The St Andrew's Sporting Club met for the first time this season, on what was as always a memorable night at the Radisson Hotel.
The evening saw debutante Callen McAulay outpoint the handy Pal Olah over four rounds. McAulay utilised his southpaw stance throughout, as he cruised to a 40-36 points victory in impressive fashion.
Kash Farooq was in sensational form, as he demolished his tough, cagey opposition in the first round, picking up the first stoppage of his career. The Untouchable one now looks ahead to November 23 as he squares off against Scott Allan in a British Bantamweight title eliminator.
Martin Harkin produced a sensational display as he stopped the ever game Craig Kelly in two rounds. Harkin landed a perfect left hook to the head of his Paisley counterpart in round 2 with Kelly unable to beat the count. Harkin will now look ahead to progress in his career and up the title ladder.
The main event saw Aberdeen based Marek Laskowski outpoint Inverness' Andrew Mackay over ten rounds and in the process picking up the Scottish Lighweight Crown, becoming the first Polish fighter to ever do so.
Both fighters gave it their all throughout the contest, however, Laskowski's cleaner punches is what separated the fighters as the he picked up the points victory.
Iain Wilson of St Andrew's Sporting Club gave his take on the evenings action.
"Tonight was an excellent evening of action. The food at the Radisson Hotel was once again excellent and we witnessed some hard fought well matched contests.
"We are all looking forward to the next meeting of the St Andrew's Sporting Club on November 23rd which will see Kash Farooq and Scott Allan battle it out for the Scottish Bantamweight title and the British Bantamweight Title Eliminator."