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The results of the England Boxing Youth Championship quarter-finals at Magna Science in Rotherham.
The line-up includes 2013 World Championship bronze medallist and 2014 Commonwealth Games champion, Antony Fowler, at middleweight; 2015 European Championship silver medallist, Pat McCormack, at light-welterweight and 2015 European Championship and 2014 Commonwealth Games silver medallist, Qais Ashfaq, at bantamweight.
For the first year in the history of the England Boxing Elite Championships, spectators have an opportunity to choose a regional association to benefit from £5 of the price of each weekend ticket purchased, via exclusive promotional codes.
The quarter-finalists of the England Boxing Youth Championships, which take place from Friday 12 - Sunday 14 February 2016, are as follows:
England Boxing is running a series of five workshops in 22 different cities over the next twelve months.
The workshops will cover everything from publicising your club's work in the community; finding out how you can prepare your boxers for progression onto the England Boxing Talent Pathway; running a well-organised, sustainable club, and child safeguarding and welfare.
Cory O’Regan retained the 60kg English Title on Saturday, despite a challenge from Cleary’s Boxing Club’s Danny Quartermaine.
GB Boxing has six boxers in the semi-finals of the annual international Bocskai Tournament in Debrecen, Hungary, this week.
Current English Title holder Cory O'Regan will face challenger Danny Quartermaine in a lightweight clash at Birmingham's Irish Centre on Saturday 6 February.