GREY Ranks produced their most successful amateur boxing show night to date on with five wins on home canvas for their boxers.

Two of their fighters also took part in skills bouts in a great night of boxing at Weymouth Pavilion. Lewis Jackson took part in his first skills bout, showing some good stamina and skills.

Joshua Golden participated in his final skills bout before he moves on to box competitively for Grey Ranks, with a promising future ahead of him.

Tyrese Cooper lost by split decision against a boxer from Camborne ABC, while Natan Liro stopped a boxer from Bristol in his bout with an incredibly composed display of skills for a young boxer.

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Jacob Spence, in his first competitive bout, had his first win on points in a hard-fought competition against a boxer from Poole ABC. 

Rachel Rumley performed cleanly and won her first bout for Grey Ranks by stoppage versus a Bodmin ABC boxer.

Ryan Grubb showed speed and skill and won by unanimous decision against his opponent from Ilford ABC.

And in the final bout of the night, Reece Rathbone worked hard and fast and won on points against a Bridport boxer.

The trophy for the best bout went to Jacob Spence, awarded because he showed skills and massive heart in his first bout.

Boxer of the night was Natan Liro for a fantastic display of multiple quality skills.

Grey Ranks wished to say a massive thank you to all the boxing clubs, officials and sponsors for their time and help.

Grey Ranks Boxing Club will be back at Weymouth Pavilion for their next home show on Saturday, February 10.