Hull Boys' Club - a safe environment for the boys and young men of Hull. Offering boxing, rugby, football, kick-boxing and more.

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HullBoy wrote on 13. 09. 2009 - 00:07   
i think hullboys is THE place to be for young lads of hull. it helps improve overall sporting ability, helps increase fitness levels and MONUMENTALLY helps gain confidence (also keeps the young lads off the streets, which is always good isnt it :)
ALAN and DAVE, the two senior boxing trainers, are ABSOLUTE LEGENDS, and i owe them an awful lot for EVERYTHING theyve taught me (inside and outside the ring)
gary bartlett wrote on 22. 08. 2009 - 17:48   
I JOINED IN 1967 TILL 1973 AND REMEMBER THE ROYAL VISIT AS I SHOOK HANDS WITH THE DUKE OF KENT PLAYED FOR MR JOHN MILNE FOOTBALL TEAM WE WON A FEW CUPS FROM 1970-72 IN HULL BOYS SUNDAY LEAGUE ALSO WON THE INTER TOWN BOYS CLUB IN LEEDS IN 1971 STILL GOT THE MEDAL I ATTENDED THE CLUB EVERY NIGHT AS WE LOOKED FORWARD TO OUR BIG MUG OF TEA AND TOAST FOR 3d THEM WAS THE DAYS BOXING COACH WAS MR GLEADOW AND MR GILLYON WAS IN CHARGE GLAD TO KNOW CLUB STIL GOING STRONG AND IN GOOD HANDS WITH JIMMY BROWN I STARTED WORK WITH JIM WHEN I LEFT SCHOOL AT ASTRAL CARAVANS BRING BACK ANY MEMORIES JIMBO!!!!!! TAKE CARE
Jordan Burn wrote on 05. 05. 2009 - 19:43   
alright lads looking too join up whats the club like ?
John Dennis wrote on 05. 03. 2009 - 16:52   
Used to go to HBC from about 1958 to 1960. Was just the right place to keep kids off street and getting enjoyment/exercise without mischief. Spent a bit too much time there as homework used to suffer, but the Toast 'n Jam was the best. And the dodgy old snooker tables Great fun playing games in summer on the roof in the cage, and our table tennis skills improved lots.
I used to go with Michael Martin, Jeff Marshall (now in South Africa) and other early teenagers - if that name actually had been invented then ! To be recommended to any lad looking for direction. Never did me any harm.

JD
Scotty Partis wrote on 05. 02. 2009 - 23:38   
Without doubt shaped me into the person i am today fantastic place Everyone who went through there played the game. The best youth rugby league club ever nobody will top the place FACT
josh singleton wrote on 19. 01. 2009 - 12:11   
i mite be join agen soon
josh singleton wrote on 19. 01. 2009 - 12:11   
hi jim i used to go my number used to be 116 or 166my name is josh singleton i really love hull boys it is ace
Mike Angell wrote on 17. 12. 2008 - 01:28   
Top times and happy memories! Was fortunate enough to be part of a great side in the mid 80's coached by Shaun O'brien, with Jim "bag of sh*t" Brown always there. Hope to forward some photos soon, keep up the good work to all involved.
Nick Shepherd wrote on 04. 08. 2008 - 19:56   
Now then 4 eyes! What a good place to go hang out as long as you dont mind a bit of banter and the Hull dictionary at full use then this is the place to be! Missed the place since I stopped kickboxing but am thinking of going back for the boxing, will be a good way of working off this belly i've put on! Nick Shepherd (4 eyes the sencond!)
karl murray wrote on 16. 07. 2008 - 04:43   
waw you got a web site hi guy just like to say this club means alot to me. i practically grow up there fron karate rugby boxing i really miss it hi jim and arthur , pat , dave grantly and all other people there keep up the good work MUZZA saying gday form australia
ps if any boys club u 16 1998 read this get in touch ( hull boys n that )
rouse
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