Press Association The Bray 28-year-old cruised past Dominica’s Valerian Spicer by unanimous decision to book her place in the next round of the 60kg competition. Taylor’s Ireland team-mate Michaela Walsh also got off to a good start with a unanimous win over Sarah Joy Rae of Jamaica at 54kg. Katie Taylor made a successful start in her quest for a fifth consecutive women’s boxing world title in Jeju City, South Korea on Wednesday. Walsh, who pushed Nicola Adams close in the Commonwealth Games final earlier this year, is making her World Championship debut. England’s Chantelle Cameron went out to Russia’s Sofya Ochigava – who had been beaten by Taylor in the Olympic final in 2012.