Gallery: Easter bonanza for North Herts ABC
There was an Easter boxing bonanza for North Herts ABC. The club held another open boxing show in Hitchin at the Remix nightclub in Hermitage Road on Easter Sunday afternoon. Just one of the six North Herts ABC fighters in action was a winner. Gaurav Saro
There was an Easter boxing bonanza for North Herts ABC.
The club held another open boxing show in Hitchin at the Remix nightclub in Hermitage Road on Easter Sunday afternoon.
Just one of the six North Herts ABC fighters in action was a winner.
Gaurav Saroye lost a unanimous points decision to T Nejat (Waltham Forest).
Lawrence Watkiss lost a majority points verdict versus Tom Murray (MK Victors).
But George Luis took a majority points win against George Parsons (Kingfisher).
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Sean Crosby lost on a unanimous points decision against Glenn Leith (Waltham Forest).
Luke Escandell was forced to retire in the second round against Luke Mathews (Kingfisher).
Lewis Healiss was also beaten as the referee stopped the contest in the second round against J Brennan (Dale Youth).
* The club are also holding a fundraiser this Saturday morning from 10am.
Pc Paul Reading is aiming to complete 50 two-minute rounds of sparring with members of North Herts ABC.
This event is being held at the Wayne Armstrong Boxing Gym in Station Approach in Hitchin.
The entrance fee is £5 adults, and £3 under-14s.
There will also be a barbecue and light refreshments to raise funds for equipment for the club.
Donations can be made to the above address.
Adults will pay £10 per two-minute round with Pc Reading, and £5 for under-14s.
Any parent who is interested in their child joining the boxing club can also attend on the day.
Names are being taken for the Kid Gloves class for seven to 11 year olds which is being re-established.