Nyngan had their gloves on show as hundreds turned up for the Shed Boxing Club's 2019 Fight Night.
Included in this year's 20 bout 'Red Dirt Dust Up' fight night, 11 young local competitors each had their turn vying for titles.
The main event saw Nyngan's Sonny Knight take on Duke Dean from Lightning Ridge for a 78 kilo NSW state senior title.
Dean took on the fight at short notice, and after four two-minute rounds of tactics, Knight took home the title.
Post bout Dean thanked his team and the crowd for supporting the fight.
"I come from the ridge so there's not much out there at all, opportunity-wise, so when there's fights like this out in Nyngan we love it," he said.
"So thanks for everyone coming out."
Knight also thanked the crowd and the Shed Boxing Club owner Troy Richards for his support.
"I'd like to say thanks to Troy, for training us and putting this together," he said post match.
This year the Rowen Cleaver-Danny Nash memorial trophy for the 'gutsiest' fighter of the night went to Sonny Knight.
Fight of the night was between Nyngan's Will Richards and Cooper Hodgson from Bathurst. The fighter of the night was Will Richards.
The Shed's Troy Richards thanked the crowd for supporting the Shed Boxing Club.
"Thanks to the boys from the Shed boxing club they had a really good night, thanks to the boxers, but without the people that come and support everyone we can't do fight nights every year so thanks everyone for turning up," he said.
"See you next year."