Next show – March 3rd 2018
The biggest show in town got bigger at Skateworld on Saturday 17th December 2017.
Eastbourne Boxing Club home show Saturday 16th December 2017 – Winners in bold
Miah (Eastbourne) v Nawaz (Surbiton) (skills bout)
Hampton (Southampton) wpts v Smith (Westhill)
Legg (Eastbourne) lpts v Dossett (Brighton City)
Walker (Canvey) wpts rsc v Ross-Horton (Fishersgate)
Knight (Eastbourne) lpts v Khan (Bexhill)
Ruston wpts v Beaver (Ockley)
Kamara (Brighton city) wpts v Millis (Moulescoomb)
Blackhall (Chalvedon) wpts v Martinez (Ockley)
Martin (Canvey) lpts vs Abdou (Gym01)
Phebey (Eastbourne) lpts vs Blackman-Price (H.O.P)
Goodridge (Basingstoke) wpts v Zahmatkesh Bognor (Goodridge retains U91kg SC Belt)
Andriunvicius (Ockley) wpts v Colewell-Lavene (Fishersgate)
Pocock (Eastbourne) wpts v Molina Basingstoke
Overy (Eastbourne) lpts v Ferguson (Phoenix)
Eastbourne Boxing Club’s held 15 top class amateur boxing bouts at Skateworld on Saturday May 6th May 2017 in front of a packed crowd of boxing fans.
EBC Home Show Report March 2017
Our show on Sat 18th March 2017 at Skateworld, the best yet?!? That’s what we’re hearing. Some amazing bouts, truly outstanding.
The clash between Brighton and Hove’s Tom Welch and Westside’s Taran Willet was worth the admission alone!
EBC would like to thank all of the team, coaches, supporters, officials and Skateworld.
Dan Legg boxed well in his skills bout against a tall aggressive Southpaw from Winchester showing poise and an accurate rear hand. Great improvement from his last skills bout.
Callum Lucas lost a unanimous decision in his rematch against his Westree opponent, Callum winning the first. In a close affair, Cal worked well to head and body but was caught with straights through and over the guard. A learning curve for the young EBC boxer.
Callum Brown was edged out on a split decision against his tall Rusthalls opponent. Cal was the aggressor scoring well with his backhand. His taller opponent scoring with the jab in reply. This could have gone either way but was given to the visitor.
Club captain, Adrianne Phebey was up against it vs the ex-England International Nina Hughes of Chadwell St Mary’s. Pheebs used her feet well to walk her opponent onto shots in a nip and tuck affair. Hughes was able to control the range well scoring with the overhand right. The Essex based boxer taking a split decision in a highly skillful encounter.
Chris Matthews put on a rampant display of front foot boxing behind a tight guard to walk his Odyssey opponent down. Forcing 2 counts in the 3rd, the Referee stopped the contest. An excellent display of how technical abilities feed in to the tactics.
Dan Pert looked for revenge against his Hastings Westhill opponent in a match he lost before Christmas on the Bexhill show. Asserting himself from the start, Perty was able to double his jab up and find hurtful back hands to the target repeatdley. Forcing a count early on, ‘The Hurt’ continued to put the pressure on. His opponent was pulled by his coach between the first and second round giving Dan a stoppage victory.
Mubanga Chisanga was up against a tall and sharp opponent from Westside. His Middlesex opponent flew out the blocks snapping out a fast jab, taking the first. Banga edged in, throwing some hurtful body assaults and switched his attack upstairs afterwards. The Westside man rallied, scoring well, but the more impactful, decisive work coming from Banga. In a great performance from both men it was awarded bout of the night deservedly by our stout and stable Sponsor, Matty Budd! Banga taking a unanimous decision.
Well done to all boxers and our great team. We all grafted hard not only at the show and in the ring, but in the months of preparation that goes before. Thank you all!
Pictured below – Middleweight Chris Matthews keep his defence tight as he hunts down his slippery opponent in his stoppage victory.
Saturday 15th October 2016 saw Eastbourne boxing club host 13 top flight amateur boxing bouts at Skateworld.
. Weighing 227kg between them both boxers engaged in a untidy affair. Come the close of the first, the visiting boxer was up on points. With a change of tactics needed, Paul was able to push his feet in closer against the 6ft 9 inch Omoregie. With a devastating overhand right, Paul caught his man on the temple forcing the KO. The Guildford man not making the count but was applauded for his bravery once he rose to his feet. Paul was soon after crowned the Southern Counties Super-heavyweight champion.
Results from Eastbourne show 9/4/16
G. Wood East Brighton v M.Cole Horsham skills
P.Cusack East Brighton v H.Webb odyssey skills
K. Knight Eastbourne v J. Smith Foley skills
B. Wood East Brighton v P. Connors Foley – skills
D. Tanos East Brighton v N.Doe Horsham skills
L. Smith 1RRF lost to A. McHugh Ventnor pts split.
C.Knight Eastbourne beat A.Salum Limehouse points unan
M.Axten odyssey lost pts unan to J. Apps Ventnor
C.Brown Eastbourne won split pts v G.Andriunvicus Littlehampton.
