QUALITY boxing and a three-course meal were top of the bill on Friday night, as The Burgess Hall in St Ives hosted the annual Huntingdon Cromwell Rotary/ Cambs Police boxing evening. A specially selected group of 12 CAMPOL fighters took centre stage as they were pitted against pugilists representing a Northants/London team in front of a 400-strong capacity. The enthusiastic crowd witnessed excitement right up until the final bout, when Brad Nunley was awarded victory over Kaz Parllaky, after the Kettering fighter went down after catching Nunley with a swinging shot. The pair fell to the ground in a crumpled heap and, in doing so, Parllaky dislocated his knee and the contest was over. The Kettering man had his knee reduced and hobbled out of the ring, with Nunley claiming the only heavyweight bout of the night. Pick of the CAMPOL fighters was 14-year-old Ross Hellery who produced a performance far advanced of his years, claiming the scalp of Wisbech's Rocky Loveridge on a majority decsion. CAMPOL headcoach Mick Taylor was delighted with Hellery's mature performance against a much taller man.