• Dream gold for Cawley

    OLDHAM’S Will Cawley returned from Warsaw, Poland, with a dream gold medal after making his Great Britain team debut at the prestigious Feliks Stamm memorial tournament. Holts-based Cawley (19) – already a member of Team GB’S ‘Podium Potential’ squad – beat Israeli tough guy David Alavereian in a thrilling 52kg category final after shaking off

  • Fight fans enthralled by show as pugilists pull no punches

    FIGHT fans of all ages were treated to a night of top class action as Oldham Boxing and Personal Development Centre staged its latest amateur boxing show at the state-of-the-art Oldham Leisure Centre. After the success of previous shows, the fighters had a lot to live up to, but they delivered some entertaining bouts in

  • Cawley vows to realise potential

    OLDHAM’S England Boxing Elite champion Will Cawley has been selected for GB Boxing’s funded Podium Potential squad, meaning the country’s top coaches clearly feel the 18-year-old is capable of securing future Olympic glory. Cawley, who trains at the Oldham Boxing gym under the tutelage of Eric Noi, received confirmation by letter and will meet up

  • Muhammad Ali: 1942-2016

    We all knew this day had to come, but there was no way boxing could ever be ready for it. Muhammad Ali without question the biggest, most significant figure to ever emerge from the world of pugilism and arguably in Modern history, has died. He was 74-years-old. Words can never do the career and accomplishments

  • Wright, Cawley are the kings of Oldham

    OLDHAM has two new national champions after Danny Wright and Will Cawley both struck glorious gold at the England Boxing Elite Championship finals at Liverpool’s Echo Arena. Both Wright (20) and Cawley (18) were in blistering form as they battled through three bouts each over the weekend to secure their well-earned titles. For Wright, securing