WORCESTER City Amateur Boxing Club recorded five wins from six contests during the annual dinner show at Sixways.

Juniors Lewis Nash, Trent Smith, Usman Multoni, Annis Shabir and Rhys Williams were all victorious but there was defeat for Michael Mooney.

First up for Worcester was schoolboy Nash, who beat Andrew Lewis of Burton on his debut.

Nash kept his composure throughout and controlled proceedings.

He used good footwork to evade a Lewis onslaught and scored well with perfect right hands to his opponent’s chin.

Nash won the bout by a clear unanimous points margin.

Smith boxed Kevin Morris, of Synwell ABC, in a hard fought but untidy affair.

Both were keen to stamp their authority on the bout, but this saw them getting tangled and holding close in.

Smith scored well with left hands to win on points.

Multoni produced one of his better displays to out-point Chris Cooper, of Sydenham.

Cooper applied the pressure early on and Multoni used good footwork to escape the pressure.

The Worcester boxer mixed his punches well, stopping Cooper in his tracks with well-timed right hands.

An entertaining contest saw Multoni win by a split decision.

Shabir had a score to settle with Josh Phillips, of Burton ABC.

Having lost in a previous encounter, Shabir was quick to set the record straight.

He forced the pace with hard punches and, during round two, applied the pressure to force the referee to give a standing count.

The hard straight punches from Shabir continued for the remainder of the contest, resulting in a clear points victory.

Williams continued the city club’s winning streak by stopping James Brookes, of Tudorville, near Ross-on-Wye, inside a minute.

Heavy punches landed against the head of Brookes from the start left the referee with no choice but to stop the fight.

The only loser from the Worcester corner was lightweight Mooney against Ricky Carangan, of Black Country ABC.

Counter-punching southpaw Carangan proved too skilful in the first two rounds, catching Mooney with straight lefts.

Despite a late rally, that proved enough for Carangan to get the split decision from the judges.