Nine Barum boxers took to the ring in the 18-bout show, with promising performances from the clubs young and experienced alike. The last of them to step into the ring was Rob Squires, whose bout against Wokings Danny Williams topped the bill. Squires, a former England youth champion, showed his class over the three rounds on the way to a unanimous victory. The Barum boxers left did most of the damage against Williams, with Squires hook landing well in the latter parts of the opening rounds and into the second. He opened up even more in the latter stages, putting on a performance the home crowd would thoroughly enjoy. It was a welcome win after three of the home clubs seniors fell just short of victory. Jordan Jones was on the wrong end of a split decision after the tightest of contests with Wessexs Kyle DArcy. Jones had kept things tidy throughout, hitting with two-punch combinations throughout, but DArcy worked hard in the final round to get the judges verdict. Nick Forrest was also on the wrong end of a split decision, losing to Torbays Niall Andrei Cabiong. Forrest started on the back foot, and couldnt quite find a way in under Cabiongs superior range in the opening round. Barton Hills Sam Little picked up a win over Barums Kai Avery. Avery got low and worked the body in the early exchanges but Littles range was a big factor, with the Barton Hill boxer using it to full advantage and forcing a couple of standing eight counts for the Barum boxer. Junior Aiden Friendship put in an assured performance against Langwiths Curtis Niehol. Friendship started at full throttle, getting in close and landing combinations to the body and head in the opening round and giving his opponent a bloody nose. He controlled the fight after that, using a range of shots to keep his opponent at bay and forcing a standing eight count in the second round. Barums youngsters showed plenty of promise earlier in the night. Jackson Passmore boxed well to get a unanimous win over Bodmins Ben Crowley. Harriet Lane worked hard over three rounds against Rourkeys Lily Deacon, but was on the wrong end of a split decision. Hickson Bishop and Nikki Patterson both showed plenty of promise in skills bouts.