Wednesbury ABC pushed through four of the seven fighters they had involved in the West Midlands stages of the National Ambition Boxing Championships.
Declan Millward, Kyle Shirley, Sam Evans and Jack Wood all progressed. Kashif Khan and Dillon Rattu both lost, while Jake Doody pulled out through illness.
The county round took place on West Midlands soil at Donnington Sports & Social Club in Telford on Sunday afternoon, Millward on at 54kg in Class A, for boxers born in 1997.
He used straight shots to defeat Tamworth's Lewis Pritchard by unanimous points decision while Shirley, at 63kg, excelled to see off Pleck's Rocky Lee, by majority.
The heavy-handed Evans took out Pleck's Haran Bains at 57kg in Class B - for fighters born in 1996 - with a stiff straight right hook to the body in the third and final round.
Wood received a bye at 57kg in Class C – combatants born in 1995 – but Rattu had to fight at 54kg and was outpointed unanimously by Sam Holt, from Nechells in Birmingham.
Khan lost at 63kg in Class B to the talented Alex Florence, from Ledbury in Herefordshire. Wodensborough's Benjamin Whittaker was in action at 66kg in Class A.
Whittaker was up against Joseph Shakespeare, from Lions ABC in Dudley, and attacked from awkward angles to trick his opponent on route a unanimous points decision.
Great Wyrley ABC entrant Reece Roberts had a bye in Class B at 63kg but club-mate and twin brother Mitchell, at 60kg, pulled out with a shoulder injury.
Dudley fighters also progressed in the West Midlands stages with junior ABA champion Connor Jones, of Lions ABC in Dudley, boxing well to see off the capable Westley Sykes.
Jones triumphed unanimously on points against Sykes, from Captiol ABC in Coventry, and advanced alongside club-mates Zishaan Hussain, Irslan Hussain and Zachariah Edge, who had byes.
But Joseph Shakespeare - son of club trainer and former national ABA finalist John – and Assad Junaid both lost on points and bowed out of the competition.
Shakespeare faced Wodensborough's Benjamin Whittaker at 66kg in Class A – for boxers born in 1997 – and was on the wrong end of a unanimous points decision.
Junaid was also unanimously outpointed in Class C – combatants born in 1995 – at 71kg against the talented Ashkan Taleghani, from Studio ABC in Coventry.
Reece Scriven, from Priory Park ABC, was defeated at 50kg in Class A by Solihull's Andy Palmer, putting up a fight but going down by majority points decision.
Club-mate Aaron Adams had a bye at 57kg but most box next against Capitol's Levi Chandler. Elsewhere, James Beech saw off George Vernon to move forward.
The Pleck ABC amateur was a majority points victory over gutsy Wolverhampton ABC opponent Vernon in Class A – for boxers born in 1997 - at 54kg.
Beech didn't get up the gears as he would have liked but stood firm to fend off a determined Vernon, who bombed forward desperate to progress in the competition himself.
Wolverhampton ABC will still have a presence in the next phase at the same venue on Thursday night. At 75kg in Class C, for fighters born in 1995, Carnell Brown had a bye.
Pleck duo Liam Etheridge and Ryan Burrows progressed through byes at 54kg and 63.5kg respectively, as did Zohaib Hanif at 66kg in Class A.
Walsall Wood ABC fighter Josh Beech will box a West Midlands final against Redditch Sporting Community's Jake Birch at 70kg in Class B next weekend.
Club-mate Shaun Cooper, at 63kg, has pulled out with an ankle injury.