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Dan dares to take victory

PUBLISHED: 08:00 15 August 2008 | UPDATED: 21:03 05 July 2010

Dan Dawson

Dan Dawson

More than 20 members of the Yarmouth and Lowestoft 3 Lions Muay Thai and Kickboxing Gym were in action at Zen nightclub in Yarmouth last weekend.

British schoolboy champion Dan Dawson (14) fought twice; beating highly rated Tom Kridland from Bury St Edmunds by stoppage to add the schoolboy Eastern Counties Title to his British Title.

More than 20 members of the Yarmouth and Lowestoft 3 Lions Muay Thai and Kickboxing Gym were in action at Zen nightclub in Yarmouth last weekend.

British schoolboy champion Dan Dawson (14) fought twice; beating highly rated Tom Kridland from Bury St Edmunds by stoppage to add the schoolboy Eastern Counties Title to his British Title.

After a short break Dawson beat more experienced Ipswich fighter Trevor Watson also by stoppage.

Coaches Dave Munro, Bin Tyler and Frank Crosswell were very proud of their up and coming star.

There were wins also for Lewis Webster, schoolboy champion Conor Judge, Cameron McGarrigle, Dylan Lopes, Luca McComb, Jade Munro, Jack Bool, Kailen, Nicky McHugh, Liam Plant, Martin Puzio, and Kerry. There were draws for Jay Webster, Chase Crosswell, Arron Monson, Sebastian Havers, Charlie Tomkinson, Courtney McHugh, Chloe Baily, Henry Andrews, Luke Self, Jamie Bool, and Imogen Casey.

All of the above train at the 3 Lions Gym Escort Road Great Yarmouth, and several of them will be in action on sunday 31st August at the Ocean Room, Gorleston on a big championship show featuring Muay Thai and Kickboxing championship fights.


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