The best could still be yet to come.

A hat-trick of wins for Barnsley boxers at a sold-out Doncaster Dome has paved the way for bigger title fights for Brampton's Josh Wale, Darfield's Robbie Barrett and Andy Townend from Shafton.

Manager Stefy Bull revealed that Barrett's first English lightweight title defence over Grimsby's Kevin Hooper has all-but cemented him a tilt at Scott Cardle's British crown live on Sky Sports in Glasgow on April 15.

Wale's win has made him mandatory challenger for the British bantamweight title, although it's unclear whether champion Ryan Burnett, from Belfast, will vacate the belt or defend it.

According to Bull, Matchroom Sports' Eddie Hearn is interested in promoting Townend's forthcoming challenge against Lancashire's Jon Kays for the Commonwealth super-featherweight belt following Townend's routine 40-36 win over journeyman Liam Richards. There is a possibility that that fight could feature on the Kell Brook world title fight undercard – reportedly set for Sheffield United's Bramall Lane on May 20.

Bull admits to it being an exciting time for Barnsley boxing after a weekend when Wale became his third national champion from the town after Townend and Barrett. He said: "No sooner has one show finished but it's all go again. It's great that we have champions from a small town like Barnsley and this is not the end of the journey yet."