Great Fight Night at Condong; McAndrew Hard Done by in Loss

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Great Fight Night at Condong; McAndrew Hard Done by in Loss


Byline: ON THE ROPES Tony Nobbs

STUART Stone staged a terrific night of fistic fury at the Condong Bowls Club on Saturday night.

In the main bout, at 69 kilos, Stone-trained Mick McAndrew and Ballina's Luke Hall battled toe to toe for four non-stop rounds, with both fighters having their moments.

In the end Hall took a decision that was unpopular with the Murwillumbah team and their supporters.

I also thought that McAndrew got the better of most of the exchanges.

A rematch next year would be highly anticipated among North Coast fans.

The main support bout was an entertaining and willing 75kg clash, in which Southport's Warren Cootes got a decision over Ashmore PCYC's Nick Sutherland.

In other bouts featuring Tweed boxers, Murwillumbah's Ryan Smith scored a victory over Tweed PCYC's Anthony Martin (60kg), Stingrays' Heath Jacky defeated Woodburn's Alex Elford (81kg), Southport's Joel Leaney defeated Stingrays' Eddie Williams (75kg) and Lismore's Adam Jones defeated PCYC's Joe Cook (48kg).

I HAVE to give a wrap to Andy Raymond and the team at Foxsports for their consistent coverage of Australian boxing.

Bringing boxing to your lounge rooms, they are giving Aussie fighters valuable exposure.

Headlining another of their shows last Friday night was a match-up between two unbeaten prospects, with New Zealand puncher Rob aThe Butchera Berridge scoring a five-round knockout of home-town rising star Trent Broadhurst at Mansfield Tavern.

It was a minor upset, with Broadhurst considered one of Australia's best up and comers, having just linked with leading American promoter Gary Shaw.

Broadhurst looked to have won the opening four rounds, out-scoring and countering Berridge, marking up his tough-as-nails opponent.

However, it was a step up in class of opposition for the four-time Australian amateur champion and the visitor did damage when he landed, especially to the body. …

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