HOLLAND Shore Boxing Club's William Dragisic scored his sixth win this season when outpointing Norwich City's classy David Pagado in a lively encounter at Lowestoft.

Pagado began sharply with long, loose left hands and good foot movement.

Dragisic tried to ease forward, working with combination punches, with his opponent maybe just edging a close first round.

Dragisic closed the distance and had a good second round as heavy combinations found the target, connecting with heavy head shots.

Pagado would not be denied, though, and was always trying, even though he was now being out-punched.

With both looking to come out on top after two tough rounds, Pagado stayed on the outside with fast hand speed.

However, Dragisic kept working, throwing constant combinations and keeping the Norwich boy backed to the ropes as he ground out a tough but unanimous points decision to make it six wins from eight contests this season alone.

Moving on to a Five Star show at Harold Hill, Holland Shore's young Blake Housman also showed his skills when up against Fairbarn House youngster Mobeen Hussein.

With Hussein having a little age and height advantage, Housman had to dig deep in the first round as Hussein's long left hands found their mark.

Housman got involved and closed the gap as he began slipping inside left-hand leads to connect with heavy left hooks to share a tough first round.

Again in the second, Housman's workrate looked impressive as he kept walking on to Hussein with heavy combinations which unsettled the Fairbarn House lad, with Housman now controlling matters to win a good second round.

As the action continued, the Fairbarn House boy began to tire in the third round as Housman connected with combinations to both head and body to run out a convincing unanimous points winner.