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West Yorkshire Police have this morning confirmed that a teenage boy remains in a critical condition in hospital after collapsing during a national kickboxing competition in Leeds.
They say the incident is not being treated as suspicious.
The boy's club, Marsden's All Styles Kickboxing in Sheffield, has cancelled all training until further notice .
Lincoln City are due to get their second chance at reaching a Wembley final when they play York City tonight.
The Imps will take to the field for the game in what will be their first appearance since their FA Cup quarter final defeat to Arsenal on Saturday.
Danny Cowley's men will take on York at Bootham Crescent in the FA Trophy semi final first leg later.
The manager actually visited Wembley after the Arsenal game and hopes it will inspire his team to overcome the Minstermen.
A 14-year-old boy is in a critical condition in hospital after collapsing during a national kickboxing competition.
The teenager needed urgent medical attention during an English title fight in Leeds on Saturday.
He is believed to be a member of Marsden's All Styles Kickboxing in Sheffield.
The club posted a statement on Facebook on Sunday, which said training was cancelled until further notice.
Everyone is still in shock as there were simply no signs to suggest the fight needed to be stopped.
The referee stepped in to protect Scott as soon as he could, which meant Scott did not hit the canvas and was laid down and straight into recovery position.
Scott was then taken to hospital to undergo tests and scans, where he is stable but not out of the woods.
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.
The family of the boy are at the hospital and have been spoken to by officers.
Inquiries are being carried out into the circumstances.
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