Nov 29, 4 years ago

89th ABA Boxing Championship 2014

89th ABA  Boxing Championship  2014

Organized by the ABA for the 89th consecutive year, the National Championships will commence on the 9th December at 4.00pm, continuing for five days from 9th to 13th December 2014 at the Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium Colombo. The combat this year will comprise of tri forces, Police, affiliated clubs of MAS and schools clubs.

The meet is open to all male & female boxers over 18 years, with an upper age limit of 40. Only those boxers who have already qualified to take part in major meets before or Winners/Runners up at the ABA Novices, Intermediates, Stubbs Shield and winners of Junior Nationals are qualified to take part in this meet.

The General weigh-in preceded by the medical examination for the male and female boxers will be held on 8th December 2013 between 8.00 am – 10.00 am at the Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium. The draw will commence at 10.00am on the same day at the Sugathadasa hotel.

The most successful boxer from of last year’s Malith Prabashwara from Slimline will grace the tournament this year. Prabashwara, on the Tri Nation Boxing Tournament held this November in Slimline Boxing Ring will be a strong contending boxer for Light Fly Weigh class this year. KALU Shashikala of Air Force also last year’s women best boxer will also take part this year with the great ambition of stealing the trophy for women this year as the previous.

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