The SEA Games medallists won titles at the Myanmar National President’s Cup


The Myanmar National President’s Cup featured in their capital city in Nay Pyi Taw which was the host of the 2013 Southeast Asian Games. The medallists from the recent Southeast Asian Games demonstrated their strength in the national finals.

Altogether 15 women and 42 men boxers competed in the new edition of the Myanmar National President’s Cup in Nay Pyi Taw which saw 17 champions including seven girls. Their President Mr. Kyaw Kyaw Soe and their Vice-President Mr. Aung Naing followed all of the contests in the National President’s Cup.

Myanmar claimed one silver and two bronze medals in the 2022 edition of the Southeast Asian Games in Vietnam one year ago. Their team was stronger in the 2023 Southeast Asian Games with six bronze medals in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

The 2022 Southeast Asian Games bronze medallist Aye Nyein Htoo is an experienced national team member who outpointed Aye Aye Pyae in the final of the women’s light flyweight (50kg).

Mya Moe Thu had to meet with her clubmate, Ei Phyu Thwe in the final of the women’s flyweight (52kg) but she managed to win their meeting in Nay Pyi Taw.

The promising SEA Games bronze medallist Su Myat Noe moved down to the bantamweight (54kg) but she stopped all of her opponents.

Kay Thwe Nyein moved up to the light welterweight (63kg) last year and she earned a bronze at the Southeast Asian Games therefore she was too experienced Ei Ei Htwe in the national final.

Air Force’s Pyae Sone was one of the favourites at the men’s minimumweight (48kg) but he had to abandon his final against the strong Maung Shane.

Zaw Myint Moe is a National Champion and he represented Myanmar in several international competitions, mostly at the bantamweight (54kg). He went down to the flyweight (51kg) and the experienced boxer defeated Thein Tun Zaw of Air Force unanimously.

Saw Bwel Ka Lo was named as the best boxer of the last Myanmar National Boxing Championships and the SEA Games bronze medallist was unstoppable in the President’s Cup as well. The light welterweight (63.5kg) boxer won all of his bouts by Referee Stopped the Contest in the national event.

Another SEA Games bronze medallist, Kyaw Min Oo competed at the welterweight (67kg) this time but he had the routine to beat Myo Win in the final of the President’s Cup.

The list of the winners at the Myanmar National President’s Cup
Women’s 48kg: Thi Thin Khaing
Women’s 50kg: Aye Nyein Htoo
Women’s 52kg: Mya Moe Thu
Women’s 54kg: Su Myat Noe
Women’s 57kg: Htar Htar Nwe
Women’s 60kg: Kim Sian Deih Sang
Women’s 63kg: Kay Thwe Nyein
Men’s 48kg: Maung Shane
Men’s 51kg: Zaw Myint Moe
Men’s 54kg: Khup Lain Twam
Men’s 57kg: La Min Ko Ko
Men’s 60kg: Noke Mhal
Men’s 63.5kg: Saw Bwel Ka Lo
Men’s 67kg: Kyaw Min Oo
Men’s 71kg: Sah Tee Shu
Men’s 75kg: Aung Zin Htike
Men’s 80kg: Ye Min Htut

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