A sell-out crowd attended the Oxford Hotel Bicester Boxing Club’s annual event for a stacked fight card that saw the host club come away with an impressive array of victories.
The star of the show was Bicester’s Ciaran Evans-Fry, matched against the dangerous Damien Dinwiddy of Gloucester Boxing Club at Super-Middleweight over four two-minute rounds.
Evans-Fry, a serving officer in the British Army as part of the 23 Pioneer Regiment in Bicester, floored his opponent with a vicious right cross in the fourth round before taking a unanimous victory with the scorecard reading 40-35 points.
After the contest, Bicester Boxing Club Head Coach, Daza Usher, said: “Ciaran showed real dedication in training for this contest. He has been with the club for two years now and in that time has improved tremendously. This was a tough match for him and he has really done well. We will be looking to get him another contest after the Christmas break.”
Another stand out victory came from Bicesters’ Anthony Miller, beating Shawn Richards from the Pegasus Gym in Aylesbury 30-19 over three rounds.
Miller said: “I‘ve been working really hard in the gym and I think that made the difference tonight.”
Andrew Prichard and Adam Morris both scored impressive wins under the Bicester Boxing Club banner, Prichard extending his unbeaten run to three in a contest that saw him win every round against a tough opponent in Darren Allen and Morris adding another victory to his record after outpointing Robert Mojak from the Fighting Fit Gym.
In other results , there were was a Bicester win for Sammy Ait-Tales against Hugo Fins of Oxford Martial Arts Academy, but defeats for Matt Williams against Josh Anderson of East Area Boxing Academy, Paul Jennings and Darek Glazer of Oxford Martial Arts Academy and Gary Bracey against James Stewart of East Area Boxing Academy.
The fights between Jack Wheeler and Sid Siswick, of Pegasus Gym, and Luke Bucknell against Woijek Wieczorek, of Fighting Fit Gym, were declared draws.