HOLLAND Shore Boxing Club's Harry Wigfall continued his progress when competing in his final skills contest.

Boxing on the Thetford show against the home club's Harrison Murphy, the classy Wigfall controlled all three rounds as he raised his workrate continuously.

Both boys started steadily, being careful.

However, Wigfall's footwork and hand speed kept him in front.

Both boys got more involved in the second round but the Holland Shore boxer kept Murphy on the back foot as steady combinations hit home.

Again, in the third round, Murphy tried hard, walking onto Wigfall but he was caught constantly with left hands as the more experienced Wigfall controlled matters in his final skills contest.