FIGHTERS from Bromyard Amateur Boxing Club were treated to a bumper crowd at their home formal dinner show.

Pictures: Cliff Williams

The show consisted of 24 boxers, eight of which were boxing for their home town Bromyard.

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First up was young star Libby Haycock, aged 11 in her debut skills bout against Tamworth's Millie Gibson.

Second out for Bromyard was Jack Hartwright in his skill bout against Triumph Boxing's William Dobbins.

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Finally, Aleks Striunga came out next against Cwigors, Llewelyn Spurway.

Ledbury's Tyler-Lee Reeks got the amateur fights underway winning with a stoppage beating Louis McGrath-Webb (Leominster).

Boxer of the evening Jed Weaver (Bromyard) impressed with a third round stoppage in his first amateur fight.

Sam Muirhead (Bromyard) had to dig deep to win his third amateur bout against Marius Chitoiu in a fight which went the distance.

Well supported Louie Simon was next to please his followers pulling out all the stops beating Luke Kelly of Hulton Abbey.

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Finally Bromyard ABC's Alex Stockwell versus City of Hereford Boxing Academy's Luke Powell.

The two boxers were toe to toe all of the way both showing that they were very worthy opponents, ultimately Powell won with a split decision from the judges.

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The event was made possible by the clubs events organiser Stacey Haycock, head coach Neil Haycock, and team, Matt Seabright and Nick Gibbons.