The event, which featured an evening of amateur boxing between the Western Counties and the Royal Navy, is  used to celebrate the successes of other sports in the area and raise funds to support amateur boxers. 

Bristol Rugby CEO Steve Gorvett collected an award on behalf of Bristol Rugby, after the club achieved promotion to the Aviva Premiership in the 2015/16 season – while Bristol City director Doug Harman collected an award to mark the club’s double-winning success of 2014/15. 

The Bristol Sporting Club is celebrating its 50th anniversary  after being formed in 1967.

Bristol’s Chris Sanigar was also honoured for his services to boxing.

THUMBS UP: Bristol City director Doug Harman with boxing champion Lee Haskins.

Nigel Turner, Bristol Sporting Club committee member, said: “The Bristol Sporting Club raises money for amateur boxing in Bristol and the surrounding areas. Over the years it has raised hundreds of thousand of pounds to support amateur boxing in the region.”

Steve Gorvett, chief executive of Bristol Rugby, said: “It was an honour to collect this award on behalf of Bristol Rugby, to mark our promotion back to rugby’s top flight.”

Bristol City Football Club director, Doug Harman said: “It is great to come together as clubs and  celebrate sport in our city. 

“Lee Haskins  had a brilliant reception when he came to Ashton Gate last month and his success on the world stage highlights the importance of boxing in our city.”

You can catch the full report on the Subs Bench on Made in Bristol TV this Friday.