Bridlington’s dedicated boxers racked up more than 6,000 miles of travelling during their last season, club coaches have revealed.
The club held its annual presentation on Friday, after youngsters appeared on 47 different shows up and down the country, taking part in 110 contests.
Of those, 34 were skills bouts which see the club’s youngest boxers enter the ring to gain experience but there is no result, but the remaining 76 fights were split evenly, with 38 wins and 38 defeats.
Head coach Damien Grant said: “It has been a hard season for our boxers with many stepping up in class during competition and holding their own with some of the best in the country.
“The club moves into an exciting time as we look to expand in our new home when we move into the sports hall at Gypsey Road and after a month’s rest our boxers are already looking to pick training back up ready for the new season.”
Most improved junior boxer: Kiera Jones
Best junior boxer: Brian Keown
Most improved academy boxer: Harvie Retallic
Best academy boxer: Emily Asquith
Most improved senior boxer: Daniel Pallant
Best senior boxer: Charlotte Jarvis
Boxer with the most potential: James Precious
Most dedicated boxer: Roan Stanley
Boxers’ boxer: Cam Connelly