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Back row right head coach Martyn Devlin, next to him Ewan Mackenzie and next to him Dylan Phoenix-Morrison.
FOUR Bilton Hall fighters will take part in the Development Championships at Hartlepool on Saturday - young Jack Murphy and seniors Nathan Bell, Robbie Colman and Ewan Mackenzie.
Bilton middleweight Ewan Mackenzie, 20, was involved in a tough bout against the more experienced Aiden Whiting (Tootill) that had the crowd on their feet.
BILTON HALL middleweight Ewan Mackenzie, 19, and light welterweight Robbie Colman continued their winning form in their latest bouts.
JARROW teenagers Nicky Sanderson and Ewan Mackenzie returned to winning ways on Bilton Hall's home show at The Neon.
"Middleweight Ewan Mackenzie clearly won the first round of his bout against Keenan Dalliomore from London but then in the next two rounds got tied up in closequarter exchanges in which the London boxer looked the busier to earn him a split decision."
BILTON HALL'S exciting middleweight Ewan Mackenzie produced an excellent display of counter punching to defeat the more experienced David Batey from Lumley on a first round TKO on the Jarrow club's first show of the season at the Neon.