07:57 Saturday 01 February 2014

Outlook seems Sonny for Moss

Written byAARON MASON

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Sonny Moss tasted success on his debut for Haddenham & Ely at a show in Billericay.

Moss recently switched from Cambridgeshire Police and made an immediate impact with a majority decision win over home boxer Michael McInerney, although coach Mike Sawyer felt there was more to come from the youngster.

He said: “He won the fight and I think he’ll be okay, but he’s still very raw.

“He was doing things I told him he shouldn’t be doing, but he did land some nice body punches.”

But clubmate Callum Francis suffered a split verdict reverse against home puncher George Liddard.

Sawyer said: “He got beat because he boxed poorly against a less experienced boy.”

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