Sooke boxer fights way to B.C. title

Sooke’s Bryan Colwell won a unanimous decision against Abbotsford’s Thomas Kippes on Saturday

  • Oct. 31, 2016 11:00 a.m.

 

Sooke’s Bryan Colwell won a unanimous decision against Abbotsford’s Thomas Kippes on Saturday night at the Boxing B.C. Provincial Championships.

Colwell, 26, who trains with the Sooke Boxing Club, fought in the 91 kilogram Elite Open Male final in Abbotsford.

Other winners from Saturday included: Thistletown Boxing Club’s Clive Fagan (75 kg Elite Novice Male), Ivy Richardson from the Nanaimo Boxing Club (60 kg Elite Novice Female), Bryan Adkins from the Lion’s Roar Boxing Club (64 kg Elite Novice Male), Queensborough Boxing Club’s Julian Kim (81 kg Elite Open Male), Jag Seehra from the Inner City Boxing Club (64 kg Elite Open Male) and Robert Couzens from QBC (69 kg Elite Open Male).

 

 

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