TEAM ENGLAND - RED HOT
TEAM ENGLAND PHOTO - Courtesy of IAIN WEAVER
TEAM WALES vs TEAM CANADA and SCOTLAND
TOM STALKER - TEAM ENGLAND
Devon Boatswain - Team Guyana
(from the "Stabroek News - October 5 th.)
Photos - Team Canada & Team England
Photo - Luke Woods - Team Australia -
by Melissa Adams, Canberra Times
Photo - 2010 Boxing Team - Northern Irelamd
Photo - PADDY BARNES - Belfast
Photo - Callum Johnson - Team Scotland
(Retford Times - October 20, 2009)
Photo - Team Scotland
(Amateur Boxing Scotland - announcement)
Photos - Flag of Wales & Welsh Boxing Team
Photo - Andrew Selby - Team Wales
("Barry & District News" - July 22, 2010)
Photo - Fred Evans - Team Wales
ANDREW SELBY - TEAM WALES
THE 2010 BOXING JOURNEY BEGINS - 2010 Commonwealth Games - by brian zelley
For the various Boxing Teams from the Commonwealth Nations, we begin with the individual boxers in the last days of their preparation before leaving for Delhi to compete in the 2010 GAMES.
Action in the ring will take place at the "Talkatora Indoor Boxing Stadium".
We now know the names of the boxers, coaches and managers of many of the teams from
Australia to Canada, England, India and the other places around the globe.
For the Canadian team (see photo of the names) we have the seniors such as DIDIER BENCE
and STEVE ROLLS to the young ones like ALEX RYNN from Alberta. They and their team mates
will be in competition with members of the Australian team such as lightweight LUKE JACKSON,
and members of three boxers from Guyana - DEVON BOATSWAIN, DEXTER JORDAN and CLEVLON ROCK.
For ENGLAND (see photo) of team including Tommy Stubbs and Bradley Saunders
New Zealand boxers will include JOSEPH PARKER, NATHAN MCEWEN, ANGUS DONALDSON, REECE PAPURI and DAVID ALOUA of a five member team.
For SCOTLAND the team includes boxer CALLUM JOHNSON from England, but qualified for Scotland.
Over the next few weeks, we will follow the progress of the Commonwealth boxers as they compete
against the best at Delhi, India.
THE CREAAM OF THE CROP - LIGHTWEIGHTS JOSH TAYLOR and TOM STALKER
As the days passed, the most anticipated final would be a lightweight contest between
England's TOM STALKER and Scotland's JOSH TAYLOR To-date, each bocer has
demonstratd excellence in their bouts.