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Irish and Ulster medal champions at Immaculata boxing club, with their coaches Frankie Slane, Jimmy McVeigh, Nugget Nugent and Martin Lindsay

Irish and Ulster medal champions at Immaculata boxing club, with their coaches Frankie Slane, Jimmy McVeigh, Nugget Nugent and Martin Lindsay

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Immaculata trio Kevin O'Hara, Paul Baker and Martin Lindsay before flying off to represent Northern Ireland in the Commonwealth Games in Manchester

Immaculata trio Kevin O'Hara, Paul Baker and Martin Lindsay before flying off to represent Northern Ireland in the Commonwealth Games in Manchester

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Irish and Ulster medal champions at Immaculata boxing club, with their coaches Frankie Slane, Jimmy McVeigh, Nugget Nugent and Martin Lindsay

Few clubs have such a rich history within Irish boxing as Immaculata and they could not have chosen a better man to lead them forward than former British featherweight champion Martin Lindsay.

Legendary coach Nugget Nugent continues to be a driving force at the Mac but Lindsay and fellow former Ulster and Irish champion Frankie Slane have been carrying out the main coaching duties and last weekend enjoyed watching their lads land six national titles in the Boy 1 and Boy 2 Championships in Dublin.


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