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Top Ten from 1st May 2020

For a while I have listed some times on the timetable as reserved for Top Ten students but have yet to implement this program. I have decided to open up applications but on for those who have been on the Black Shirt Program (or Competitors) for a minimum of six months. The Top Ten program […]

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Changes to timetable to come into effect from May 1st 2020.

Some of these classes may start unofficially before 1st May but definitely are on the timetable for May 1st. The following are either new classes or changes to existing classes and also changes in eligibility to classes. For a while now I have wrestled with how to give more to longer term students and am […]

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Changes to classes from February 1st 2020

As our kids and youth program have developed I have found it to be beneficial to split up the ages even further and because it is difficult for a 6 year old to be in a class with a 11 or 12 year old , therefore I am no longer letting the under 8’s go […]

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Kaizen – little steps 2020

Kaizen a Japanese word literally meaning “little steps” is an oft used concept now used in industry meaning small ongoing constant improvements. This year marks 23 years at this location and 20 years of Joe’s boxing as a brand has been in existence, although some form of boxing or kickboxing program under my tutelage has […]

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After the Count

The death of Davey Brown in 2015 had far reaching effects on Boxing as a sport both amateur and professional. Steph Convery has written the book about it and it will be on sale in March 2020. Steph got her black shirt here in 2018 and is still a current member.

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Free Holiday in the Bush ?

I will be spending some of the holidays at Rylstone setting up for the arrival of the container that will be used primarily to store goods and furniture to then transport and give to Indigenous Communities further west. I also have other building projects , track development and old cars “bush bashers” to fix up […]

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Good luck Nadine

Best wishes to former student Nadine Apetz (2011-2012) in her quest to qualify for 2020 Tokyo Olympics for Germany.

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Gifts for Indigenous communities in and around Bourke NSW

December 8th 2019 I loaded up my truck and trailer with clothes, sporting goods and furniture to give away to the indigenous folks in Bourke in conjunction with my tenant the nulla nulla land council who administer the poorest housing needs in that area. the waste in Sydney could be so welcomed in areas like […]

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