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The England Boxing Women’s Winter Box Cup made its debut in 2018 and was such a success that it was quickly decided that it would be made an annual event.

More than 160 boxers took part in the maiden event from a host of countries including Ireland, Latvia, Holland, New Zealand, Spain and Jersey and, of course, England. Shona Whitwell  won the belt for the competition’s best boxer, while World and European Youth champion Gemma Richardson also took part.

The women and girls-only event – which was the first of its type in the UK when established – is open to Juniors, Youth and Elite boxers across a variety of weights. It aims to help developed the strength in depth of women’s boxing and also act as an inspiration to other women and girls who may wish to get involved in the sport.

Coronavirus update

Please note: The England Boxing Women’s Winter Box Cup 2020 has been scheduled for the weekend of 28th and 29th November 2020 to run in tandem with an England Boxing Schoolgirls Box Cup, the latter having been arranged following the cancellation of the England Boxing National Schools Championships 2020 due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Both competitions are subject to Government COVID-19 restrictions being lifted.

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England Boxing Women’s Winter Box Cup 2019

England Boxing Women’s Winter Box Cup 2018