Jack's the lad

WEST HAM S Jack Herbert came of age when he starred in the bout of the night on the Hammers recent show, with a point s victory against the older and more experienced Naz Rafiq of Queensbury BC. Herbert worked well to head and body controlling the contes

WEST HAM'S Jack Herbert came of age when he starred in the bout of the night on the Hammers' recent show, with a point's victory against the older and more experienced Naz Rafiq of Queensbury BC.

Herbert worked well to head and body controlling the contest and making Rafiq work at his pace.

A powerful combination of punches from Herbert forced Rafiq to take a standing count in the second as the West Hammer clinched a fine win.

Alfie Price won on points against Tyler McCarthy of Five Star. Price was awarded best home boxer after a great display of counter-punching. Strong McCarthy ploughed forward, but time after time was punished by Price's speedy shots.

West Ham club captain Billy Morgan won on points against Jack Fletcher of Donnington in another 3x3 contest. Morgan controlled the bout from start to finish as Fletcher gallantly tried to battle on.

Billy Hodder won on points against Harry Eales of Stevenage. Hodder attacked from the first bell taking the contest to Eales and never allowing him to settle.

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Eleven-year-old Joe Walder maintained his unbeaten record with a points win over Javade Skeete of Newham in a competitive contest, which saw both boys give their all. However, Walder's last-round effort earned the verdict.

Chris Smith lost on points to Jordan Gill of Chatteris, while Patrick Ellis lost on points to Liam Davis of Donnington. Billy Andrews went down on points to Branden Fagen of Cheshunt.

West Ham's Harry Rogers boxed superbly to take a points victory against Tyler McCarthy of the Five Star Club at Harold Hill on Saturday.

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