BRIDLINGTON Amateur Boxing Club held its annual presentation evening, where all the boxers received a medal and eight special awards were given out.
Best Newcomer: Harvey Rowe
Best Junior: David Kellett
Most Improved Junior: Arlen Smith
Most Dedicated Boxer: Ben Malone
Most Improved Senior Boxer: Liam Bowtell
Boxer with the Most Potential: Aaron Boyes
Best Senior Boxer: Zac Stabler
Boxers’ Boxer: Kier Herrgesell
Head coach Damien Grant said: “It has been an incredible season for the club this year.
“The club has gained four Yorkshire champions, two national quarter finalists, a national female finalist, and two English champions who went on to take gold and silver at the tri- nations.
“The club would like to thank everyone who supported them over the past year in particular their main sponsor Bob Stabler and Sons skip hire.
“Thanks also go out to the coaches who give up so much time for no reward.”
The team is made up of Damien Grant, Alan Stow, Mark Boyes, Carl McKirdy, Graham Hebden and Dale Markwell.
“The boxers are now fully rested and ready to start training again to prepare for the new season. the club are looking forward to the new season with Zac Stabler and Kier Herrgesell aiming to defend their English titles as well as Liam Bowtell and Aaron Boyes having another go, hoping to make it past the quarter finals.
“There are also young boxers like Billy Gibson, Lewis Spaven and Ben Spaven all becoming old enough to qualify for the National Schoolboy competition and hoping to put their mark on them,” said Grant.