IT proved to be a successful night in the ring for Worcester ABC boxers on Friday.

The duo of Tyler Lawrence and Connor Seery (pictured) celebrated comprehensive victories in Tipton against their respective opponents, both winning inside the second round.

Schoolboy Lawrence faced T Doody from Wednesbury ABC and Lawrence dominated from the off, using his straight shots to cause problems and there was little response from his opponent. 

In the second round, the Worcester boxer upped the pressure and continued to throw multiple straight shot combinations, overwhelming the Wednesbury boxer and forcing the referee to step in to provide a standing eight count and stopping the contest in favour of Lawrence.

Next up was Seery and it was a similar tale. He faced P Timmins, also from Wednesbury ABC, who attempted to pressure Seery with his stocky build, but was met with the Worcester boxer's solid jab.

In the second round, Seery was putting his straight shots together and landing the telling shot of his rear hand which was jolting his opponents' head back and this caused the referee to step in and deliver a standing eight count and again stopped the contest in favour of Seery.

On the Saturday, boxer Tyler Bryce faced A Kumar from Cleary's ABC, a fighter who had recently beaten Bryce in the National Association of Boys and Girls Clubs Championships. 

The Worcester boxer produced a good display of boxing but this still wasn't enough to unsettle Kumar and his opponents' rear hand speed was the key point scorer throughout the whole bout which led him to victory by unanimous decision.

Following the three fights, coach Mick Underwood said: "It was a strong performance from Tyler Lawrence and Connor Seery, both stamping their authority and really letting the shots go.

"We knew Tyler Bryce was against a good lad as previously seen in the championships. There is no other way to put it other than he was beaten by the better man on the night."