Mijit Najib with trainer Keith Palmer
Mijit Najib with trainer Keith Palmer
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A host of Sheffield clubs featured at the Colley Club show in Parson Cross last week.

Winning in all-Sheffield affair was Lane Top’s Zeeshan Maughal, who got the better of home fighter Nathan Owen.

Devon Ward got revenge for Parson Cross with a split decision victory over Lane Top’s Abdul Saeed.

Mitchell Osborne of Parson Cross topped the bill and won a spit decision against Highfield’s Danny Speilman. Callum Bennett also registered a home win.

Harry Wright of the home club also came out on top of his bout with taller White Rose boxer Jordan Leech.

Parson Cross’ Kieran Wilson beat Wigan’s Chas Jones to stretch his unbeaten start to his amateur career.

St Vincent’s Ruben Alvez won in a decisive contest against Spire’s Josh Sears. With a win apiece, this third bout for bragging rights was edged by Alvez.

Graham Neill of St Vincents was beaten on a close split decision by Halifax Star’s Peter Davies.

Manor duo Kieran Scholey and Bright Mpofu both featured on a show in Newark.

Scholey got the better of Brodsworth’s Cameron Baker but Mpofu was beaten by Tom Waite of the home corner.

Steel City’s Dalton Smith beat Halifax’s Alex Hanson in the first round of the England Youth Championships at Havercroft Leisure Centre.

Smith, who’s also been named as a GB Talent squad member, was too strong for Hanson and blew him away sharply.

Sonny Boy Price of Steel City ABC was put out by Lane Top’s Mijit Najib.

Aseel Lahsoon of Lane Top progressed with a walkover.

Sheffield City ABC also had mixed fortunes at Havercroft with Nohmaan Hussain going through but Ryszard Lewicki heading out.

Hussain beat England representative Harvey Lambert on points.

Darren Ashton and Harrison Barton of Parson Cross both appeared in skills bouts.