BOXING IN BRIEF.
NORTH BENWELL are staging their last show at Dunston's Lancastrian Suite tonight.
The club is relocating to join Gateshead Victoria ABC and Fighting Chance, whose professional arm is run by Ronnie Rowe involving the likes of the Dickinson brothers Jon-Lewis and Travis.
Steve Cranston is Victoria's amateur head coach and he used to be with North Benwell.
It's a North Benwell Select against a North East Select tonight with tickets on the door costing PS13.
ASHINGTON'S Kieran |Howe, only 11 years old, marked his debut with a split points decision win over Sherkham Sulmon of the Fit Club in Newcastle.
Kieran was boxing on Boldon's show at The Shack.
"Kieran took the bout at short notice but did exceptionally well," said Ashington coach Alan Buller.
Humza Ali from North Benwell was also victorious on his debut. Results: C Drinkald (Sunderland East End) SKILLS C Scholick (Horden), S Wright (Boldon) LSPLIT L Tyrell (Sunderland East End), A Johnson (Boldon) LSPLIT M Akram (Wellington), K Howe (Ashington) WSPLIT S Sulman (Fit Club), L Gordon (Boldon) WPTSUN E Swales (Shildon), B Dixon (Boldon) LPTSUN A Higham (Horden), R Bewick (Boldon) LPTSUN Humza Ali (North Benwell), B Tisseman (Boldon) LTKO1 T McGarry (Wellington), L Farrell (Boldon) LPTSUN T Marley (Durham University), P Williams (Perth Green) WSPLIT H Thorpe (Brandon), N Stephenson (Boldon) WTKO2 J Harkness (Bilton Hall), J Morse (North Shields) WPTSUN J Swinburn (Chester Moor).
A | DERBY confrontation between Newcastle and Sunderland was voted Best Bout on the Hartlepool Elite and Gus Robinson ABC bill at the Hartlepool Corporation Club.
Lauro Hoering (Forest Hall) dropped a points decision to Brogan Gardner from Plains Farm.