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Conroy is ready to bury hatchet.

Byline: By John Gibson

Tommy Conroy is prepared to let bygones be bygones and promote the Buchanan brothers from Newcastle.

Paul and Andrew left Conroy's stable amid a little resentment and joined Gus Robinson in Hartlepool.

Now Gus has made a tentative approach to Conroy to use at least one of the Buchanans on his final dinner show of the season in Seaham on May 12. And Conroy is prepared to consider whatever deal Robinson suggests.

In the meantime, Conroy will feature his own fighters Martin Marshall and Danny Moir next month.

Sunderland light middleweight Marshall had considered retirement after two successive defeats but Conroy told me: "He has too much talent. His attitude is spot on and he's a dream to work with. His appetite is back and we want to get him in the winner's enclosure again."

Marshall has been sparring with Gateshead's Moir, who has also delayed any thoughts of packing in.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Apr 12, 2005
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