Boxing is a Legacy activity with a rich history at PCYC NSW, dating back to 1937.
As people come from near and far, one of the many stories will be them sharing about how they used to come to PCYC and participate in a Boxing Program. Some of those original clubs like City of Sydney, Blacktown, Balmain, and Glebe brings back memories for our members.
As we adjust to the new landscape of Post Covid-19 our approach to the boxing programs that we offer ensures that we are 100% safe and meet all of the current rules and regulations.
The Boxing programs we offer include:

Junior Boxing – Primary School ages from 5-12 years old. Focus on Boxing Fundamentals, Fitness, Footwork and lots of fun!

Boxing Group Fitness – Designed for all levels and ages to engage in group boxing fitness for enjoyment.

Boxing Open Class – All levels and ages to engage in the more serious boxing fundamentals with the motivation to move into the Advanced Boxing Classes. These classes are specifically designed to provide a pathway into Amateur Boxing.

Boxing Open Advanced Class – Not for the faint hearted! These classes are for the serious individuals that are existing Amateur Boxers and or future Amateur Boxers. Those suitable would be at an Elite Level / striving towards being at an Elite Level.

Women's Only Boxing Classes – These classes are designed to engage and encourage more women attending boxing without the stress of wondering if they are in the right place. We create a friendly environment to get you up to speed and move into the streamline classes that are available at Clubs.

Amateur Boxing Classes – These classes are designed for Amateur Boxers only. Normally individuals would attend the Advanced Class with the intent to transition into this class. The Head Coach will make a decision if you are suitable to attend this class.

These pathways are also supported by Boxing Tournaments that PCYC run in the NSW area. We have two experienced state-wide coordinators - Isa Aiono and Joel Keegan - who promote and match-make our Boxing Events.

For those PCYC Amateur Boxers that excel, we support growth to greatness, and offer pathways are via Boxing NSW, representing at a state level, and potentially competing for Australia! Boxing Australia provides Elite Training Camps at the AIS Campus in Canberra.
*All PCYC Trainers, Boxers and Clubs must register and affiliate annually in order to compete on any PCYC Boxing show. 


Not all individuals will excel in boxing and compete at a State or National Level. However, there are plenty of opportunities to stay connected to boxing:

  • Boxing NSW Courses – Coaching, and Officials  
  • Boxing NSW Elite – Boxing Development Camps  
  • Boxing Australia – Boxing Development Camps  
  • Assisting as Volunteer at your Club with Boxing  
  • Becoming a Volunteer Coach;  
  • Volunteering at PCYC Amateur Boxing Tournaments  
  • Volunteering at PCYC Sparring and Boxing Development days  
  • Becoming a Junior Boxing Coach  
  • Working Towards Coaching at an Elite Level  
  • Becoming a qualified Strength and Conditioning Coach  

To discuss getting involved with PCYC Boxing in any of the above roles, please contact our State Boxing Manager, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Anja Stridsman and Kaye Scott
Anja Stridsman and Kaye Scott have been recent successes in their own rights. They were on the journey for the Olympic qualifiers in Paris 2020 prior to Covid-19 putting a damper on that mission. Last year at the Nationals in Melbourne they both achieved Gold which put them in the position to compete for a spot in the Olympics. They are both training extremely hard to stay on track so that they are ready to complete that task as soon as the boarders open.

Head Coach Rodney Williams - PCYC Blacktown
Rodney has extensive experience with developing Amateur and Professional boxers. He runs Open, Advanced and Amateur classes – Monday to Friday. Rodney has had success with Lucas Browne – WBC World Heavyweight Champ, Koen Mazoudier – King of the Ring Champion and Boxing NSW representative, Manuer Matet – King of the Ring Champion and Boxing NSW representative just to name a few. Rodney has the great support from Assistant Coach Dean Mazoudier and Club Manager Jojo Tau

Head Coach Aaron Ballie - PCYC Campbelltown
Has formerly represented Ireland and has achieved success with developing his talented boxers at Campbelltown. Aaron has a wealth of experience and runs open and advanced classes during the week. Aaron is greatly supported by Club Manager Alese Keane.

Head Coach & State Boxing Manager Isa Aiono
Isa is currently the NSW State Boxing Manager and has been Head Coach at PCYC Fairfield-Cabramatta. Her strength is adapting to challenges and paving a way. From zero participants to 90+ new members within 6 weeks in PCYC Fairfield-Cabramatta, and building new Boxing programs from the ground up in various locations across the State, is a testament to Isa's talent, and her commitment, passion and energy make her the figure at the heart of the PCYC Boxing brand. Awarded for her outstanding contribution to PCYC in 2021.

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