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Travis Neller becomes double champ after fine display at nationals

PUBLISHED: 10:31 22 February 2017 | UPDATED: 10:31 22 February 2017

The winning K9 team fighters with coaches Dave Munro and John Hutchens. Picture: DAVE MUNRO

The winning K9 team fighters with coaches Dave Munro and John Hutchens. Picture: DAVE MUNRO

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Yarmouth's K9 Fight Team came home from the WKA British Championships with four British titles, plus two silver and one bronze medal.

Travis Neller, seven, beat Jake Pilkinton from Machine MMA for the K1 British six-seven-year-olds -26k title, and beat Taio Holden (Kokoro Camp) and James Graham from Scotland to win the Boxing six-seven-year -25k title.

Hadley Neller, aged 12, beat Rhys Wardle of Scorpio Gym and Henry Tibble (SXF) to reach a final against brother Ashton, aged 11. Aston had beaten Hayden Ball (Bently) and Scotland’s Reen Reffill. In a close bout Hadley outpointed his brother to win the 11-13 years title,

Connor McAleese, aged 10, beat Callum Taylor (Platinum Gym) in the boxing -32k 10-13 years and then lost to Charlie Stokes (USKA Gym) in the final by one point. Connor also picked up a bronze in the Full-Contact -32k 10-13 years category.

Dan Mitchell took the K1 Mens -68k title.

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