All Star Boxing Academy strikes gold - 13 times!
Published 9:00am 23 September 2021
Above: Three All Star Boxing Academy medallists, from left, Bailey Goiris, Chaise Courtney, Jaspa Stowers.
All Star Boxing Academy fighters were in golden form at the Queensland State Titles over the weekend.
The academy, now at Pine Rivers Showgrounds in Lawnton, won 13 gold medals, one silver and one bronze from September 17-19 at the Acacia Ridge Hotel.
Paul Utai, Head Coach of Amateur Boxing at the All Star Academy, said it was “very good going” by all the club’s members.
“Because of all the hard work and dedication these boxers put in, I was hoping for a good outcome,” Utai said.
“Well done to everyone. All that hard work has been worth it.”
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All Star Academy at Queensland State Titles 2021
Under 13 (born 2009-2010)
Bailey Goiris - 36kg silver
Stewart Taggart - 40kg gold
Jaspa Stowers - 46kg gold
Under 15 (born 2007-2008)
Mackenzie Allen - 40kg gold
Taj Harrington - 34kg gold
Thomas Haworth - 46kg gold
Darcy O’Malley - 48kg gold
Pj Utia - 63kg gold
Chaise Courtney - 50kg gold
Junior (born 2005-2006)
Aaron Grealey - 60kg gold
Jye Dixon - 48kg gold
Tyrone Owen - 63kg gold
Youth (born 2003-2004)
Levi Langham - 75kg gold
Elite Born (born 2002/under)
Yungu Yanner - gold
Rhett Quinlan - bronze
Most of the fighters train five or six days a week, with running in the mornings and specific programs later in the day.
All Star Boxing Academy has programs for all ages and abilities, such as Pee Wee Boxing for those 5-10 to novice sparring, amateur and open sessions.
The academy is hosting its own Fight Night on October 23 at Norths Leagues and Services Club in Kallangur. Forty fights from 4pm onwards. Tickets available on the door.
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