This year’s Jamal Cup competition was completed on Saturday night at Nairobi’s Charter Hall with many of the country’s most famous Hit Squad boxers registering victories in their respective divisions.
KDF’s Abednego Kyalo emerged the winner of the 48kg underweight division, after defeating Abdala Charo of Mombasa, a referee forced to stop the fight, while Christine Ongare of Police defeated Christine Aluoch of Siaya through a referee to stop the fight.
In the Fly 51 kg Fly David Karanja of Police emerged the winner beating Mohammed Hussein from Kibra, while Ann Wanjiru of Kongowea knocked out Lencer Akinyi of Nairobi in a light fly.
BFK President hands over the trophy to Police Captain Elly Ajowi
Shaffi Bakari from Police was crowned Bantam weightlifter beating Mwinyi Kombo from Kongowea, while Amina Martha of Kibra slammed Alice Waiyego of Nairobi for women.
Nairobi’s Beatrice Akoth registered a victory over Angela Otieno by Feather and Martin Oduor from the Police, surpassed KDF’s Samuel Njau for men.
At Light Welter, Teresia Wanjiru of Prisons beat Beatrice Akinyi of Kajiado, while Victor Odhiambo of KDF outscored Fred Onyango from Nairobi while Nick Commander Okoth knocked out John Mwanzia of Githurai 44 in a 60 kg lter welter, then Victor Odhiambo of KDF weighed Fred Onyango from Nairobi at Welter weighing 63 kg at 5 points.
Welter weighing 67 kg Joseph Shigali from Police beat Remmy Thiongo of Muaranga, while Everlyne Akinyi of Kisumu won the side by beating Beverly Achieng of Thika.
Police ‘Boniface Mogunde beat Nairobi’s Steve Ochieng at Light Middle with Edwin Okongo winning the referee’s halt against the 75-kilogram middleweight Chris Hongo of Kibra and Kentrack’s Elizabeth Akinyi beating Nairobi’s Lorna Kusa at the weight. for fools.
At Light Heavy 80 kg George Cosby Ouma of Police was beaten by Francis Denga of the Kentrack team.
Humprey Ochieng from Police beat KDF Heavyweight Cruiser Hezron Maganga and Joshua Wasike of Police defeated David Njuguna by a referee to stop the heavyweight division at 92 Heavyweight, while Media Muhatia of Kisumu secured victory over Metrine Sagina of Vihiga heavyweight division 81 kg.
Elly Ajowi won a super heavyweight division over 91 kg beating Brayan Omondi of Kentrack.
The Kenya Police team won the overall title with 25 points, followed by the Kenya Defense Forcess (KDF) with 19 points, while Kibra Olympic took third place with 9 points.
The 4-day tournament was organized by the president of the boxing federation in Athony Ombok Jamal and will travel to Kisumu between December 8-11 this year for the second time.