British Lionhearts beat Kazakhstan to reach World Series final
The British Lionhearts qualified for their first World Series of Boxing final by beating reigning champions Kazakhstan 7-3 at York Hall in London.
Leading 3-2 overnight, the Lionhearts started well with wins for overseas selection Koryun Soghomonyan of Armenia and England's Luke McCormack.
Radoslav Pantaleev of Bulgaria gave the Lionhearts an unassailable lead, with Frazer Clarke sealing the result.
The Lionhearts will face Cuba in the final on 4 June in Uzbekistan.
|Thursday 26 May|
|Light-fly||Galal Yafai (GB)||Won 3:0||Zhomart Yerzhan (KAZ)|
|Bantam||Peter McGrail (GB)||Lost 1:2||Nursultan Koshchegulov (KAZ)|
|Light-welter||Pat McCormack (GB)||Won 3:0||Samat Bashenov (KAZ)|
|Middle||Troy Williamson (GB)||Lost 1:2||Meiirim Nusultanov (KAZ)|
|Heavy||Bepo Filipi (Cro)||Won 3:0||Mukametzhan Yerkin (KAZ)|
|Friday 27 May|
|Fly||Koryun Soghomonyan (ARM)||Won 3:0||Azamat Issakulov (KAZ)|
|Light||Luke McCormack (GB)||Won 3:0||Zakie Safiullin (KAZ)|
|Welter||Josh Kelly (GB)||Lost 1:2||Aslanbek Shymbergenov (KAZ)|
|Light-heavy||Radoslav Pantaleev (Bul)||Won 3:0||Nurdaulet Zharmanov (KAZ)|
|Super-heavy||Frazer Clarke (GB)||Won 2:0||Kamshybek Kunkabayev (KAZ)|
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