BURY Amateur Boxing Club enjoyed a bumper weekend as four fighters claimed wins and another had a successful skills bout.

Abdul Khan kicked it off with a unanimous points win in an ABA-run Rotary Club fundraiser at Doncaster Dome on Friday night.

The 15-year-old saw off Sandrino Mirga, of Gladiators ABC, over three rounds.

Golding Makela was in fine form in a Natbridge ABC show at Leyland Gardens.

Makela, aged 16, stopped homegrown opponent William Whittaker in the second round of their 70kg bout.

On Saturday, Patrick Gaynor, aged 15, earned a unanimous points win against Astley VIP's Kade Robinson in their 54kg fight at Oldham Leisure Centre.

And Yousef Khan, aged 14, completed a 53kg skills bout against Chadderton ABC's Scott Shrianne at the Oldham Boys ABC show.

Sarah Dunne finished off the weekend in style as one of two North West fighters to win in a national female boxing gala held at Tottenham Community Sports Centre in London.

Dunne was part of a six-strong North West Warriors team. The Bury ABC boxer beat Xian Blackman-Price, of Heart of Portsmouth BC, via a unanimous decision on points.

The annual fundraising event, called This Girl Can Box, is arranged by Harringey Boxing Club coach Terri Kelly.

Dunne said: "It is a great show to be part of and a fantastic idea – to give women an opportunity to show off their skills in a show of their own.

"I am speaking to some coaches from the North West to see if we can do a return show against the south early next year so if any readers would like to sponsor the event or if you run a venue and what like to stage it then please let us know."