Mohammad A Abdullah
HEAD COACH & CLUB WELFARE OFFICER
I am responsible and involved with all 'behind the scenes' operations, funding bids, development, training courses etc.
I will strive to keep up this club's image and reputation of being a fantastic place, boasting talent and diversity.
- Planning squad training sessions
- One to one sessions/private group bookings
- Administration duties
Feel free to ask me any questions, I will do my best to answer,
If I don't know the answer I will try and find someone who does!
Please get in touch and let us know - we are always open to suggestions
CLUB WELFARE ISSUES?
SENIOR COACH - ABA COACH
I am an England Boxing Coach & Level 2 Gym Instructor
I have been coaching in the sport of Amateur Boxing since 2005 - As a local resident I can see the positive impact this club has on the young people in the area; This is the ultimate reason I am a part of it. It's not about glamour and success - its about giving local people positive and constructive activity; that is what this club is all about.
A former boxer, fitness enthusiast and great believer in the young people as the leaders of tomorrow.
I will support the development of every member of our club, supporting growth and participation.
I am easy going and an open minded person - I deliver fun and effective training sessions as well as one to one sessions and private group sessions
Make sure you support this local club by:
- Attending Training Sessions
- Attending Our Events & Our Boxing Shows
- Spreading The Message About This Knock Out Club!
CLUB WELFARE OFFICER & VOLUNTEER
More Details Coming Soon (In Training)
FOUNDER OF WINDMILL ABC
Bill Lawrence founded the club over 20 years ago.
As a Senior England Boxing Coach, having boxed himself representing the British Forces (Army).
Originally qualified as an assistant coach in November 1982
Coached at St Philips boxing club from 1983 - 1987
Completed his full coaching badge in May 1987
Founded the Windmill Amateur boxing club in 1988
Bill has provided nothing less than excellent services for the sport of Amateur Boxing throughout the years. Bill Sadly passed away in March 2015 - we will miss him but always remember the positive impact he provided for the local and wider communities.
March 1925- March 2015