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SPENNYMOOR SUCCESS

The club meets a team of Scottish clubs in a special event
RECOGNITION: Spennymoor Select won the team event

SPENNYMOOR BOXING ACADEMY held a successful show at the town’s leisure centre featuring a team event between Spennymoor Select and Scottish clubs. Top of the April 6 bill saw strong boxers Spennymoor’s Gav McGee and Hartlepool Elite’s Ben Henderson trade punches for three rounds with the huge crowd on their feet by the final bell to show their appreciation to both. McGee won by split decision and also took the trophy for best Senior boxer. At Junior level Spennymoor’s Macy Gallone beat Scotland’s Chloe Bodwick. Gallone’s constant punching made the difference as she won a unanimous decision. Macy also received the best Junior award.

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