Nina Bradley scooped four of the top awards as Boston Amateur Boxing Club held their end-of-season presentation evening.
The reigning women’s ABA champion received her trophies from club president Bob Hilton.
Bradley earned the Most Impressive Boxer, Senior Boxer Most Dedicated to Training and Top Senior Boxer trophies, as well as the Ron Dawson Memorial Trophy, for earning the most honours for the club.
Justas Pundzuis won three awards.
He was given the Mark Dawson Trophy as the Most Improved Junior, the Art Hanson Memorial Trophy for the Best Up-and-Coming Junior Boxer and capped it off with the Junior Boxer Most Dedicated To Training award,
Adrianna Finch was named as Top Cadet Boxer, while Aaron Johnson won the award for Most Improved Senior.
Thomas Upsall was named Best Up-and-Coming Senior Boxer and also took the Bob Hilton Trophy.
Keir Sellars was named as the Most Sporting Boxer while Midlands junior champion Thomas Pogson received a trophy for being the Top Junior Boxer and also the award for having the most junior bouts of the season.
Adrianna Finch, Anastasia Baker, William O’Connor, Peter James Cash, Logan Hare, Martin Ruck and Nick Staples all received medals for competing in club shows.
The club will re-open its doors again in readiness for the 2013-14 season in August.
For more details about the club, call Kevin Smith on 07947 689 908.