A CROWD of over 300 people were entertained by a charity boxing show at the Three Counties Hotel in Hereford.

A number of local boxers in action, with the event hosted by Hereford Boxing Academy.

Hereford's Carl Barlow got the action underway with a junior skills fight against Ollie King of Kings ABC, Cheltenham before fellow member Zak Price fought Birmingham City's Adam Deam Mahmood.

Price performed well and his fitness showed in the final round, with officials awarding him the bout.

Another youth bout then took place between Jake Price and Harvey Hawkins, from Wildstar.

Price had been undefeated in his last three bouts with Hereford Boxing Academy and started in explosive form.

The final round was a full-on fight, but Price was in complete control and won the match.

Cameron Heggie also performed well for Hereford, beating Richard Beeb of Trelweis ABC, South Wales by unanimous decision.

Heggie was the underdog against his more experienced opponent and was recovering from an injury.

He also sustained a heavy nose bleed during the fight, but fought back well to win, which saw him named best in house boxer on the night.

Other Hereford boxers that fought on the night were Tom Beech, Steve Phillips and Chris Reidy, but they lost to Mohammed Kabeel, Jordan Radford and Harley Vastaloo respectively.

Money raised on the night went to Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP).