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Kickboxer Liz Earp of Lesmurdie is an inspiration to other fighters, says her coach Bruce Macfie.

Liz Earp shows her kicking style

KICKBOXER Liz Earp of Lesmurdie competed Sunday, December 4 at the WA Thai Boxing’s Ignition Muay Thai, which included WMC super middleweight Australian title and MTA super lightweight state title bouts.

Earp from Kalamunda Kickboxing & Martial Arts, who fights in the super feather weight (59kg to 61kg), won her bout by split decision.

In November Earp won her bout at the Ray Owen Recreation Centre against a more experienced opponent with seven bouts under her belt compared with Earp’s two bouts at that stage.

The mother of two, who runs a pool shop with her husband Brad, first started at the gym in January 2012, at the age of 38 and had her first fight in July this year.

Her coach Bruce Macfie said she was an inspiration to all the fighters at Kalamunda and she was the heart and sole of the group.

“She puts in 100 per cent in every session and it shows in her bouts,’’ he said.

About Anita

Anita Mcinnes received a highly commended in the 2009 WA Media Awards suburban section for her reporting. Two of her sons were born at Swan District Hospital and for many years she was a partner in a small business, which operated in the Gingin-Muchea-Bullsbrook area. As a mature age student Anita studied journalism at Curtin University before working in Busselton, Dunsborough and Rockingham with West Regionals. She says the best part of her job is meeting eastern suburb residents and visiting the many attractions in the area.

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