WORCESTER City ABC fighters enjoyed a successful night during the public show at Perdiswell Leisure Centre.

Recording six wins from nine contests, their boxers displayed tidy skills and high levels of fitness.

In his first contest, 11-year-old Ryan Smith faced a strong and aggressive Alex Moule, of Ludlow ABC.

Smith struggled to deal with the early pressure, spending most of the first two rounds on the back-foot.

His left jab began to work well at the end of the second and third but he left it a bit late to impress the judges, who gave Moule the split decision win.

Schoolboy Grant Attwood beat Dean Matthews, of Greater Manchester’s Astley VIP, by a clear unanimous points margin.

Attwood used various punch combinations to rack up a healthy lead.

Following his left jab came well-timed left hooks and right upper cuts to seal victory.

Competitive schoolboy Michael Cullen, on his debut, beat Will Foley, of Stratford.

He did not give Foley any breathing space, pursuing his opponent with hard, straight punching, and was rewarded with his first Worcester win.

An outstanding display by junior Trent Smith won the day over an experienced Sam McClean, of West Yorkshire’s SYD Ringside.

A determined Smith set his stall out early, matching McClean’s work-rate and edging in front with the sharper jab.

He gathered momentum as the bout progressed, trapping his opponent on the ropes and unloading hard combinations.

Schoolboy Aqeel Ahmed lost on a narrow points margin against Scott Evans, of Wodensborough, Wednesbury.

In his first outing for the club, he battled hard against Evans but could not match his movement and boxing skills.

Schoolboy Cammran Baig put in the performance of the evening with a third-round stoppage of Chris Amoir, of Yeovil.

Baig’s southpaw back-hand was the telling punch with Amoir having no answer.

Almost every punch thrown found the target and, coupled with fast combinations, it was enough for the referee to call a halt during the third.

Bantamweight Anis Shabir outpointed Peter Gullious, of Oxfordshire’s Windrush Valley.

Shabir lost the first round and it was not until the end of the second that he really got going.

Continuous straight punching from the Worcester boxer sealed victory in the latter rounds.

Middleweight Rhys Williams faced James Marvin, of Ventnor ABC from the Isle of Wight.

Williams started the better with Marvin struggling to match his work-rate.

But Marvin began to find his range and caught Williams against the ropes.

A crashing right hand dropped Williams hard on the canvas.

He got to his feet at the count of four but the Worcester corner decided to retire him at this point.

His brother Matt Williams rounded the night off well for Worcester with a non-stop assault on Martin Clowes, of Stoke’s Five Towns ABC.

The light heavyweight powered his way to victory in the first round.

Williams tore into his opponent from the first bell, landing hurtful hooks against a shell-shocked Clowes.

With 30 seconds remaining of round one, the referee had seen enough and saved Clowes from further punishment.