Gator ABC host annual dinner show

PUBLISHED: 15:00 16 May 2018

Tarran Singh (Pic: Gator ABC)

Tarran Singh (Pic: Gator ABC)


Gator ABC hosted their annual Dinner show at The Prince Regent Hotel, last Friday night, in which was a hugely successful night for the Hainhault-based boxing club.

Gerard McDounaugh (Pic: Gator ABC)Gerard McDounaugh (Pic: Gator ABC)

On the night, hosting club Gator ABC had 11 of their boxers in action.

Chris O’ Driscoll looked very impressive as he set the tone for a successful night of Boxing.

Young O’Driscoll outpointed N.Ebrahim representing Finchley by launching quick attacks many times pushing his opponent on his back foot and unable to defend himself against O’Driscoll’s powerful shots.

Hard hitting Amaan Mohammed put up a great show as he defeated J.Gudgen of Kettering.

Amaan Mohammed (Pic: Gator ABC)Amaan Mohammed (Pic: Gator ABC)

Gerard McDonaugh was hardly troubled by his opponent C.Hudson of Marvel Lane. McDonaugh displayed a masterclass of defensive skills and made his opponent chase him around the ring while he landed all the point scoring punches.

Carlton Forchin battled hard in his bout against D.Sheild of Bushey and got the nod from the judges after edging all three rounds.

Gator stalwart Tarran Singh kept the momentum up by winning his bout against T.Mastoric of Cricklewood.

The last bout of the evening featured Gator’s senior boxer Charlie Green, in which was a pulsating contest to close the show.

Carlton Forchin (Pic: Gator ABC)Carlton Forchin (Pic: Gator ABC)

Charlie defeated J.Baider of Balham.

Earlier in the evening, Danny Edwards, Marcus Bassi jr, Kaizer Syeed and Harrison Vickery all lost their bouts.

There was also a non scoring skills bout on the evening. Johnny Harrison impressed as he took on O.Jones of Newham.

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