Organised by ETC Polska Promotions in collaboration with the Greater Accra Amateur Boxing Association, the event was well attended and the upcoming young boxers put up a good performance.
Thomas Lartey representing Bronx put up a good show to beat Faisal Mohammed of Akotoku on point, the Hakeem Lokko also defeated Joseh Mensah of Akotoku Academy.
Philip Ajom of Bronx beat Theophilus Amarquaye of Black Panthers in a split decision before Joseph Commey also of Black Panthers beat Emmanuel Mawuli of CQBF in an interesting bout.
Derek Mensh of Akotoku was too good as he won unanimously over Widom Barnor of Attoh Quarshie. Mohammed Ayitey of Sea View had it easy to win over Richmond Nettey of Attoh Quarshie as Joseph Allotey also of Attoh Quarshie won in a split decision over David Tagoe of Will Power Gym.
Samuel Wilson of CQBF was beaten by Michael Nelson of of Akotoku in another wonderful bout before Benard Abbey of Discipline disciplined Isaac Kakraba of Attoh Quarshie.
Edward Owari of Will Power could not stand the punches of Christian Commodore of Black Panthers as he lost on points, then Alfred Lamptey of Black Panthers also won unanimously over Orraca Tetteh of Discipline Gym
In a female contest, Lydia Hammond of Accra Gym and Akotoku Academy’s Leticia Amanua Ankrah fought nicely to a draw result before John Commey of Black Panthers lost in a split decision to Akai Nettey of Attoh Quarshie.
In a special Bantamweight bout, novice Holy Dogbetor from Ekekevor in the Volta Region put up a great show, but lost in a split decision to experienced Samuel Yaw Addo.