ANOTHER St Joseph's boxer could be set to fight for a title on the Sanigar Events show in Newport next month.

Cefn Fforest's Robbie Turley’s challenge for the Commonwealth super-bantamweight crown against Ashley Lane (12-8-2) was announced in August.

It will be Turley’s (18-6) first fight since winning the belt at the same venue in April 2017, after which he received a 12-month suspension for mistakenly taking a banned substance.

While last week news broke of Welsh champion Gavin Gwynne’s showdown with English champion Myron Mills (12-0) in an eliminator for the British lightweight strap.

Unbeaten Gwynne (9-0), from Trelewis, became number one in Wales nine months ago courtesy of a points victory over Cardiff’s Henry Janes.

And yesterday it emerged that Dan Barton (3-0-1) will face Geraint Goodridge (2-5-2) with the vacant Welsh middleweight belt at stake, although the bout is still waiting to be sanctioned by the British Boxing Board of Control.

Newport's Barton should hear by the end of this week if he is to fight for his first title in the paid code.

Meanwhile, St Joes’ 2012 Olympic silver medallist Fred Evans (5-0) is going to have a sixth straight pro win in his sights when he squares up against Englishman Ryan Toms at the Newport Centre on October 27.

Toms (15-15-3), a former Southern Area super-welterweight champion, has won two of his last 13 contests.

Ebbw Vale’s European super-flyweight queen Ashley Brace (8-0-1) has a 10-rounder to look forward to against an as yet unnamed opponent.

And there are debuts for new St Joes pro Robbie Vernon, who locks horns with Barry’s JD Jones (0-2) in an all-Welsh affair, and Gavin Rees-trained Jake Tinklin.

Fellow Welshmen Nathan Thorley, Kristian Touze and David White Jnr are also on the bill.

Meanwhile, Tredegar’s Ricky Rowlands has revealed that he is the latest addition to the Rees stable at Pantside ABC.