OPEN LETTER TO LICENSE HOLDERS

Referee Clarke Joslyn has recently become a British Boxing Board of Control (BBBoC) License Holder’s Representative for the Welsh Area and he has issued an open letter to all license holders to offer his help. Clarke Joslyn Open Letter: “I’ve taken on the role of one of the British Boxing Board of Control’s area Licence Holder’s Representitive for the Welsh Area. Paul Boyce is the other rep. The purpose of the role is to represent ALL licence holders within the region and as such I will attend monthly Area Council meetings, National meetings and forums. This ‘trial’ role came about because a couple of years ago some licence holders felt they were not properly represented to the Board and didn’t have an effective voice. (Something the Board disagree with, as any licence holder with an issue can ask to attend one of the Area Council’s monthly meetings.) The role is being trialled for a couple of years to see if it is worthwhile. Tony Borg and Wynford Jones performed the role last year here in Wales. As a licensed Ref, I don’t want to be considered and ‘officials’ only rep. I am able and want to represent all licence holders, including Boxers, Managers, Trainers and Promoters. If you are a Boxer, your first point of contact for any issues/disputes/problems should always be your manager. That’s what you pay them for. If you are a licence holder that doesn’t get a manager, if you are a manager yourself, or if you are a boxer with a a managerial problem, or simply don’t feel that you are able to go to the Area Council directly, please feel free to contact me. I can’t promise to resolve your issue to your full satisfaction, but I can assure you I can give you honest and constructive advice and will represent you to the best of my abilities and will to my level best to help you out in anyway I can. My first Area Council meeting is tomorrow evening. If you have anything you wish me to raise on your behalf, send me a message on here and I will get back to you. It’s important the role is used effectivley. If I turn up each month with nothing to ask, they will rightly assume the role is pointless. Please share this with anyone involved in pro-boxing within Wales. Cheers, Clarke Joslyn.” Any Welsh BBBoC license holder can contact Clarke Joslyn through e-mail (clarkejoslyn@hotmail.co.uk) or by phone (07837 798215).

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