KYLE Tweed sent fight fans home happy from Leominster Sports and Social Club.

Tweed had been outpointed by Reuben Johnson (Pat Benson’s) in a light-heavyweight clash in Hereford in December.

But with his home crowd behind him, Tweed won unanimously to claim the Boxer of the Night award from Leominster Police Boxing Academy’s show.

Tweed looked tired, but the 24 year old's heart pulled him through. Tweed took some clean punches in the last, but every time, he fired back.

Leominster heavyweight Jordan Acaster was all over southpaw Thomas Asquith (South Wye) from the opening bell.

He bloodied his nose with rights and kept the heavy punches coming until the South Wye corner pulled Asquith out before the last round.

Louis McGrath was another quick winner for Leominster.

The 16 year old overwhelmed Nichita Dimitrov in the opening round.

McGrath was straight down to business, pumping out straight punches to have Dimitrov looking disorganised. The referee gave him a standing count and McGrath kept blasting him with clean rights to force the stoppage.

There was unfinished business between welterweights Luke Jones (Leominster) and Cameron Heggie (South Wye).

Jones had won a meaningless technical decision in Hereford during December after cuts ended their bout inside the opening minute.

Heggie proved too strong in the rematch, handing Jones two counts on the way to a unanimous win.

The first count came late in the second when Heggie shifted his feet smartly to crash a heavy left hook onto Jones’s jaw and he landed several clean head shots early in the third to force another before Jones rallied.

In a junior bout, Joe O’Driscoll (Leominster) was spirited in defeat to Ajay Tutt (Aston) and clubmate Ollie Chatwin Hamlin lost a split to Noah Davies (Wellington) despite landing plenty of clean punches in the last two rounds.

Bromyard teenager Jed Weaver ignored a bloodied nose to put his punches together nicely in his unanimous win over Raul Teodoresu (Scrappers) and Hereford Boxing Academy’s Charlie Waybourne jabbed his way to victory over Eduardo Getov (South Wye) in a battle of southpaws.

Clubmate Tom Beech was outpointed by Safwan Saleh (South Birmingham) in one of the best bouts of a good night’s boxing.