CHEPSTOW Boxing Club’s annual show was declared "a huge success” by the club’s head coach Steve Woods.

The show, at Caldicot’s Severn View Club on Saturday, was a sell-out as boxers, their supporters and spectators from a wide area converged on the venue to watch high standard amateur boxing.

“The show was fantastic with an electric atmosphere,” Woods said later.

“We had three wins and six losses but all were fantastic.

“Two boxers really stood out 13-year-old Patrick Mullane not only won his bout against Edward Corcoran, a very good boxer but was given the Best Schools Boxer of the Show award.

Free Press Series: Terry Mullane (left) in action against Tyler Gibbs

Terry Mullane (left) in action against Tyler Gibbs

“Riley Anstice (16) was also on top form winning his bout, taking the Best Bout of the Night and Best Overall Boxer awards.

“Others in the show for Chepstow were 11-year-old Jack Joy in a skills bout, 13-year -old Jesse Williams boxed Hamzi Sarah of Midlands club Pound for Pound losing a split decision and Terry Mullane (13) won a unanimous decision over his opponent, Tyler Gibbs of Cwmbran.

“As always I am extremely proud of all my boxers. Patrick Mullane made my day with his fantastic performance and all the others represented our club well and have learned a lot.”