Heavyweight Preye Ozeke was in determined mood as he saw off the challenge of Oxford University rival James Ogg inside a round at the Kassam Stadium.

The Oxford Boxing Academy claimed nine wins from a possible 13, with Ozeke’s spark-ling display topping the bill.

Using his extra height and reach, Ozeke rammed in the jab to open up his rival’s guard and stunned him with a solid right to prompt a standing count inside a minute.

A left hook had the same impact and – although Ogg had his gloves up ready to continue – referee Jack Wilson waved the bout off as the opening session drew to a close.

Middleweight Alex Jerome also finished his work early – a penetrating right to the body forced Cheshunt’s Joe Collins to sink to his knees and unable to beat the count in the closing seconds of round two.

And in the same division, Sam Palk used straight rights and more precise three-punch clusters to outscore University southpaw Mark Jones.

Welterweight Malcolm West crowned his ring baptism with a third round stoppage over Oxford University’s Felix Levy.

A solid right prompted a standing count midway through the second period and the same weapon yielded the same result in the following round to prompt Mr Wilson to call a halt.

And middleweight Robert Pidduck claimed another success against the students by landing the better combination shots to emerge with a clear margin over Michael O’Keefe.

Ben Morris – another middleweight – claimed the lone University success of the night by edging out Matt Hilton in a slugfest that enthralled the capacity crowd.

Cruiserweight Jeremy Heaney bowled over MK Victors opponent with four hook combination midway through the clash en route to a clear points success.

A more precise right hand proved to be the deciding factor as welterweight Daza Usher outpointed Luton Shamrock’s Danny Mulhearn over four rounds.

Teenage light welterweight George Stevens gave the host gym a winning start tom the evening by landing the more solid shots in the final round to get the nod over Sandy’s Nesim Mustafa.

Bantamweight Bradley Townsend added a second junior success by claiming a narrow victory from the judges over Milton Keynes rival Sean Wood.

But light welterweight Ben Kaluza was unlucky not to get the nod after a tense four-round encounter with Sandy’s Ermail Mustafa.

RESULTS SENIOR Welterweight (69kg): M West (Oxford Academy) stopped F Levy (Oxford Uni) RSC; D Usher (Oxford Academy) outpd D Mulhearn (Luton Shamrock) unan.

Middleweight (75kg): R Pidduck (Oxford Academy) outpd M O’Keefe (Oxford Uni) unan; P O’Donnell (Cheshunt) outpd S Reese (Oxford Academy) unan; B Morris (Oxford Uni) outpd M Hilton (Oxford Academy) unan; A Jerome (Oxford Academy) stopped J Collins (Cheshunt) KO rd 2; C Gould (City of Gloucester) outpd M Zadeh (Oxford Academy) unan; S Palk (Oxford Academy) outpd M Jones (Oxford Uni) maj.

Cruiserweight (86kg): J Heaney (Oxford Academy) outpd J Gray (MK Victors) unan.

Heavyweight (91kg): P Ozeke (Oxford Academy) stopped J Ogg (Oxford Uni) RSC round 1.

JUNIOR Bantam (54kg): B Townsend (Oxford Academy) outpd S Wood (MK Victors) unan.

Light welter (64kg): G Stevens (Oxford Acaedemy) outpd N Mustafa (Sandy) unan; E Mustafa (Sandy) outpd B Kaluza (Oxford Academy) maj.