King Alfred Amateur Boxing Club holds awards night
of Highbridge's King Alfred Amateur Boxing Club held their annual
presentation night on Saturday (September 15th).
successful event was attended by over 50 club members and supporters
at The Orchard in West Huntspill.
Councillor John Woodman attended as both a supporter and Chairman
of the Community First Highbridge Grants Panel which recently
awarded a grant of £1,000 to the club towards the cost of
renovating its toilets and purchasing new equipment.
those receiving awards was Best Newcomer for Ryan Bromage, Courage
Cup for Matthew Watts, Billy Parsons Club for Bradley Dutton and
the Performance award for Wayne Hughes.
Female was won by Dionne Crisp, the Best Youth award went to Danny
Keen, Best Senior was Joe Osgood, Best Prospect was Matthew Watts
and the award for the Boxer's Boxer went to Dionne Crisp.
club's Roger Cross told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "It's been a
good year for the club. This year we have had three Western Counties
Champions - Matthew Watts, Wayne Hughes and Michael Hughes - and
two of our boxers have represented the Western Counties team -
Dionne Crisp and Wayne Hughes."
club has five CRB checked coaches and this year we have around
15 boxers, three of them girls."
We welcome newcomers to our training nights on Mondays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 6.30pm-8pm. We thank Terry Rickards for continuing
to let us use his unit as our training unit next to the Asda supermarket."