THE funeral for the late Kelty boxer Connor Law will be held tomorrow (Friday).

The 26-year-old died tragically last Monday and tributes to him flooded in from the West Fife community and Scottish fight scene.

Connor, who was a member of Glenrothes Boxing Club, turned professional in 2014 and won all of his 13 subsequent bouts.

Following his death, Nicholas Hamilton, along with some of Connor’s other close friends, launched a crowdfunding campaign to “give our brother and (the) village’s hero the send-off he deserves”.

After an initial target of £2,000 was surpassed, donations continued to pour in with more than £16,600 raised by yesterday morning (Wednesday).

Connor is survived by his parents, Kaye and Gary, and his sister Courtney.

His funeral service will take place at Kelty Parish Church on Friday at 10am and thereafter at Beath Cemetery at 11am, to which all relatives and friends are respectfully invited.