Talented teen kickboxer left fighting for life after collapsing during national title competition

A schoolboy was left fighting for life in hospital last night after collapsing during a national kickboxing competition .

Scott Marsden, 14, needed urgent medical attention during an English title fight in Leeds on Saturday.

West Yorkshire Police said the incident was not being treated as suspicious.

A force spokesman said: “At 1.20pm on Sunday, police were contacted by medical staff at Leeds General Infirmary reporting a 14-year-old boy who was in a critical condition after collapsing during an organised kickboxing contest at Alexandra Mill, Morley, on Saturday night.

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