THERE was disappointment for local kickboxer Ciaran Boyle at St Pat’s Hall on Saturday when he narrowly lost out on the world crown to England’s Scott Taylor.
STRABANE kickboxer Ciaran Boyle has vowed to take 25 years experience into the ring with him when he competes for the world title next week.
IN WHAT was his toughest battle yet as an adult amateur, Strabane Mixed Martial Artist James Gallagher marked his fourth straight win in Dublin on Saturday night. The 17-year-old defeated his opponent Matthew Mullan (Team Torres) on the amateur card of Cage Warriors Fighting Championship 70, his biggest stage yet, in a split decision according […]
IT was straight back to business for young MMA grappler James Gallagher this week after chalking off another victory in the octagon on Sunday in Castlebar.
STRABANE kickboxer Ciaran Boyle says he is relishing a second showdown with world champion Scott Taylor after being granted a rematch by the sport’s governing body.
Members of the North West Shotokan Karate Club travelled as part of the Irish Shotokan Karate Union, the short distance to Burnfoot recently to compete in the 7th UKF International Competition.
LOCAL kickboxing club CB Martial Arts had a number of fighters in action at the weekend, including a Northern Ireland title contender.
A WELL-known Strabane Mixed Martial Artist will this weekend make his long-awaited return to cage when he makes his adult amateur debut.
WITH the dust barely settled on his narrow world title defeat, Strabane kickboxer Ciaran Boyle is already eyeing up a rematch.
THE reputation of local club CB Martial Arts was bolstered massively at the weekend, when fighters secured a glut of medals in Derry.