GALLERY: Young stars strut their stuff at Chatteris Amateur Boxing Club show

16:54 08 May 2012

Action from the Chatteris ABC show. R Williams (Chatteris) v M Durning (Cambridge)

Action from the Chatteris ABC show. R Williams (Chatteris) v M Durning (Cambridge)

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BOXING fans filled Cromwell Community College on Saturday for 13 hard-hitting bouts - but it was a 10-year-old who stole the show.

Chatteris Amateur Boxing Club’s Ryan Williams claimed the boxer of the night award after impressing during a skills bout against Cambridge ABC’s Michael Durning.

But his club-mates had a tougher time, with Ryan Ducker, Dean Baxter and George Chrysanthou all beaten.

Coach Paul Gill said: “Ryan is only 10 but he’s certainly got a lot of potential. I was pleased with the show and very pleased with the turnout.”

Wisbech ABC enjoyed a successful night, with Brandon Smith and Markos Mylozis recording victories.

Chatteris ABC’s Jordan Gill, who is set to turn professional in July, was ringside for the event.

The talented teenager will bid for national glory in his Amateur Boxing Association (ABA) final on Saturday.

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