New belts: Jennifer Irmen

Boxers win in white collar event

Two Salmon Arm boxers each won their bouts by unanimous decision at a white- collar boxing event in Calgary on Oct. 22

Two Salmon Arm boxers  each won their bouts by unanimous decision at a white- collar boxing event in Calgary on Oct. 22.

Both boxers represent the Bulldog Boxing Club. Jennifer Irmen battled in the senior novice 125- pounds division.

This was Irmen’s first boxing match, and she will now focus on earning her coaching certification.

Pam Wocknitz boxed in the senior novice 147-pounds division. Wocknitz is now preparing for the Western Canada Championships.

The event was a fundraiser for breast cancer, and there was standing room only as a total of 24 boxers stepped into the ring for the three, two-minute rounds.

 

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