PHOTO - Team England Photo - an ace team
THE QUARTER FINALS - 8 Still Standing: by brian zelley
By the end of Sunday, there will only be four to determine the shade of the medal that they will win. For the other four it will be a bell too far, and one of the four
that will be eliminated will be Australian LUKE JACKSON or England's
For BOXING CANADA one of the shining stars is ALEX RYNN from Calgary,
Alberta. To-date, Alex has defeated two opponents to earn a spot with the
select. To make the medal round, ALEJANDRO (Alex) RYNN needs to
earn a win over MOALA of Tonga in quarter finals action.
Not to be overlooked in the action will be JOSH TAYLOR of Scotland.
Fromhis initial bout, Josh impressed his team mates by being the first
to move forward to the next level with a victory over previous medal winner
DARREN EDWARDS of Wales. The Edwards loss was one of many for
the Welsh team. The latest from Wales to miss the semi-finals is
THE FOUR LAST LIGHTWEIGHTS
The last four lightweights will compete in the semi-finals on the road to gold.
Four Nations - England, India, Scotland and Tonka will add medals to their
Commonwealth Games collection.
THE FOUR LIGHTWEIGHTS - the road to glory and fame
JAI BHAGWAN, LOMALITO MOALA, TOM STALKER & JOSH TAYLOR
For home based Indian boxer Jai Bhagwan, it is more than the shade of the medal.
As quoted in the "Indian Express" on 10\10\10.
"I would get fame and there would be financial benefits as well" - J. Bhagwan.
Then there were two - STALKER vs TAYLOR - The final showdown.