Bideford Amateur Boxing Clubs show on Saturday promises to be one for all of the family. Thats especially true for a family from Appledore. Andy Short, his son Josh and daughter Grace all feature on Saturdays bill, a feat that has rarely been seen in boxing. Richard Grigg, who trains the family, said: Weve never had three people from the same family on the bill, and Ive never seen it anywhere Ive been. The family started at the boxing club four years ago, with Andy watching his son Josh and his eldest daughter train. Andy said: I was just bringing them, sitting on the seat and watching them to save me going back to Appledore. Eventually the father started training with the club to improve his fitness levels, until Grigg persuaded him to fight for the first time at the Durrant Hotel in 2013. He boxed, and he won. Boxed really well, but he said that was going to be his only one. Andys eldest eventually left the club, while Josh continued to progress until he was ready to fight competitively. The chance to fight on the card with his son was enough to persuade Andy to box again, and both won their fights at Bideford College last year. Then Grace joined the club. The 13 year-old has been with the club for less than a year, but has progressed well enough to earn herself a fight on Saturdays schedule alongsider her brother. Grigg saw the opportunity and persuaded Andy to fight one last time. He said: Shes been getting better and better and shes ready to box. Andys going to do one more, so if he wins this hell have won three from three, and he was never going to box! For the family, its not just about fighting together on the match card. Andy said: I feel proud to be on the bill with them. Its nice that I can see my kids enjoy it and its getting them exercise and making friends. I think we push each other in exercising. Its a bit of a competition really but Im proud of them all stepping in the ring.