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Taylor wins but Cacace bows out
By Bernard O'Neill
June 11, 2008

     
   
   
   
   
(JUNE 11)  Katie Taylor, the reigning World and European lightweight champion, progressed to the quarter finals of the Ahmet Comert Cup following a convincing win over reigning European light welterweight champion Lucie Bertaud in Turkey this afternoon.

Taylor, who has moved up to light welterweight for this tournament exclusively, stopped her French opponent on the 15 point rule (19-4) in round two in Istanbul.

The Bray woman, ranked number one in the World and Europe at lightweight (60Kg) for the last sixteen months, will now meet World 63Kg silver medallist Klara Svenson of Sweden in tomorrows quarter finals.

Meanwhile, Anthony Cacace, of the Oliver Plunkett club in Belfast, was today agonisingly edged out by one point in the preliminary rounds of the men's Ahmet Comert Cup by Turkish lightweight Ervel Kesen.

Darren O'Neill, of the Paulstown club in Kilkenny, and the Ulster pair of Ryan Lindberg and Carl Frampton will be in the ring for their first bouts of the tournament tomorrow.

Ahmet Comert Cup Women's Results June 10th
63Kg: Katie Taylor (Ireland) beat Lucie Bertaud (France (RSCO2)

Ahmet Comert Cup Men's Results June 10th
69kg: Anthony Cacace (Ireland) lost to Ervel Kesen (Turkey) 9-10

June 11th Women's Quarter Final Draw
63Kg: Katie Taylor (Ireland) v Klara Svenson (Sweden)

June 11th Men's Draw
54Kg: Ryan Lindberg (Ireland) v TBA
57Kg: Carl Frampton (Ireland) v TBA
75Kg: Darren O'Neill (Ireland) v TBA

Irish squad by club and management

63Kg: Katie Taylor (Bray BC)
54Kg: Ryan Lindberg (Immaculata, Belfast)
57Kg: Carl Frampton (Midland White City, Belfast)
60Kg: Anthony Cacace (Holy Trinity, Belfast)
75Kg: Darren O'Neill (Paulstown, Kilkenny)

Team Leader: Billy McKee (Midland White City)
Coaches: Peter Taylor (Bray) Pat Ryan (Portlaoise) James Halpin (St Saviours OBA Dublin)
R&J: Larry Durand (Saviours/Crystal Waterford)
Physiotherapist: Conor McCarthy.
 
     
     
   
 
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