STONEBRIDGE Boxing Club bagged their first tournament medals at the Haringey Box Cup.
Kola Koyejo, Kelvin Fawaz and Bobby Woods (pictured, left to right) all struck gold at the four-day competition at Tottenham Community Sports Centre.
It marks an incredible turnaround in fortunes for the club that was three years ago facing up to the prospect
Koyejo, who is just starting out in his amateur career and only has two bouts to his name, got the ball rolling for Stonebridge in his debut tournament appearance.
Despite a lack of experience, the 17-year-old showed no fear to clinch the first of the Winchelsea Road outfit’s fighters to have his arm raised by unanimous decision.
Wembley warrior Woods had 10 previous fights under his belt going into this one and was in confident mood, having dropped down to 59kg for the event.
He put his Liverpudlian opponent down for two eight counts, using exceptional speed and power, on his way to sealing a unanimous points decision verdict from the judges.
Fawaz, from Hayes, was next into the ring, boasting an enviable record which includes an ABA Elite title at 67kg in 2012, a national title, previous Haringey Box cup titles and England caps.
It was his first outing for his new gym and he did not disappoint, doing the stable proud, he destroyed his Romanian counterpart with a stunning second-round TKO.
Stonebridge Boxing club was opened in 2010, and run by Aamir Ali and Sharon ‘Ben’ Bennette and funded by the respected Sauerland brothers, who can count the likes of Mikkel Kessler among their clients.
For more information about Stonebridge Boxing Club, visit www.stonebridgeboxingclub.org .