PADDY Fitzpatrick-trained boxer Morgan Cole was crowned super-middleweight national champion following a sensational destruction of Freddie Ley.

Showing composure that would often come from a seasoned veteran, Cole made sure he earned his title with some smart shots.

Marshall Meacock was involved in a gritty bout against Jack Deane – Sevenhills ABC – in his final bout, but won via unanimous decision.

John Issacs was also crowned champion after his scheduled opponent became ill and could not show up.

The week prior, Sam Stringer and Issacs experienced mixed results in the semi-finals of the Novice National tournament.

Stringer boxed beautifully while showing good ring presence against his opponent from Waltham Forest ABC, but the referee gave the fight to Stringer’s featherweight opponent by a single punch.

Issacs fared much better however - stopping his opponents from Hockwell ABC in the second round of their super-featherweight clash.

Issacs later admitted that watching his clubmate lose in controversial circumstances was the driving force behind such a dominant victory.

Marshall Meacock secured a unanimous decision in his super-featherweight clash thanks to a tidy display of clean power punching - though Meacock was fighting in a different stage bracket to Issacs.

It was not such good news for Josh Davies however as the light-welterweight narrowly lost out in a thrill-a-minute- encounter against Christopher White.

Davies appeared to have White on the ropes in the first two rounds and the latter was given two standing counts, but White went on to show excellent composure to land some shots of his own in the final two rounds.

White went on to win the finals, as did Samuel Stringers’ opponent.