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Four Northern New England Golden Gloves Championships Won


Portland Boxing Club team members (left to right) Franco Decilla, Abbas Ngoboka and Ilyas Bashir at the Northern New England Golden Gloves in Somersworth, NH on July 17, 2021.

Photo courtesy Steve Shea Photography.


Portland Boxing Club boxers score four Northern New England Golden Gloves championship wins in the tournament finals on Saturday, July 17, 2021 in Somersworth, NH.


Portland Boxing Club’s Franco Decilla, a 90-pound junior novice division boxer from North Conway, NH won a unanimous decision clearly outboxing Ethan Kelly of Manchester, NH to earn a junior novice division Northern New England Golden Gloves title.


Portland Boxing Club’s Ilyas Bashir, a 141-pound youth novice division light welterweight from Auburn, Maine showed great boxing skills winning the fight by RSC (technical knock-out) in the third round over Mike McEneaney of Sanford, Maine to earn a youth novice division Northern New England Golden Gloves title. This is Bashir’s second win by RSC in two fights and he was also awarded Outstanding Novice Boxer of the tournament.


Portland Boxing Club’s Abbas Ngoboka, a 152-pound youth division welterweight from Portland, Maine won by RSC in the second round clearly dominating the fight over Josh Knox of Berwick, Maine to earn a youth division Northern New England Golden Gloves title.


Portland Boxing Club’s Wade Faria, a 165-pound open-class middleweight from Portland, Maine, lost a controversial 3-2 split decision to Cody Zombek of Rochester, NH. This was Faria’s first bout in the open-class after reaching the maximum number of bouts in the novice division.


Portland Boxing Club’s Jordan Lindsay, a novice superheavyweight from Westbrook, Maine, overwhelmed Henry Brandeis of Burlington, VT earning a clear-cut unanimous decision to win the novice division Northern New England Golden Gloves title.


Portland Boxing Club fighters have won 221 championships in the organization’s 29 year history

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