Seven boxing bouts were staged in Riyadh ©Saudi Games

Three boxing divisions were claimed in dominant fashion at the Saudi Games, with Hadil Ashour, Muhammad Al-Kreidis and Rakan Al-Thaqafi all winning unanimously in Riyadh.

Ashour was the first to achieve such a feat with her victory against Raghad Al-Nuaimi in the women's under-60-kilogram event, while Noura Hantol and Reham Kamal settled for the bronze medals.

Next came Al-Kreidis as he outfoxed Ziad Al-Majrashi in the ring at the Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium to seal the men's under-60kg title.

Thamer Al-Matrafi and Rashid Mohammed completed the podium following their semi-final defeats yesterday.

Al-Thaqafi was the last to seal a unanimous win following his bout against men's under-67kg opponent Mohammed Salem, with Hussein Hawsawi and Mostafa Nada taking bronze.

Meanwhile, Abdualaziz Al-Otebi was the only fighter to triumph via forcing the referee to stop the contest in his tie against Mohammed Azebi in the men's under-54kg class.

Omar Machnawi and Nayef Al-Hudhaifi collected bronzes in this division.

Salman Hamada rounded off the men's competition by taking the under-80kg crown with a majority decision.

Joining them on the podium with the bronze medals were Mostafa Nada and Abdulaziz Al-Khazim.

In the other women's events, Sarah Al-Shahrani topped the under-50kg podium for a majority decision win against Kulthum Hantol, with Aml Qassem and Manahel Al-Otaibi claiming bronzes.

Khadeja Al-Mahii was next to taste victory after beating Sarah Yahya by the same result in the women's under-54kg division.

In this case, the bronze medals went to Seta Al-Salem and Manal Bamoada.

At the King Saud University Arena, Raif Al-Turkistani won the first of three karate titles.

He became the men's kumite under-75kg champion thanks to a win over Khaled Al-Sheikhi, as Taha Naitah and Ali Barnawi picked up bronzes.

Saleh Al-Quwai came out on top of the men's kumite under-84kg competition following a finals win against Muhammed Al-Maliki.

The last of the fencing duels at the Saudi Games were staged today ©Saudi Games
The last of the fencing duels at the Saudi Games were staged today ©Saudi Games

In this case, the bronze medals went to Mohammed Al-Asiri and Faraj Al-Nashiri.

Sanad Sufyani wrapped up the karate competition by winning the men's kumite over-84kg class against Said Qaffas, while Amjad Masoud and Abdulrahman Faisal secured bronzes.

Inside the Al-Riyadh Club, Jawad Ali Al-Dawood and Ruba Mohammed Al-Masri sealed the final two fencing gold medals on offer.

Al-Dawood triumphed over Zakaria Abdullah Al-Dawood in the men's épée event, with Hussain Hani Al-Taweel and Fasial Hazem Abed settling for bronzes.

Al-Masri achieved success in the women's sabre category after besting Danah Hadi Al-Qahtani in the final.

Making up the rest of the podium were Ahad Osama Al-Muammar and Alhsna Abdulrahman Al-Hammad, who won bronzes.