Rutherglen boxing coach Archie Durie says his thirty first house present was successful as a variety of his younger fighters claimed victories.
The occasion, held on the city’s King’s Park Lodge on Friday, March 3, noticed 9 defeats from 15 bouts, with the opposite an exhibition match.
A packed viewers noticed 15 entertaining fights, which had been broadcast on-line by Jamie Alexander’s JATV web site.
There have been wins for 10-year-old Mohammed Dean Khan on his debut, Gary Wilson – who was voted finest boxer on the night time – Josh McSorley, Jamie Durie and Jay Stuart.
Cambuslang’s Ross McNeil fought in an exhibition match in opposition to Chirnside ABC’s Ollie Advantage, who was making his debut.
Head coach Archie Durie mentioned: “It was a extremely busy night time with 15 bouts, a packed crowd and a improbable ambiance.
“There have been some improbable fights, and although some would come again a unanimous determination in opposition to our boxers, there have been some actually shut bouts.
“It was good to see Mohammed Dean Khan field his debut bout, he has nice potential in boxing – he’s going to be a very good one.
“It was additionally nice to see one of the best boxer going to our personal Gary Wilson, with Rutherglen lad Josh McSorley taking his file to 4 bouts unbeaten.
“Each my grandson Jamie Durie and Jay Stuart acquired again to successful methods.
“But it surely’s not at all times about successful and shedding, it’s about studying from errors made and to arrange higher for subsequent time.”
He added: “It’s our first boxing present below our new house in Blairbeth, Rutherglen, and right here’s hoping we begin getting a number of the lads coming by way of to field for our membership.”
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