DESPITE being in its infancy Bromyard Boxing Club members are already packing a punch and impressing at local shows.

The boxing club firstly saw fighters compete at Almond Boxing Academy in Doncaster, where Jed Weaver, Quinn Seabright and Leighton Cross produced some well schooled performances.

Neil Haycock, head coach at Bromyard Boxing Club said: "I'm very happy with all three performances, they showed a lot of composure and their skills are developing nicely."

Following on from that success two further Bromyard fighters, Tyson Biddle and Sam Muirehead entertained a packed out show at the Three Counties Hotel in Hereford.

Haycock added: "Both fighters are going places in the sport, Tyson puts in the work in the gym and this pays off with a great performance.

"Senior boxer Sam Muirehead boxing at 69 kilogrammes powered his way to a second round stoppage looking very confident in his first amateur bout.

"We are hoping to get Sam out again before Christmas, and then we will be looking at competing in tournaments during in the New Year."

Bromyard Boxing Club will be holding their first show on the November 30, at Queen Elizabeth Humanities College in Bromyard.

For more information about Bromyard Boxing Club or the show call Neil on 07487 238036.