BOURNEMOUTH'S Matty Legg can count on the support of Cherries star Junior Stanislas for his Southern Area title bout tomorrow.

The 25-year-old middleweight is due to lock horns with Grays puncher Tey Lynn Jones at Bournemouth's O2 and boxing fan Stanislas will be among those hoping for a home victory.

Stanislas met Legg when Cherries players and coaching staff visited Bendall's Gym in Parkstone in October and Legg has since trained the winger's twin sons Alex and Jacob.

Legg told the Daily Echo: "I met him the time the Bournemouth players came to the gym and he messaged me about training his twin boys.

"He's come up a few times and is a lovely bloke. He walks in the gym and says hello to everyone and is really humble. I think that's the way to be in life."

Unbeaten Bournemouth cruiserweight Chris Billam-Smith is also on the 'Time to Shine' bill, with Romanian southpaw Gheorghe Danut his opponent.

But Legg will take centre stage in a 10-round contest, in which he will attempt to win the crown he missed out on in October having lost to Danny Butler on points.

"A title fight in your home town what dreams are made of," he said. "I think I deserved another shot and I'm feeling really confident."