8th August, 2015: Camaray, Australia: Super Middle: Faris Chevalier (9-1) W PTS 10 Tej Pratap Singh (4-1-1). Light Heavy: Kerry Foley (16-2-1) W TKO 4 Joel Casey (16-15-3). Super Middle: Jake Carr (11-0) W TKO 4 Togas Leota (16-17-1).
Faris Chevalier vs Tej Pratap Singh
Brisbane-based Frenchman Chevalier wins the vacant Australian title with unanimous decision over Singh. Scores 100-90, 99-91 and 97-93. This was the first ten round fight for the ANBF No 5. Singh had been No 10 with the ANBF.
Kerry Foley vs Joel Casey
Foley retains the Australian title with knockout of veteran Casey. Foley had the fight well in hand and floored Casey twice in the fourth round. The second knockdown was spectacular leaving Casey spread-eagled on the canvas out cold. Foley, 27, making the first defence of his title now has 13 wins by KO/TKO. He had beaten Casey on points way back in 2007 but no judges were needed for this one. Southpaw Casey, 31, suffers his fifth loss in a row.
Jake Carr vs Togas Leota
Carr gets win inside the distance as he halts Leota in the sixth. The ANBF No 2 was in charge from the start although Leota gave his usually gutsy display. It ended in the sixth when a left hook to the body from Carr put Leota down and the fight was stopped. Carr, 24, now has 4 wins by KO/TKO and is yet another good Australian prospect. Samoa Leota, 32, has a poor record but always come to fight and occasionally scores an upset.