Bouts for Haddenham Boxing Club

PUBLISHED: 10:19 05 February 2018 | UPDATED: 16:27 05 February 2018

Liam Finlay of Haddenham Boxing Club

Liam Finlay of Haddenham Boxing Club

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Haddenham Boxing Club have reported success in its latest trip to Balham ABC in London.

Millie Symons of Haddenham Boxing ClubMillie Symons of Haddenham Boxing Club

Kevin Johnson took George Leech in an 87 kilo bout.

Kevin said George boxed really well using his left hand following up well with his right and catching his opponent with upper cuts.

Aaron Jobe  of Haddenham Boxing ClubAaron Jobe of Haddenham Boxing Club

“I am very proud,” he said.

The club went to East Ham Working Men’s Club in a show for Newham ABC.

Thomas Bowles of Haddenham Boxing ClubThomas Bowles of Haddenham Boxing Club

George Leech boxed against Anthony Hewitt.

In a boxing bout in Kettering Kevin Johnson reports that Millie Symons beat her opponent, on points.

Hope Price of Haddenham Boxing ClubHope Price of Haddenham Boxing Club

Kevin said: “She was wonderful, the whole of the club is very pleased with her performance.”

Liam Finlay was beaten in his match despite boxing very well in his fight, he added.

George Leech of Haddenham Boxing ClubGeorge Leech of Haddenham Boxing Club

The next bout will see Millie compete in the final of the school girls championships against Sophie Lock of Holland Park.

The club meets at the Arkenstall Centre in Station Road.


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