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Julie Gaston Retains Australian Women's Title
by Aus-Boxing.com
October 28, 2011

     
   
   
   
   

(OCT 28) In what was meant to be an off telecast bout, Julie Gaston returning from knee surgery retained her Australian Women's Bantamweight title with a tough 8 round split decision win over Sarah George.

The fight was a rematch from 2010 when Gaston claimed the Queensland Women's Bantamweight title over George.

Gaston looked in control in the opening round before the fight started to open up in round 2 with George happy to box on the inside while the current champion, Julie Gaston was trying to shake up her opponent on the inside.

Gaston opened the 3rd round with a big right hand before throwing her punches freely in round 4 troubling George.

Both girls were looking fatigued in round 6 after the early round were fought at such a high intensity. Both fighters were cut displaying claret but continued to give their all continually throwing their punches.

A massive head clash 30 seconds into the final round opened a bad cut over the eye of the challenger, Sarah George which was spilling blood. The doctor judged it was ok to continue and was declared an accidental head clash. Time was called again with 25 seconds left but the ref and doctor both agreed to let it continue due to the little time left. Both went toe to toe to the end with the judges scoring it (77-76, 75-77, 77-75).

 
     
     
   
 
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