Fighting Arts Dubbo boxers to be part of Thunder Down Under fight night

Nick Guthrie
Updated May 5 2023 - 2:52pm, first published 2:00pm
Trainer and promoter Chris Hallford (back, third from right) with Fighting Arts Dubbo athletes (from left) Tony Oaike, Luke Prentice, Matt Maher, Edward Foran, Camillus Kavo and Ericka Keizer (front). Picture by Belinda Soole
Trainer and promoter Chris Hallford (back, third from right) with Fighting Arts Dubbo athletes (from left) Tony Oaike, Luke Prentice, Matt Maher, Edward Foran, Camillus Kavo and Ericka Keizer (front). Picture by Belinda Soole

The biggest boxing event held in Dubbo for a number of years is this weekend and it will put the spotlight on some potential future stars of the sport.

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Nick Guthrie

Nick Guthrie

Senior journalist

I started working at the Daily Liberal in 2013 and now hold the position of senior journalist. I cover all that's happening in sport in Dubbo and the wider western area and have a passion for doing so. If you've got a story that needs telling, reach out.

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