Three promising Carlisle boxers came back with gold medals from a major competition in Sweden.
Border City Amateur Boxing Club trio John Joe Carrigan and Mitchell and Mason Watson all won the Gripen Cup.
They represented North West England in the event.
And there was another accolade for 15-year-old Carrigan, who was named boxer of the tournament.
It was a successful Scandinavian trip for the three young Cumbrians.
Mason Watson, 12, took over his Swedish opponent in Saturday’s final.
“He boxed really well and took a unanimous decision,” said Border City ABC trainer Ian Archibald.
Mason’s cousin Mitchell, 15, then surged to victory.
“Mitchell’s opponent pulled out on Saturday so he had a straight final on Sunday, and he boxed beautifully – a real textbook performance to win,” Archibald added.
“John Joe had two tough fights. The first one on Saturday was against a really strong Swedish guy, and he put it on John Joe – I’ve never seen anybody put it on him like that.
“But he regrouped in the second, went back to his boxing and picked him off.
“It was a master class in the end as he found his range with some lovely shots with great footwork and ring craft.
“He also scored a unanimous win.”
It was the latest in a string of titles for national schoolboy and regional champion Carrigan.
“The club is over the moon with the performances of the three boxers,” Archibald added.
The North West region team took eight gold medals, four silver medals and two bronze medals in total and was also named the best team of the tournament.