Guyanese amateur standout boxers Colin ‘Superman’ Lewis and Ke eve Allicock who are in Tijuana, Mexico competing in the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) games qualifiers have made it to the semi-final stage of that competition which has guaranteed the duo qualification for the Barranquilla, Colombia games this July-August.
In the quarter-finals Lewis dispatched Carlos Tobar of Guatemala, while Allicock rolled over Leonel Gutierrez of Panama.
According to a correspondence from the head of the Guyana Boxing Association (GBA), Steve Ninvalle,the fighters are confident of winning their respective matches, which will guarantee them a medal from the competition.
The pair of fighters along with Coach Terrence Poole are delighted to have qualified for the CAC and they will be looking to continue their impressive form of recent and will look to take things a notch higher and overcome sterner competition than in the Caribbean.
Colin Lewis will come against Eduardo Sanchez of Costa Rica today while Keeve Allicock will box Robeisy Ramirez of Cuba, tomorrow in the semis.
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