Bideford Amateur Boxing Club has held its annual awards presentation.

In attendance was professional middleweight champion Tommy Langford and also a squad of 14 Welsh boxers who stayed with the club over the weekend for sparring and training.

The club has continued to go from strength to strength with more wins and bouts than the previous season, hosting two sell-out shows and continuing development in the new gym with a second floor and solar panels on the roof.

Most improved Junior went to Josh Short, while the top-achieving junior was Callum Cunningham.

Cunningham won four bouts out of four, including three by stoppage.

Most dedicated junior was awarded to 11-year-old Freddie Wright.

The most improved senior winner was Lewis Mckenzie, and the top achiever was Jack Langford.

He won the Western counties title for the second consecutive year and his ABA run earned him a ranking of fifth in England

Most dedicated senior went to Alex Dovell. The Durrant Belt was awarded to Aiden Vitali, who stopped his opponent in the second round of his first bout for two years, before adding three further victories.

Ben Owen won the Bideford Vs Barnstaple Belt for beating Liam Laird on points at his home show.

The girl award went to Ebony Webber, whose influence has seen many more girls joining the club recently.

Jack Langford was named club captain for setting high standards in the ring, in training and the way he conducts himself out of the ring.