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Lowestoft Lions’ annual dinner show proves a knockout success

PUBLISHED: 11:04 01 March 2017 | UPDATED: 11:04 01 March 2017

Josh Cosan takes on Charlie Norman. Pictures by Mick Howes.

Josh Cosan takes on Charlie Norman. Pictures by Mick Howes.

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Lowestoft Lions’ annual boxing dinner attracted 258 diners to Pontins, Pakefield on Friday.

Keiron Riley, Frankie Bacon and Dylan Moss with Lions President Robin Smith. Pictures by Mick Howes.Keiron Riley, Frankie Bacon and Dylan Moss with Lions President Robin Smith. Pictures by Mick Howes.

Organisers Ivan Gilbert and Glyn Page praised matchmaker Colin Stephenson for presenting nine well-fought bouts.

Josh Seward (Holland) v Tom Browning (Billericay) skills; Connor Vincent (Norwich Diamond) v Sonny Hall (Heros) skills; Blake Housman (Holland Shore) lost to Tyler Downes (Norwich City); Kie Bryan lost to Dylan Moss (Lowestoft); Patrick Price (Trumpington) lost to Frankie Bacon (Lowestoft); Kane McQuisan (Norwich Diamonds) lost to Kieran Riley (Lowestoft); Joe Bonito (Halstead) beat Sean Kavanash (Ipswich); Josh Cosan (Hurstlea) beat Charlie Norman (Lowestoft); Sianni Antoh (Trumpington) lost to Dan Sibson (Norwich City); Alf Blowers Memorial Trophy, Frankie Bacon; Clifford Pull Memorial Shield, Kieran Riley; Roger Taylor Memorial Trophy, Dylan Moss.


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