Around 300 turn up for King Alfred boxing show

This is The West Country: Bradley Dutton (red) in action. PHOTOS: Mike Lang Bradley Dutton (red) in action. PHOTOS: Mike Lang

AROUND 300 people packed into King Alfreds School for the boxing club's show.

There were 13 bouts including two girl skill bouts, which is the next step up before a competitive fight.

Bradley Dutton and Wayne Hughes claimed good wins but unfortunately there were defeats for Jay Curtis and Steve Loveridge.

Coach Roger Cross said it was a great event and thanked everyone who supported the event.

Wayne Hughes is next in action on Saturday when he fights in Sydenham ABC's annual boxing show against Adam Bellingham from Kent.

It is also a big weekend for 15-year-old Lizzie Hughes who is through to the national finals in Birmingham and is the first ever girl from King Alfred ABC to reach the finals with a shot of winning a title.


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