The event was held at Bowhill Community Centre in Cardenden, with European Junior champion Niamh Mitchell topping the 15-bout card.
The event was also a homecoming for Niamh on her home show, following her exploits in Italy last October as she became the first Scottish female boxer to win a major international Gold medal.
The 16-year-old defeated Canada’s Kelsey McPhee, who was part of a group of boxers who had travelled from Brantford Black Eye Boxing Club in Ontario, Canada especially for the event, by comfortable unanimous decision with a composed performance.
There was a number of terrific contests on the card, with a lot of other Scottish female boxers getting the chance to showcase their talent.
Much credit goes to Bowhill Miners Boxing Club’s James White and Tam Wilson, and Doonhamers Boxing Club’s Anne Armstrong for organising the event.
“Niamh Mitchell was fantastic in the main event and it was a great way to finish the show.”
Doonhamers Head Coach Anne Armstrong said: “This is just the start, this was the tester.
“The talent that was in the ring was phenomenal.
“There is a great calibre of female boxers which are about to push through our circuit.
“We are planning to do it again next year, and have it here every year in this area and build it every year.”