The England Boxing Roll of Honour has been updated; to include the champions and finalists of England Boxing’s National Amateur Championships.

Amateur boxers fought it out for national supremacy on the weekend of April 13 in Manchester Central.

Winners and finalists have been added to the Roll of Honour, a prestigious list of national champions stretching back to 1888.

Many successful boxers that went on to pro success and even world championships have a place on this record, making their name in the ABCs.

The list includes Carl Froch, John Conteh and Charli Magri. A star studded 2008 line-up features Tyson Fury, George Groves, Liam Smith and Anthony Ogogo.

Carly Ogogo, sister of Anthony, who boxes out of Salisbury is following in her brother’s footsteps with amateur success. She reached the finals of this year’s national tournament.

Rising star Demie-Jade Resztan added her name to the long list of amateur national champs as did Tori-Ellis Willets who was representing the army.

Islington’s Masood Abdullah; Darlington’s Joe Tyers and the Royal Navy’s George Crotty, among others, were added to the honours roll of finalists and champions.

Pic credit: Andy Chubb

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