It was a mixed night for local boxers at MTK’s boxing dinner at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Friday.

Drumchapel super lightweight Ahmed Ibrahim came out with a convincing win over Jamie Quinn, winning every round on the way to a 40-36 victory.

However Knightswood heavyweight Jay Carrigan-McFarlane was beaten by Sheffield’s David Howe, losing to the Sheffield man for the second time in his career as a professional.

Ibrahim bounced back from his defeat to Cori Gibbs in May with a comprehensive victory.

The 24-year-old was scheduled to fight Rhys Saunders, but due to a late change Quinn stepped in his place.

The Stockport fighter was making his 50th appearance in the ring since turning pro, but the night was all about his opponent.

Ibrahim overpowered Quinn from start to finish. While he was caught several times by his opponent, it was more down to sloppiness as he was so comfortably in front.

The next fight of the night was the much awaited rematch between Carrigan McFarlane and Howe.

Howe won controversially last time around as the teenager looked to exact his revenge over the Englishman.

Jay took the fight to Howe, but his superior height and reach was able to pick off the Knightswood fighter, his jab breaking through on a number of occasions.

Whenever Carrigan-McFarlane gained momentum it was quickly stopped by Howe, and he was able to see out the fight 59-56, with the Knightswood fighter looking frustrated at himself at the end of the fight.

Other fights on the night was an exhibition match between Iain Butcher and Gary Murray, and Paul Kean extending his winning streak against Jordan Grannum over six rounds.