Dalton wins three-nations title

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Dalton Smith continued to stock his trophy cabinet with a win north of the border for the youth title from the three nations.

Steel City ABC product Smith won the 60kg title with a unanimous decision win over Lewis Hay from the Keir Hardie Gym at Meadowbank Sports Centre in Edinburgh.

Smith, 16, now has an impressive record of 47 wins from 53 bouts, will now compete in more European tournaments as he bids to make the squad for the Youth Olympics.

There was progression in the Schoolboys from Barney Stretton the 34kg of Tom Hill ABC who beat Anthony Baskerville of Sedbergh ABC.

Ryan Clark of the Ingle BA beat Burmantoft’s Jake Sowery at 44.5kg. Leon Moulds of Sheffield City also made it through by beating Bradley Rhodes of Hunslet in the 37kg bout. 46kg Sheffield Boxing Centre fighter Kain Salvin also advanced with a win over Kingston’s Jack Donkin.

Sheffield City’s Ahmed Camran went out at 50kg to Lewis Spaven of Westway. Cain Smith-Dickens of Hard and Fast lost to Mohamed Akbar of Round One at 38.5kg.

Tom Hill’s Rory Hutton exite at 34kg to Platinum’s Christopher Windle.

Stretton advances with a walkover to quarter finals as does 62kg James Metcalfe (Hard and Fast), Murtaza Nadeem (Millennium) at 54kg, 59kg William Harty (Barnsley Star) and Jason Atkin (Manor) at 65kg.

A Yorkshire select team lost 5-4 to Wales in Sheffield.Captain Ryszard Lewicki of Sheffield City ABC won for the team by defeating Tom Gilheaney. Niall Hopkins of Manor ABC beat Kieran Gethin and Doncaster Plant’s Tom Bell beat Kallum Skhanel. Manor ABC’s Darnell Sterling lost to Jack Bradbury.

Sheffield Lane Top boxers notched an impressive three wins on away shows. Cousins Mijit and Razaq Najib both won on Wednesbury ABC’s show in Birmingham.

Mijit got the first win against Declan Millward and Razaq followed it up in his first fight without a headguard, beating Jack Wood.

Shammus Hussain got his first win with a unanimous decision win over Ben Handley from Epic Golden Gloves.