WILTSHIRE duo Lewis Roberts and Connor Gray both came through their latest bouts unscathed as they starred on Neilson Boxing’s latest Fight Town event.

The event saw a sold-out crowd descend on Swindon’s MECA where they watched nine fights in total on Saturday night.

Calne’s Gray was the first to enter the ring, and he was looking to continue his excellent run of form since making his debut.

The 23-year-old, who trains in Chippenham, faced Jamie Quinn over six rounds where showed good variety in his work and won every round on his way to a 60-54 decision on the scorecards.

The super-lightweight has now won all five of his professional contests.

Later on, Swindon’s Roberts was looking to repeat the feat when he came up against Ricky Leach in a four-round contest.

The Neilson Boxing-managed fighter demonstrated speed and tidy footwork as he navigated his way to his fourth win as a professional, remaining unbeaten.

Reflecting on the weekend’s action, Swindon-based promoter Mark Neilson says he was impressed by what he saw on Saturday night.

“At the start of the year we did a run of four shows in five weeks and that was really hectic, so we took a break in May and now we are back out again,” he said.

“The show was brilliant, we have some really good talent – it was more of a development card on Saturday but we are delighted to be back.

“We are seeing a bit of a new breed of professionals in the region. Next year, and the year after, these guys are going to be fighting for titles.

“Some of them stepped up a level in their opposition at the weekend and that provided them with a test to see if they’re good enough - they all passed that test.”

Elsewhere, there were wins for Dee Allen, Sam Little, Saqid Khan, Oluwatosin Kejawa, Bradley Townsend, Brad Ingram and Gary Sweeney.

Neilson Boxing’s next show will be at York Hall in London on Saturday, July 1 as the organisation continues its year of activity.

“We are working with Warren Boxing Management for the next show, and people can expect to see more 50-50 fights and area title fights,” added Neilson, who also revealed the outfit have had some positive conversations with broadcasters.

“Over the next couple of weeks we are speaking to BoxNation, we are looking at a 12 month deal.”