LAISTERDYKE Boxing Club's entry of six boxers saw off impressive opposition to win four gold medals at a major tournament.

The three-day Hull Box Cup is one of the biggest events in the north of England, attracting over 300 competitors – including some from Australia.

Brothers Quie and Patrick Coleman won at 32kg level, while Billy James Hughes triumphed at 40kg and Blaine Lambert was victorious at 46kg.

First up in the Olympic-style event was 11-year-old Quie, who earned a decision over Michael Miller (Glenrothes Boxing Club) before defeating tall local Armit Dhesi, again via a unanimous verdict.

Patrick, who was born in 2003 and recently became the Golden Gloves national schoolboy champion, received a walkover into his final, where he faced an all-West Yorkshire clash with previously unbeaten Lewis Benson (KBW Boxing Gym, Dewsbury).

Yet Patrick did not take a backward step in claiming another gold, again on a unanimous points decision.

Billy, also born in 2003, outboxed decent fighter Sonny Rossington (Smokey's Boxing Academy) to gain a unanimous points decision in his semi-final before facing Tony Doherty (Chadwell St Mary's Gym) the following day.

Doherty had won 19 of his 21 bouts but Billy proved a smart and skilful opponent to take the verdict on points.

Finally, Blaine – who was born in 2002 – began by taking a split decision from Northallerton southpaw Paulo Tolentino and followed that by defeating Ryan Brown (Golden Ring) in the final, using all of his experience.