IN what could be his last amateur bout, Bradford-based Mohammed Subhaan put on a clinical performance, to gain victory via unanimous decision.

Subhaan was facing Fraser Wilkinson and both were taking part in a England v Scotland boxing competition, hosted by Dewsbury-based club KBW.

Subhaan was looking to stamp his authority on the bout from the opening bell.

He took control the pace of the bout. Wilkinson tried establish his jab and gain some control. But every time Wilkinson threw his jab, the Bradford fighter would throw his overhand right to counter Wilkinson's jab.

Midway through the openin round, Subhaan stunned his opponent with a crisp bank hand hook combination. Wilkinson was trying to grab Subhaan, but he stepped back and landed a flush uppercut.

At the start of the second round, knowing that he had the advantage over his opponent, Subhaan started the second round just the like the first; on the front foot and with purpose.

Wilkinson was trying to box his way in and close the distance but every time he stepped in, Subhaan would catch him with his jab.

Sensing that he was behind in the fight, Wilkinson was trying to make up for lost ground, Subhaan took his onslaught to Wilkinson's body, to slow down his opponent.

Whatever Wilkinson tried to do, to gain some sort of foothold on the bout, was read by Subhaan and countered.

In the third and final round, Wilkinson knew he was behind on points. He was trying to apply pressure on Subhaan and trap him.

But the Bradford ace boxed well behind his jab and stayed composed. He boxed mostly on the back foot, picking his opponent off with some beautifully put combinations.

The frustration on the Scottish boxer was evident, but his opponent stuck to the game plan, and continued to outbox him.

Subhaan's hand was raised at the end of the bout, both boxers weighed in at 61kg and the bout was fought over 3xthree-minute rounds.

Not just showing his smarts in the ring, Subhaan has gone on to to achieve a distinction, distinction and merit awards level 3 BTEC mechanical engineering.

He has been offered a place at Sheffield Hallam University to study aerospace engineering. He is always hoping to turn professional and make his debut later on this year.