A BUMPER crowd of more than 400 people turned out for Cleary’s annual Home Show.
First up was 13-year-old Harvey Calder who proved he was more than ready for a competitive bout.
In the performance of the night, 12-year-old Aman Kumar took on Jordan Spencer (Bulkington ABC) where he proved he has a big future in the sport.
Kumar dominated from the start and was not afraid to mix up his game.
The Campion School student started to push ahead with Spencer tiring.
The third round was much the same as Kumar won by a unanimous decision.
The next match was between Josh Finch and Jake Turner (Frankie Gavin ABC) which the former lost narrowly on points.
Satty Singh showed his fitness in the latter stages of each of his three rounds to win by a comfortable unanimous decision against Jamie Ledbury (Wodensburgh ABC), while fellow Cleary’s boxer Gary Mandizha claimed a unanimous victory against Coventry Boys’ Karifala Dore.
Ricky Atwal also picked up a gutsy unanimous decision against Tafari Rouse (Pat Benson Boxing Academy).
The bout of the night saw Jordan Tamara, in his last fight for Cleary’s before moving up to Sheffield University to study, beat the previously unbeaten George Sutcliffe from Manchester on points.
As usual Danny Quartermaine provided the fireworks to round off the show in his 60th contest at just 21 years old.
Fields was no push over but Quartermaine was mixing up his game as the atmosphere began to electrify.
The MC for the day had to keep reminding the crowd to be quiet as the boxers could not hear the referee’s instructions or the bell.
Quartermaine eventually won by a unanimous decision.