Boxing match, Borough Hall, Stafford

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Date:February 1952

Description:This scene shows drama in the boxing ring, as the referee stopped the contest between M Fellows, of Wolverhampton, and B Davenport, of Tunstall, in the Staffordshire Association of Boys' Clubs Boxing Championships held at the Borough Hall. Davenport collapsed on the canvas and Fellows would have fallen had his trainer not been there to hold him up. Fellows was awarded the bout.

This photograph was published in the Staffordshire Newsletter on 1 March 1952. Reproduced by kind permission of the Staffordshire Newsletter who retain copyright.


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