Topping the bill was Jack Langford, who was in the ring for the first time since 2017 to take on Bonymaen's Oliver Didcott. Langford started well behind jabs and straight shots, and finished the first round with a left hook that left Didcott off balance. The Bonymaen boxer changed things up in the second round, and was happy to wait for Langford before counter-punching, although Langford was able to get some powerful shots through. An even final round saw both trade exchanges, but it was Didcott who took a split decision victory, much to the dismay of a vocal home crowd. Bideford seniors Billy Stanbury and Jamie Croarkin were victorious earlier in the evening. Stanbury was a unanimous winner over Devonport's Jordan Cogley. The Bideford boxer enjoyed success with his left over the course of the bout, landing a couple of hooks early on as he held the middle of the ring. A strong finish to the second round put him on top before a back-and-forth final round saw both boxers trade heavy blows. Croarkin used his jab well against Bridport's Ben Pascoe, but caught a couple of right hooks along the way. He upped the tempo in the final round, and a flurry of punches in the dying moments of the fight helped him to a split decision win. Bideford club captain Kohan Kennedy impressed with a unanimous win over Sydenham's Will Marles. Kennedy moved well throughout and landed some powerful shots over the course of the youth match-up. He landed some ferocious two-punch combinations in the second round and kept things tight in the last to take the win. Jackson Passmore was also a winner on the night, taking a unanimous decision against Pembroke's Neil John in the first bout of the evening. Jacob Stevenson and Lewis Cornish were on the wrong side of the scorecards. Stevenson lost by a unanimous decision to Lympstone's Louis Silk, while Cornish was on the wrong end of a split decision against Pembroke's John Probert. There were plenty of other North Devon boxers in action too. Phoenix Boxing Academy's Aiden Friendship and Neil Brooke both earned impressive wins. Friendship was a split decision winner against Downend's Brad Smith, while Brooke opened up the second half with a unanimous victory over Bridport's Jude Heighton. Torrington's Matt Arnold was a unanimous winner against Intense's Tommy Weeks. Barum's Kai Avery was on the wrong end of a unanimous decision against Intense's Connor Adaway.