LIVE: Boxing NZ Championships - Day 3

The afternoon session can be view at the top of the article, while the evening rounds will be live at the bottom of the article.

The first two days of the re-scheduled Boxing New Zealand Championships has seen a number of hard-fought bouts.

Nine bouts opened the championships in Porirua on Wednesday.

Central North Island Youth Middleweight Tyson Peterson impressed in a solid tussle with Te Atetangi (Canterbury) in earning a 5 nil decision from the judges.

The last bout of the night had an early finish with Ali Asmatullah from the host association stopping Dan William-Morris in the opening stanza, in a preliminary Middleweight contest.

Day two featured a number of senior quarterfinals and semi-finals with the participants desperate to advance.

Auckland’s Wendall Stanley was too good for Ali Ismatullah (Wellington/Hutt Valley) in earning a unanimous decision. Tawhirimatea Toheriri (Shamrock) was taken a full three rounds of action by Connor Coppard, before getting the judges nod by way of split decision.

Marion Faustino Ah Tong (South Auckland) took out a five nil decision from Ryan Nolan (Taranaki) - with Dominic Roe (Auckland)  grabbing a split decision against Antoine O’Mainin (Wellington/Hutt Valley) in spite of sustaining a cut eye in the opening stanza.

The opening senior bout on day two, saw Christian Tiako (Canterbury) stop Vince Kelly (Canterbury Boxing Metro) in the opening round of their Light Welterweight contest.

Two Middleweight bouts, resulted in Neame Lavemaau (Shamrock) dispatching Tom Weastall (Canterbury) and Colton Seymour-Moir (Kirikiriroa)  getting past Trevor Swainson (Canterbury)

Jeshaiah Perelini won a all action Light Heavyweight contest against Canterbury teammate Sakhidad Ghazizada, with Timothy Easthope (Central North Island) winning his Super Heavyweight bout with Miracle Ki (South Auckland) by unanimous decision.

Day three's action will get underway at 1pm today. Watch the fights live above.

The afternoon session can be view at the top of the article, while the evening rounds will be live at the bottom of the article.