Boxing at the 2022 Commonwealth Games: Results from day two - Saturday 30 July

Find out all the results from boxing at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games with a breakdown of the action from Saturday 30 July 2022, here. 

By Olympics.com
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The second day of boxing at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games delivered some standout performances across the divisions.

Team England in particular were on top form as they saw both their boxers competing today go through to their respective next rounds.

Jodie Wilkinson showed tenacity to come from behind after the first round to defeat Nigeria's Bolanle Temitope Shogmabu in the women's light middleweight division and progress to the quarter-finals, while in the men's heavyweight contest Lewis Williams unanimously defeated Pakistan's Nazeer Ullah Khan.

Tokyo 2020 Olympic bronze medallist Lovlina Borgohain from India also secured her passage to women's light middleweight quarter-finals after upping the aggression in the second to comprehensively see off New Zealand's Ariane Nicholson in a unanimous 5-0 victory. She faces Commonwealth Games 2018 silver medallist Rosie Eccles of Wales next.

The only knock out of the day went to Abdul-Afeez Osoba of Nigeria who crushed his Bahamian opponent Carl Leviticus Hield in the men's light middleweight division.

Read on for the full set of results from day two of boxing at Birmingham 2022.

Read: Top things to know about boxing at the 2022 Commonwealth Games

Lovlina Borgohan takes a punch from Ariane Nicholson
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2022 Commonwealth Games: Boxing results day two

Men's featherweight round of 32:

  • George Molwantwa (BOT) won 4-1 on points over Jonathan Kyobe (UGA)

  • Joseph Commey (GHA) won 5-0 on points over Betero Aaree (KIR)

  • Hussam Uddin Mohammed (IND) won 5-0 on points over Amzolele Dyeyi (RSA)

  • Jone Davule (FIJ) won 3-2 on points over Niven Chemben (MRI)

  • Ilyas Hussein (PAK) won on RSC over Moroke Mokhotho (LES)

  • Jude Gallagher (NRI) won 5-0 on points over Zweli Comfort Dlamini (SWZ)

  • Charlie Senior (AUS) won 5-0 on points over Christon Amram (NRU)

  • Keevin Allicock (GUY) won 5-0 on points over Nicholas Okongo Okoth (KEN)

Women's light middleweight round of 16:

  • Clotilde Essiane (CMR) won 5-0 on points overKimberly Gittens (BAR)

  • Jodie Wilkinson (ENG) won 4-1 on points over Bolanle Temitope Shogmabu (NGR)

  • Lovlina Borgohain (IND) won 5-0 over Ariane Nicholson (NZL)

Men's light middleweight round of 32:

  • Arena Pakela (LES) won 4-1 on points over Isaac Zebra Ssenyange (UGA)

  • Abdul-Afeez Osoba (NGR) won on KO over Carl Leviticus Hield (BAH)

  • Merven Clair (MRI) won 5-0 on points over Shain Barnsley Boniface (SEY)

  • Rafail Pafios (CYP) won 5-0 on points over Tawhiri Toheriri-Hallett (COK)

  • Albert Mengue Ayissi (CMR) won 3-2 on points over Stephen Newns (SCO)

Men's heavyweight round of 16

  • Lewis Williams (ENG) won 5-0 on points over Nazeer Ullah Khan (PAK)

  • Ato Leau Plodzicki-Faoagali (SAM) won 3-2 on points over Sanjeet Sanjeet (IND)

How to watch boxing at 2022 Commonwealth Games

UK: BBC TV, Radio, iPlayer

Canada: CBC Sports, CBC Sports app

Australia: Channel 7, 7Plus

New Zealand: Sky, TVNZ

India: Sony LIV

Further streaming details can be found on the Commonwealth Games website.

For all the latest from the 2022 Commonwealth Games check out our liveblog here.

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