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A boxing club in Rutherglen have raised £200 for a young boy who defeated two of their members in bouts before being diagnosed with cancer.
Boxers and coaches from Durie’s ABC collected money for Bannockburn fighter Lee Welsh, 12, who is battling against Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Coaches Archie Durie and Phill Coll joined Mark Tait and Naomi Good in shaving their hair off on Thursday, February 18.
The money will go towards covering the travel insurance for an upcoming trip New York and Orlando afterLee’s treatment.
Archie, 53, who has met Lee at both his home shows at the Kings Park Hotel, said he was a great boxer and wishes him all the best with his battle with cancer.
He added: “It is for such a great cause. It was a lot of fun getting our heads shaved.
“Lee beat Shazman Parnez and Anthony Flynn at our home shows last year.
“Financially the club is not in a good position but we decided to do this and
Before Naoimi, Mark, Phill and Archie with his son James
Knock-out Archie is set upon by Naomi, Phill and Mark
All together now Durie’s ABC