Plymouth military boxers train with civilians ahead of charity match at Royal Citadel
ARMY boxers have been training alongside Carl's Boxing Stable in the build up to a charity match next month.
The team of military boxers, will side with the Plympton team to take on the Western Counties on March 1.
The event has been organised by Warrant Officer, Alex Cochrane, of 29 Commando, to raise money for the Army Benevolent Fund and a second charity still to be confirmed.
It is being held at the Citadel on the Parade Square with approximately 12-15 bouts expected.
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WO Cochrane said: "Training is going very well, the military guys have been training with the civilian boxers.
"The Plymouth team is made up of four from 29 Commando, two from HMS Drake and two Royal Marines and Carl's Boxing Stable.
"There will be a mixture of military and civilian matches with the main aim being to raise as much money as possible.
"It's the first time we've mixed the teams, last time we boxed against each other."
Tickets are still available for the event which begins at 6pm on Friday March 1. A £25 ticket includes a buffet and curry. There will also be a bar. Corporate tickets and tables are available.
For more information contact WO Cochrane on 01752 236151 or 07824544911.