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BOXING UPDATE FROM MELBOURNE GAMES 21 March 2006

After 2 preliminary rounds it was a case of mixed fortunes for Dermot and TJ Hamill.

Both the lads won their opening fights, however Dermot was beaten narrowly in his second fight, and TJ managed another convincing win to set up a tough quarter-final against Englishman Neil Perkins the gold-medal favourite in the Welterweight division.


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Results

Light Welterweight
  • 18MAR: Dermot Hamill (Northern Ireland) beat Hashim Petro (Tanzania) pts 16-3

  • 19MAR: Jamie Crees (Wales) bt Dermot Hamill (Northern Ireland) pts 22-21


  • Welterweight
  • 18MAR: Thomas Hamill (Northern Ireland) beat Ellis Chibuye (Zambia) pts 26-24

  • 19MAR: Thomas Hamill (Northern Ireland) bt Absolom Okinyi Okoth (Kenya) rsf rnd 3

  • 22MAR: Neil Perkins (England) beat Thomas Joseph Hamill (Northern Ireland) pts 36-19.



  • TJ will be in action again tomorrow Wed 22 March (22:10 Oz time) and we wish him the best of luck in the 1/4 Final.

    UPDATE

    TJ lost out in his bid for at least a bronze medal this morning.

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