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Saint Lucians Ready For Guadeloupe Boxing Event


A four member delegation has been invited to represent Saint Lucia at the “Hibiscus Boxing Invitational Extravaganza”, set for 2nd December, 2023 in Guadeloupe.

The team will be led by National head Coach Conrad Fredericks and are as follows;

  1. Kyghan Mortley (75kg Middleweight)
  2. Mc Caffie Matthew (60kg Lightweight)
  3. Kyle Marcel (75kg Middleweight Junior)

Their participation forms part of a Strategic Development Plan for Boxing on Saint Lucia, which has as a focus securing more ring-time and quality fights for national boxers.

This also further strengthens the relational and boxing collaboration between Saint Lucia and Guadeloupe.

The team departs Saint Lucia on December 1 and returns on December 3, 2023.

Saint Lucians and boxing lovers in Guadeloupe can support them at their fights on Saturday December 2, at “GYMNASE de Dothemare, derriere le stade” in the city of Abymes.

The Saint Lucia Boxing Association wishes the boxers and coach the best as they embark on this mission.

SOURCE: Saint Lucia Boxing Association

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