PADDY Fitzpatrick has reason to be optimistic for the future, after three of his amateurs recorded wins in recent bouts.

Marshall Meacock, Morgan Cole and Lewis Roberts all fought and recorded unanimous points victories over their respective opponents – boosting confidence further.

Meacock was first up, and controlled his fight against Hockwell’s Hamza Khan well.

As the fight progressed, Meacock expressed more freedom in his boxing – the pressure proved too much for Khan as Fitzpatrick’s’ young hope recorded a points win.

Morgan Cole won in similar fashion when going toe-to-toe with Ruislip’s Reece Smith.

Cole’s bout followed a similar pattern to the evening’s earlier bout for Meacock. Cole used his reach to keep Smith at bay before piling on the pressure in the later stages of the contest – earning another points win.

Featherweight Lewis Roberts – who will turn professional next year – also fought, coming up against a strong counter puncher.

Having spent 11 years under the tutelage of Fitzpatrick, Roberts’ latest bout ended in victory.

He picked his shots and moments skilfully and used his footwork to his advantage – earning another unanimous points win.

Fitzpatrick expressed his thanks for Malmesbury ABC head coach Mike Reece for allowing his youngsters to fight under their banner.