PEMBROKE and Pembroke Dock ABC attended the Trostre Boxing Show with all three of their boxers on the card recording wins.

Neil John opened the night, taking on Daniel Dennis of Penyrhael, having lost his previous bout on a split decision.

Neil got off to a fast start with his eye catching combinations and foot work, and the 10-year-old scored a unanimous decision to noch the first win of his boxing career. 

Next up for Pembroke was Dylan Scott.

Dylan, since coming down to middle weight this year, has boxed four bouts, and enjoyed four wins.

The Pembroke coaches have been delighted with his progress, work rate and attitude - and Dylan started his bout quickly using his reach.

His opponent, Brandon Thickett, was at distance, and by cleverly landing combinations to the body and head Dylan maintained the pressure for three rounds.

The strong opponent was always dangerous, but rarely troubled Dylan, with the latter being awarded a unanimous decision to a standing ovation from the crowd.

Ben Steele followed his brother into the ring after 18 months out - against a very powerful looking Daniel Massey.

Steele’s opponent came out with a flurry of hard punches, which were defended well by Ben.

He held the middle of the ring, and as his opponent attacked again, Ben caught him with a fine upper cut, which sent Massey to the canvass.

The brave Aberystwyth fighter got to his feet, and tried gamely to come forward, but walked into a combination which forced the referee to stop the contest.

Just when the crowd thought all the excitement was over, Dylan was called back into the ring, to receive the best boxer of the night trophy from the hosts, Trostre ABC.

Jim Dwyer, coach at Pembroke and Pembroke Dock ABC, said it was a perfect end to an outstanding night of work for the club.