THREE of Brunel Amatuer Boxing Club’s teenage talents will be in action this weekend in Launceston, Cornwall.

Frayson Fernandes, Matthew Wootton and Peter Stow – all aged 13 – will make the 320-mile return trip to the Cornish town to face their respective opponents.

Fernandes will go toe-to-toe with Launceston’s Adam Cross, while Wootton will face Alfie Rowlands, an opponent he has faced before in a skills bout.

Stow, meanwhile, will tackle Ewan Crabb – also of the Launceston club. Crabb has to date won four of his five bouts, one of those wins came against Brunel’s own Fernandes – you can count on Stow therefore wanting to gain revenge.

Saturday’s action won’t be the last time Brunel will be represented this weekend.

On Sunday, coach Brian Roberts will travel to Hayes, Middlesex, for the Junior Novice and Youth National finals.

Alex Masters will meet the winner of an all-London bout between Tommy Smith of Eltham and John Foley from St Albans – the fight will be Masters’ first this season.

In other bouts, Jaden King will meet Nathan Martin of Bude in the Youth Final – both fighters fought each other just a fortnight ago, with Martin coming out on top.

Coach Mark Brown said: “Although this return may have come a bit soon for Jaden, the opportunity to become a national champion is one we didn’t want to miss.

“All boxers would like to thank Kev Metcalfe of Verelogic for his donation of money, which has made the trip to Bude possible.

“We’re committed to taking our boxers around the country.”