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Paige Murney is GB’s number one, but knows Caroline Dubois and other rivals are there to challenge her
John Dennen @BoxingNewsJD

Amateur Editor

YOU could forgive Paige Murney an anxious glance over her shoulder. She is currently Britain and England’s leading lightweight but rivals are massing, not least brilliant teenager Caroline Dubois, who has already won the Youth Olympic Games and Youth World championships. “I’ve only sparred with her once or twice to be honest, obviously she’s looking to turn senior next year. All competition is good competition because we make sure that we push each other and you always know that there’s someone coming to try and take your spot. So it just makes you train even harder, make sure you keep improving all the time,” Murney said.

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