HENRY’S Gym boxers Rob Magill and Hughie Wilson both recorded comprehensive victories at the Oldham Leisure Centre.

The pair are trained by York boxing legend Henry Wharton, who fought for world titles three times during his own career, and his emerging stable of professional out of his Acomb gym.

Magill secured a second win from as many fights with a 40-36 points decision victory against Genadij Krajevskij over four rounds.

The first round passed by without too much significant action, with Magill content to work away at the body of Krajevskij, who was constantly retreating.

A sharp left hand upstairs was all Magill landed to the head against the Lithuanian’s tight guard.

Sticking to his plan, Magill continued to fire scoring but not hurtful shots to the mid-section.

He had to move sharply around the ring and he did land a rare combination in the third which drew cheers from the crowd but a shake of the head from Krajevskij.

Wilson was victorious on his pro debut against Dale Arrowsmith, also winning every round.

The first-timer made an eager start, launching into attack from the first bell, which was met by an array of taunts from his veteran opponent.

Those antics soon turned into semi-regular nods of appreciation though as Wilson worked more methodically to the body.

Wilson’s work was accurate and consistent but lacked the power to seriously trouble Arrowsmith.

Meanwhile, fellow Wharton-trained prospect John Patrick Harker had been due to fight on the same bill, but his opponent pulled out.

He was set to return to the ring on October 23 at Sheffield’s Ponds Forge Arena, though that show has since been cancelled.