L.Bingham Foley won split pts v M.Bygrave Horsham.
L.Eade Phoenix lost split pts to J. Groves Brighton City.
C.Monteiro won pts split v R.Thorpe Horsham
Olympic Boxing Live Home Show – The biggest and best once again!
Just short of 600 people were in attendance on Saturday 30th January 2016 at Skateworld to see 17 top fight bouts of Olympic Style boxing.
Junior captain Callum ‘C-Dawg’ Brown started us off against the more experienced Luke Kincart from Gym01. With some excellent exchanges and high skill levels both boxers were sensational in their efforts. Callum losing the decision but with great pluses to take away from his first bout. The club are proud and he will come back stronger for the experience.
Mubanga ‘Banga’ Chisanga lost a split to Brighton and Hove’s Nathan Okello. Banga started off well with fast hands and impactful shots but the visiting boxers was more dominant and frequent with his attacks. Speaking with Banga afterwards, he has had his eyes opened to how he must change his tactics for future. Big things for the Banga man!
Crowd Please, Callum ‘Knighty’ Knight extended his unbeaten run to 5 and 0 with an excellent performance versus Rusthall’s Tommy Ryan. The Tunbridge Wells boxer coming out throwing lightning quick shots but was countered and progressively pushed back by our young star. A unanimous decision taken for Cal, and the bout of the night awarded again for the quality and excitement of the bout.
First timer welterweight Nick Tompkins started well against Brighton City’s Glynn Davies using good hand speed behind his jab. As the bout progressed, Davies was able to find the target more, pushing Nick back to take a unanimous decision. A hard test for Nick, who will come back stronger for it.
Club captain and open class middleweight Lee ‘Leeeeeroy’ Jenkins was up against the strong Lloyd Smith from Berinsfield. This bout was fought at close quarters with strong shots landing. Lee dropped his man twice in the second with devastating body shots. The bout looked over but the Berinsfield man fought on to his credit, showing massive heart and courage. The Eastbourne captain took the unanimous decision. Well done to both boxers for their displays.
The experienced Light welterweight Adrianne Phebey was pitched against London Community’s Zaneta Sierpinska. A highly technical bout with both boxers showing excellent movement and punch selection – A real bout for the purist. being a tight bout, we thought Adrianne had done enough, unfortunately dropping the split to the visitor. Credit to both boxers for both performances.
Mark Preston started well using excellent head movement and countering to be caught with a well placed backhand sending him down. Mark beat the count was deemed unfit to continue by the referee. A big learning curve regarding defence with the guard to be action planned but also some positives to take away with the trunk attacks.
Light-welterweight Seb Coleman made his debut in front of his home crowed boxing long and effectively behind his long jab. Controlling the range well, Seb was able to score with the jab repeatedly. As the bout progressed Ryan Burleigh from Sevenoaks got closer and pushed Seb back throwing well to the body but Seb was the overall victor, boxing with the composure beyond that of his experience.
EBC would like to thank all the supporters, boxers, coaches, officials for making this once again even bigger and better than previous shows. They just keep on getting better! Thanks To our club sponsor Matthew Budd from Matthew Budd Carpentry and Building Services with his support and usual dab hand with a torque wrench! Thanks to Colin Dowding and his team at Skateworld for their professionalism as great hosts. Cheers to my old mate Rob Hocking for the lend of the chairs from the ever supportive Causeway school. Thanks to all the members of EBC who helped to set up and put away, some of us were there until 3am! And finally to those EBC board members, Paul Senior, Emma Loch, Zoe Joyce, Donna and John Joyce. You guys do so much behind the scenes that get unnoticed by most. Couldn’t function without you.
Established in July 2014, Eastbourne Boxing Club, is a non-profit organization to offer both fitness and competition opportunities to the residents of Eastbourne. We have a team of experienced coaches who tutor people from 5 years of age upwards. Like our Facebook Fan Page and keep up with the latest updates! ➡
The Senior Head Coach, Adam Haniver, is a full time coach working with 16-18 year old, aspiring elite boxers from all over the south of England at the Advanced Apprenticeships in Sporting Excellence (AASE) boxing academy. He is also a coach with the England National Pathways Squads.
The Juniors Head Coach, Paul Senior is a Deputy Head Teacher for an Academy of Schools in Sussex who has a wealth of experience working with young people.
Both Adam and Paul are coach educators for level one coaches in the southern counties – so you are in good hands here!
Bantamweight Chloe Taylor lands the back hand in her close bout vs Forbers of Oakmead BC.
Eastbourne Boxing Club hosted the Junior development Championships Semi-finals south on Sunday 27th September 2015, with 16 top flight bouts. Entering the ring to pounding music from set up podiums, the best up and coming boxers in the south did not let the crowd down.
The Skateworld venue saw clubs from all over showing what great talent the south of England has. Though there were may stand out performances, St Mary’s karol Itauma was particularly emphatic in his performance. The Middleweight used his southpaw jab to slide himself in to range before unleashing accurate backhands to the target, running out a points winner against the talented and game J.Buckland of Holland Park (Eastern Counties).