WORCESTER City had seven boxers representing the amateur club in a public show at Perdiswell Leisure Centre.

Schoolboy Camaraan Baig got the home crowd going with a hard-fought victory over Liam Gould, of William Perry ABC.

Baig stole the first round as accurate two-punch combinations caught his oncoming opponent.

The remaining two rounds saw Gould up his work-rate as the southpaw tired.

A skilful contest with terrific counter-punching saw Baig win by a split decision.

Schoolboy Grant Attwood continued Worcester’s winning ways by outpointing the more experienced Charlie Sloan, of Triumph.

The straight-punching city fighter set a steady pace and continued to the final bell.

Sloan replied with a more varied range of punches but Attwood’s consistent jabs and long rights won the day.

Junior Trent Smith revenged a recent defeat by Michael Maughan, of Small Heath, with a majority points victory.

No quarter was given as both battled hard in a crowd-pleasing contest.

Maughan started each round strong, pushing Smith back with heavy punching.

But the determined Smith took the fight to Maughan and trapped him on the ropes.

Smith set the record straight in the final round as a series of hard head shots sealed the contest in favour of a delighted Worcester boy.

Junior Ikraam Baig faced Tom Barter, of Tewksbury, in an extremely close bout.

A tense opening round made way for heavy late exchanges.

Barter’s work-rate in the end was the telling factor and he was declared the winner.

But the Gloucestershire fighter left the ring with blood pouring from his nose after damaging right hands from Baig.

Khateeb Shabir produced some of the best boxing of the evening but lost on points to Farhan Aslam, of Eastside.

Correct punching without holding was a pleasure to watch but Aslam’s skill was too much for Shabir. Meanwhile, featherweight Jon Roberts battled hard against the tough Ben Ogunbudede, of Pleck.

The inexperienced Ogunbudede was incredibly strong with Roberts being more defensive than usual.

Hard rights from the Pleck boxer were met with three-punch combinations from the Worcester boxer.

Experience showed with fast body and head attacks from Roberts winning the bout on points.

Middleweight Amar Hussain faced the rough and aggressive Jack Williams, of Aston. Hussain boxed well against his relentless opponent but struggled to match the pace in the later stages and was defeated.