Harrison all set for key battle as Trinity prepare for night of boxing

Jack Harrison will be one of many Trinity fighters in action at the Festival Inn on Friday.
Jack Harrison will be one of many Trinity fighters in action at the Festival Inn on Friday.

Trinity ABC super heavyweight Jack Harrison gets the chance to fight for the Central England novice title belt as the club hosts its next fight night on Friday (14th) at the Festival Inn, Trowell.

Harrison will face the tall Northampton boxer Sebastian Brown, who he should have met in the East Midlands final last month before being forced out by injury.

Brown is the East Midlands champion and national quarter - finalist and will be Harrison’s toughest test to date, but the Ilkeston man is ready to go and determined to prove a point.

This fight will be one of many outstanding bouts on the eagerly anticipated event at the Festival Inn. Clubs from around the country, including fighters from Manchester and London, will be attending and are sure to test the Trinity stars in what is looking to be an exciting event .

Club captain Kyle Hughes has a tough test in his middleweight bout with East Midlands finalist Robert Steven of Leicester and will be looking to continue his good form after a tough pre-season preparation .

Also on view will be recent National Championship winner Sam Patchitt at welterweight, big punching prospect Sam Bates at light heavyweight and heavyweight star Dan Desachy.

Welterweight John White will also be looking to build on his recent comeback victory after a 12-year absence from the ring when he faces Derby boxer Arjan Nagra.

Exciting welterweight prospect Macaulay Cartwright, 17, will be looking to add to his growing reputation when he takes on top London youngster Laiq Khan in what could prove to be bout of the night.

Also facing a London fighter is improving junior star Loui Hemstock who will face Fairbairn boxer Gulshan Nota in a bout that should prepare him for his shot at the National Junior Championships in the new year. Joel Pickering, Kieran Yourston and debutant Charlie Wilson will all feature in junior bouts.

Tickets are still available on the door, adults paying £15 and under 16 £5. To avoid disappointment contact Scott Rafferty to reserve tickets on 079 5656 5582.