Warwick Boxing Club’s Kyle Teer, Andrew Grafton and Shane Parry with Crime Stoppers Warwick president Cameron Schoenfisch.
Warwick Boxing Club’s Kyle Teer, Andrew Grafton and Shane Parry with Crime Stoppers Warwick president Cameron Schoenfisch.

Boxing Club keeps big hits coming

FOR some it’s screaming under water, while others tend to run it out. Whatever your method, everyone needs an avenue to vent.

The Warwick Boxing Club has become synonymous with fitness, fun and friendship and a resource for those wanting to channel energy into a positive outlet.

The club relies on donations to keep programs afloat and during the club’s first spar night of the season on Friday, Crime Stoppers Warwick branch marked the occasion with a donation not to be messed with.

Warwick Crime Stoppers president Cameron Schoenfisch donated a bag able to withstand big hits.

“The Warwick Boxing Club does so much for the community and we wanted to give them something we knew they’d appreciate,” Mr Schoenfisch said.

More on the Warwick Boxing Club this week.


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