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Synonyms for outpoint

sail closer to the wind than

score more points than one's opponents

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There was a terrific turnout at Cardiff's House of Sport last weekend for the Welsh Amateur Championships and Splott's Nathan Thorley will also be hoping to book a ticket to Glasgow after outpointing Prizefighter's Sharif Mohamed at 81kg.
Kumar might struggle in his semi-final against Cuba's Emilio Correa, who advanced by outpointing Uzbek Elshod Rasulov 9-7.
He needed only 63 minutes to win 5-0, outpointing Drago 463-73.
Schwer never lost a round in outpointing Senegal's French-based Jose Gomis on the York Hall bill, despite being physically drained from the flu.
Bunny, who lost his first three pro fights, made his inaugural appearance at the venue in 1968, outpointing Jamaican Larry Brown.
Sean Cairns made a successful start to his paid career, outpointing Anwar Alfadli, also over four rounds.
Manny Pacquiao arrived in Manila early Tuesday morning two days after easily outpointing Jessie Vargas in his return fight at Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas.
Aston's former Midlands welterweight champ Karl Wiggins began the rebuilding process by outpointing Lewis Van Poetsch over four.
Cooke reached the semi-finals at 60kgs last season - and is through to the pre-quarter finals again after outpointing Naz Rafiq (Queensberry Police) at St Anne's Church Centre.
DERECK CHISORA wants to fight Russian Alexander Povetkin next after outpointing American Kevin Johnson.
Newcastle's unbeaten Mark Clauzel picked up his fifth pro win by narrowly outpointing Manchester-based Pole Tomasz Mazurkiewicz in a six-threes.
The 26-year-old Abercarn welterweight took his winning run to seven by outpointing Bristol-based Turk Rocky Chakir at St David's Hall last weekend and promptly demanded the chance to pick up a belt.
RAY HOOD ABC had a worthy winner on the Keighley show, with Gary Bowes outpointing C Rowe (Star ABC).
IRAQ'S only boxer at the Games, light fly-weight Najah Ali, won his first contest last night by outpointing Hyok Ju Kwak by 21 points to seven.
Graham Earl regained the British lightweight title by outpointing former champion Bobby Vanzie.