Super Sam moves on
Newham BC National Schools title-chaser Sam Bezzina, moved through to the quarter-finals with a good points success over Slough opponent Johnny Scott. Bezzina who was earlier a runner-up in the National competition, showed the form which could make him g
Newham BC National Schools' title-chaser Sam Bezzina, moved through to the quarter-finals with a good points success over Slough opponent Johnny Scott.
Bezzina who was earlier a runner-up in the National competition, showed the form which could make him go one better this year as he dominated the action against the Slough boxer to take the verdict at Berringsfield near Oxford.
Another Newham boxer moving through to the quarter finals, Des Johnson, also impressed in the tournament, beating Oxford opponent Brian Townsend.
The third Newham boxer due for action, Aiden Pleydell, was forced to withdraw with flu.
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Sonny Edwards, who received a bye on Saturday joins the other Newham boxers in the quarter-finals at Blackshots, Grays this Saturday.
* GEORGE MOUGHTON was an outstanding winner for a North East London Divisional team in action in Guernsey, on Saturday.
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