Daniel Her­bert watches Pauls beat Ather­ton for win no. 10

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HAR­LOW-BASED Newquay puncher

Brad Pauls moved his un­beaten pro record into dou­ble fig­ures with a con­vinc­ing six-round points win over

Wil­liam War­bur­ton at Tot­ten­ham Green Pools & Fit­ness.

Mid­dleweight Pauls pro­duced all the qual­ity work, thump­ing the body es­pe­cially well, but Ather­ton’s canny War­bur­ton used his ex­pe­ri­ence to reach the fi­nal bell where he lost 60-55 for ref­eree Chas Coak­ley.

Chunky Palmers Green cruis­er­weight Nick Parpa walked onto a Dmitrij Kali­novskij right that rocked him in round three be­fore re­assert­ing him­self with solid hooks to outscore the Lithua­nian, 59-55 on Mr Coak­ley’s card.

The two other sixes on this Good­wins pro­mo­tion billed as “Ti­ta­nium” were less event­ful, with ref­eree Lee Cook hand­ing 60-55 ver­dicts to Seven Kings su­per-wel­ter

Sean Robin­son over Is­ling­ton’s

Jor­dan Gran­num, and to Hitchin su­per-light­weight Tom Ansell over Can­ning Town south­paw Lee Hal­lett.

Pop­u­lar Louis Isaacs and Dana Zaxo pleased their fans with points vic­to­ries that were more event­ful than the 40-36 scores sug­gest.

Long-armed Ply­mouth Mo­hamed Mah­moud marked Isaacs un­der the left eye be­fore the su­per-light­weight Londoner got in­side and sub­dued him with hooks (Cook ref­er­eed). Mean­while, Ham­mer­smith light-heavy Zaxo had Jev­genijs An­drejevs reel­ing with club­bing rights but couldn’t quite fin­ish the south­paw Lat­vian vet­eran (Coak­ley ref­er­eed).

Hayes su­per-light­weight Jack Ne­wham looked ahead on points when, in the last of four rounds, a left hook from Ne­wark’s Fonz Alexan­der sent him crash­ing face down, his nose bleed­ing. Ref­eree Cook waved it off im­me­di­ately and af­ter med­i­cal at­ten­tion Ne­wham was all right, al­beit ex­tremely up­set at los­ing his un­beaten record. Only one minute 14 sec­onds re­mained.

Two more fours brought 40-37 ver­dicts from Mr Coak­ley in favour of Neas­den light­weight Jerome Camp­bell, who showed a good left jab against awk­ward Dean Evans of Here­ford; and Strood heavy­weight Louie Dar­lin, who out­worked Gran­tham debu­tant Miles New­ton Willing­ton.

THE VER­DICT Pauls is ready to move up a level.

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