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Welsh boxers have already enjoyed success in this new format with Joe Cordina and Commonwealth Games gold medallist Sean McGoldrick part of the Lionhearts squad who made a winning start to the tournament.
Olympic silver medallist Fred Evans, fellow European champion Andrew Selby, Commonwealth Games gold medallist Sean McGoldrick and the talented Joe Cordina are all part of a Lionhearts squad prepared by performance director Rob McCracken.
Cramlington Rockets' Fraser Boldy (fifth from left) makes his debut for England Colleges Lionhearts in their rugby league clash with Scotland
Lightweight Cordina also represented the Lionhearts in the 2012-13 season, where he defeated Eric Fowler of the USA knockouts on his debut but lost a points decision to Artur Bril in an away fixture against the German Eagles.
There are three other Welsh boxers in the Lionhearts squad of 17 with Andrew Selby, Sean McGoldrick and Joe Cordina all set to feature during the summer, while Olympic silver medallist Fred Evans is involved with the Italia Thunder.
Further points defeats for Lionhearts fighters Kaupo Arro, Babacar Kamara and Uaine Fa sealed defeat against a strong Mexican line-up.
Ward's win made it 3-0 to the Lionhearts following victories for England's Joe Joyce and Wales' Andrew Selby over the WSB defending champions.
A Lionhearts program on the social hub Peer will provide an additional channel for participants and fans to share the initiative across 20 social networking platforms, as they earn rewards for doing so.
Luke was pulled from the Finland GB competition to make his debut for the Lionhearts against Morocco at the York Hall tonight.
The Salisbury ABC boxer was awarded a number of 10-8 rounds by the judges as he delivered an outstanding performance to secure a unanimous victory for the British Lionhearts.
THE British Lionhearts could not quite pull it off - but the World Series of Boxing still proved a resounding success on these shores.
OLYMPIAN Andrew Selby maintained his unbeaten record and his status as the leading flyweight in the World Series of Boxing by helping the GB Lionhearts to an emphatic 4-1 win over Mexico City Guerreros in the first leg of their WSB quarter-final at Bethnal Green.
Selby and Olympic silver medallist Fred Evans are the two Welsh boxers in the new British Lionhearts squad who will face Italia Thunder in Newport on Friday night.
The absence of a trio of key men - back Marc Hirst, half-back Adam Browne and loose- forward Gary Keegan were on on duty for England Lionhearts - proved too big a handicap for the side from the Holme Valley.
SVEN Goran Eriksson last night called on his young lionhearts to show "fire on the pitch" tomorrow.