May in a Nutshell

By June 10, 2019Boxing Academy

27th May

St Paul’s Stars Shine Bright!

Dedication delivers. That’s the message for the coaching team of St Pauls Boxing Academy as the gym keeps producing champion after champion. We have just witnessed a brilliant weekend of boxing by our National champions. 

Our senior star Harvey Lambert secured gold in his 100th contest after which he was crowned Elite Tri Nations Champion. Ted Jackson and Madi Gittins were on England squad duty developing to achieve international success.  

St Paul’s Academy has produced more than a 100 National Champions, plus hundreds of regional and international success culminating in Luke Campbell’s Olympic Gold. 

The Academy currently has around 450 members and as well as producing sporting success, our ethics are to develop successful futures for all.

26th May

Gold for Harvey!

Gold for St Paul’s Boxing Academy star Harvey Lambert in the Tri Nations Elite Championships securing a class unanimous point’s win in today’s final

Head Coach, Mike Bromby said Harvey is a great talent & role model for the Academy and his community.”

25th May

Harvey into Semi Finals

St Paul’s Boxing Academy star Harvey Lambert through to the Tri Nations Elite Championship finals with a class unanimous win over Scotland’s Sam Hickey. 

The final is tomorrow. All from St Paul’s wish Harvey all the best for tomorrow.

24th May

Harvey Prepares

There was a great write up in the Boxing News for Hull’s own Harvey Lambert today letting the public know that he is representing England in the Three Nations Elite Championships this weekend.

Coach Mike Bromby said, “Harvey is firmly following in the footsteps of former club mates Luke Campbell, Samir Mouneimne and Tommy Coyle on his path to stardom. He is a truly dedicated young man who deserves our full support and recognition.”

17th May

On the Road to Carlisle

It was a long journey to travel for two of our boxers, coaches and family members tonight as they took on boxers in Carlisle, Cumbria. It was a successful evening as both Joe and Shane came home as victors.

St Paul’s Parent Representative and proud parent of Shane, Emma said “A massive well done to Shane and Joe tonight both gave fantastic performances in the ring giving their all. Both boys came away winners showing that all the hard work they put in really pays off. 

I want to thank coaches Lynden and Darren for cornering both boys and also a big thank you to Cal Devine for going and showing his support.

I also want to say thanks to all the other St Paul’s coaches without all your time and effort you put in none of this is possible. 

So now it’s on to the next and we go again”.

12th May

National Quarter Finals

Unfortunately we didn’t get a win today, but all four boxers performed superb and should be proud of their achievements.

Coach Lynden said. “As a club getting four to the quarter finals is a brilliant achievement in itself, but now it’s all about learning and building those foundations for the future, it’s all work in progress. Well done to all involved”.

11th May

What a Great Night

A special thanks to all involved in last night’s boxing spectacular here at St Paul’s Boxing Academy. His was the final home show of what has been a very busy and successful season for all our boxers and their families. 

All boxers, coaches, back room staff, officials, families and supporters made it 1 Hull of a night. 

So many future stars on display following in the footsteps of our boxing icons Luke Campbell, Tommy Coyle, and Samir Mouneimne and Hulls many former champions.

St Paul’s Boxing Academy’s Lynden Ecuver, Vadim Zavackas, Charlie Leason, Shane Smith, Cory Palmer, Madi Gittins, and Ted Jackson, all produced brilliant performances against some of England’s best opposition.

Thanks to Track Fitness Boxing Club, Almond Boxing Academy, City of Hull A.B.C, Laisterdyke A.B.C, Norwich City A.B.C, Attleborough  A.B.C, Bridlington CYP, Bracebridge Boxing, and Scarborough A.B.C for bringing your elite stars.

We also want to acknowledge the England Boxing officials who without them boxing would not happen.

The show was well attended by many loyal supporters who follow our young charges paths to success.

Mike Bromby went on to thank the St Paul’s Boxing Academy coaching and support team who day in day out spend their valuable time developing the futures life skills and sporting prowess of all who come through the doors of this great academy.

St Paul’s is proud to say we are all in this sport for the benefit of our members both young and not so young.

10th May


Tomorrow is “Fight Night” at our St Paul’s Boxing Academy – The home of our star Luke Campbell.

Doors open 7pm
Boxing begins 8pm, with bar/refreshments available.
Admission on the door- Adults £10.
Senior citizens and u16s £5.

This evening surely is going to be 1 Hull of a Night

Venue- St Paul’s Boxing Academy.
North church side.
Market Place,

Parking is available across from the Hull Minster in the 24 hour car park.

Please come on down to support your stars and enjoy boxing at its best

8th May

Practice Makes Perfect

A great sparring session was arranged for our stars Harvey Lambert and Ted Jackson with Great Britain’s elite.

Harvey is preparing for his Tri Nations Championships and Ted for his forthcoming bout on our show this Saturday at the St Paul’s Boxing Academy. 

Preparation prevails.

7th May

Preparing for the National Quarter Finals

During a busy night of sparring in preparation for this weekend’s National Quarter Finals in Bridlington our very own finalists showed how their dedication. Thanks to Hull Boxing Centre for participating in this group sparring session. Good luck to everyone for this coming Sunday.

4th May

Star in the Making

Tonight we witnessed a great performance from our own Bailey Miller against National champion Jack Marshall. 

Coach Lynden said, “It was an exciting contest and although he dropped a split decision, Bailey’s performance proved St Paul’s Boxing Academy has another national star in the making”.

3rd May

Yorkshire Finals

In an enthralling bout tonight our own up and coming star, Joe Young lost on points in the Yorkshire final. Coach Lynden said, “There are no excuses for tonight’s loss, Joe gave his all as usual but he came up against a formidable opponent. He will be back and we are very proud of his achievements this season”.

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