BOXING: CREWE middleweight Sean Done earned his second win inside a week when he stopped Leyland ABC's Allan Booth last Wednesday.
Done forced the pace in the opening two rounds of the contest at Creation Nightclub in Hanley, and the referee intervened when he subjected Booth to further pressure in the third round of an entertaining contest.
Done had previously earned a debut victory against Hobbs Moat ABC's Gerry Morgan at a show in Shrewsbury.
Club colleague Phil Cliffe was next in action, losing a narrow points decision to Orme ABC's Leslie Eachi.
Crewe trainer Joey Singleton said: 'Eachi is a tall, slim lad with good boxing skills, but it was great experience for Phil and we have requested a rematch as soon as possible.
The final Crewe fighter on the card was talented welterweight Ian Clyde, who also lost a narrow points decision to Arrow ABC's John Prescott.
Singleton said: 'I think this was one of Ian's better performances since he moved up to welterweight and it gives him something to work on.'
Light middleweight Billy Boreham produced a devastating display to defeat 6' 4" tall opponent John Sheringham, of Aberystwyth ABC, at the Lord Hill Hotel in Shrews-bury, while young Crewe lightweight Tommy Stokes was edged out by Aston ABC's M Ikhlaq on the same bill.
Singleton said: 'All the boxers and train-ers at our club are looking forward to the final half of the season and we will be well represented at a number of shows.'