Lowestoft Lions’ annual dinner show proves a knockout success
PUBLISHED: 11:04 01 March 2017 | UPDATED: 11:04 01 March 2017
Lowestoft Lions’ annual boxing dinner attracted 258 diners to Pontins, Pakefield on Friday.
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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