#NewsNotes

News Notes 8: Welsh Senior Championships, Kennedy-Askins date, Dale Evans switches gyms

The date for the Welsh Senior Championships final has been confirmed. Welsh Boxing, the governing body who run the unpaid code in the country, will host the event on Friday

News Notes 7: Connor Vian, Ben Jack Davies, Joshua John, Helen Jones, Lauren Price, Lennie ‘The Lion’ Williams, Sanigar Events and S4C, WEBA and more

In the final News Round-Up of 2016, BoxingWales have news from around the country in both the amateur and professional codes… At the start of December, welterweight Connor Vian (1-0)

News Notes 6: Welsh Area Council Awards, Maxi Hughes made mandatory, Herbert meets new manager, Hughes and White get new opponents

The British Boxing Board of Control’s [BBBoC] Welsh Area Council will host their 2017 Awards and Hall of Fame Induction on Friday 27 January at the Marriot Hotel in Cardiff.

News Notes 5: McGoldrick, Jenkins, Pryce, Economides, Janes, Davies and Buckland

Irish outfit Macklin’s Gym Marbella [MGM] have signed their first Welsh boxer, Newport’s double Commonwealth Games medalist Sean McGoldrick. It’s unclear when the 24-year-old will make his professional debut or the

News Notes 4: Andrew and Lee Selby near next fights, Davies and Miles in the capital, plus Frank Warren’s undercard fills up

Barry Town’s Lee Selby (23-1, 8KO) has been in Japan to scout his potential next opponent. The IBF world champion attended the final eliminator in Tokyo to decide his next

News Notes 3: Pryce, McGoldrick, Evans-Buckland and Davies

The new 2016/17 season, when British boxing returns from a short month off, is right around the corner and the calendar is filling up for Welsh fighters. Newbridge’s Bradley ‘Sugar

News Notes 2: Buckland, Selby, Sillett, Williams, Cleverly, Jenkins, Lawrence and more

Sanigar Events are on the verge of making an official announcement of a show at the Newport Centre on Friday 30th September. So far, a number of boxers have confirmed

News Notes 1: Joe Cordina, Tony Pace and Robbie Forster

On Saturday, Cardiff’s Joe Cordina got his Olympic campaign underway with a win in Rio, Brazil. The very popular lightweight (60KG) saw off a very spirited challenge from the Philippines’