AGE: : 40
Boxing Experience: : 21 Years
Main Qualification: : ENGLAND BOXING LEVEL 1
P/T Bookings: : 07889731717

Andy has been around boxing for quite a long time, having volunteered as a coach and working for Suffolk Positive Futures which involved working with young people in sport.

Suffolk Positive Futures, a subsidiary of national charity Catch 22, were the first external company to book our services way back when we first started in 2005. Through the youth sessions with the charity organisation we met Andy and he has been helping out coaching with us ever since. Since becoming more and more involved with the club during 2022 he has successfully completed the England Boxing level 1 coaching course.

As a level 1 coach he is able to assist with the supervision of sparring and cornering at tournaments. Andy competed through our non amateur Ultimate Boxing Events system quite a few times and was in the most amazing physical shape you can imagine, each time racking up plenty of wins along the way. Another welcome addition to our qualified coaching team.

With his new England Boxing Level 1 coaching qualification we look forward to seeing him cornering the team at England Boxing sanctioned events.

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