Luke Keeler, Conrad Cummings, Isaac Lowe secure Windsor Park victories

Chris Roberts

Luke Keeler potentially set-up a rematch against Conrad Cummings with a 79-73 win over Dwayne Grant through eight. 

The middleweight was the far better of the pair and built on his recent shock win over Cummings with minimal fuss.

Meanwhile, Cummings got back to winning ways against the durable Nicky Jenman by claiming all six rounds with the ring official. Cummings can now boast a C.V of 14-2-1 as the Irishman bids to secure sterner tests down the line, including Keeler.

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Marco McCullough clocked up the 20th triumph of his pro career with a six-round decision win over Jordan Ellison. McCullough controlled the action to see out the super-featherweight contest 60-55.

On his pro debut, Stephen Donnelly out-pointed Kevin McCauley with a whitewash at light-middleweight, whilst Sam Maxwell took out Chris Truman in the third round of their light-welterweight bout.

Also making his first start in the paid ranks, Sean McComb halted Reynaldo Mora in the final round of four to begin his lightweight career with a bang.

Stephen Ward picked up an Irish title with a points verdict against Steve Collins Jr. Ward, a training partner of Carl Frampton, took a decisive eight-round decision win 79-75 to have his hands raised.

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Featherweight and Team Fury member Isaac Lowe kicked off proceedings with a routine 40-36 victory over Jose Hernandez.

The former European and British title challenger was a late addition to the card and warmed up easily for his forthcoming rematch with Ryan Walsh.

Prior to the main event double-header, welterweight Lewis Crocker eased to victory over journeyman William Warburton.

All pictures by Chris Roberts / Frank Warren