RAYNE Boxing Club's Hannah Mortier returned with golden glory from Sweden after competing in the world's largest independent all-girl boxing competition - the Golden Girls Box Cup.

Mortier had to box two opponents from the home country in order to reach the final.

The Rayne boxer successfully took her opening bout with a points win over a more experienced Swedish opponent that enabled her to progress into the semi-finals.

That second bout saw Mortier race to the centre of the ring and quickly establishe her powerful jab as she forced her opponent on to the ropes, before quickly mounting an relentless attack to the body.

Her tactics forced the referee to stop the contest as Mortier was awarded the win by a first-round technical knockout.

The following day saw her enter the ring for the third and final time as she boxed for the gold medal.

Mortier showed great maturity in the final, boxing behind her jab and timing her attacks to the head and body as her fleet-footed Danish opponent looked to land single shots.

The Rayne girl pressed the action from the opening bell, catching the judges' eye with her heavy blows to the body and after three hard-fought rounds, she was awarded the win via a points decision.

Mortier was accompanied to Sweden by Sudbury Boxing Club's Ruby East, who, like her Rayne counterpart, also brought back a gold medal after a points win in her final against an opponent from Finland.

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