday night the young St Anne’s boxer will be looking to take the next step on the road to even greater things, when he steps into the ring aiming to add the Irish Elite Championship to his already bulging trophy cabinet at home.
The countdown is well and truly on to one of the biggest nights of the year. On Friday, March 5 The TF Royal Theatre in Castlebar will host an event that’s sure to entertain, enthral and excite, while also raising much-needed funds for the Irish Motor Neuron Disease Association. The Spar in Castlebar will pit well-known locals against one another in an evening of white-collar boxing that’ll push back the boundaries of fun and fund-raising.
A group of 24 novice men from Mayo assembled in St Anne’s boxing club, Westport, last Monday night to kick off the training for a white collar boxing event on behalf of the Mayo branch of the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association.
St Anne’s Boxing Club in Westport will be hoping that they will be toasting at least silver medalist in the World Youth Boxing Championships in Mexico later on today. Club man Ray Moylette has already secured himself a bronze medal in the championship thanks to a 10-2 win over Cuban Juan Garcia in the quarter final to book a semi-final spot. In the semi-final he will face off against Belarussian Aliaski Haletsich for a place in Sunday’s final. This will be Moylette’s fourth fight in the championship after coming through the previous three rounds unscathed.
A civic reception for Ray Moylette, Danny Coughlan, and Maurice Lally will take place on January 30 in Westport.