Ireland claimed 17 medals in World and European competition this year in Asia and Europe.
Three Elite medals were won by Kellie Harrington, Christina Desmond and Katie Taylor who has since turned pro.
Ireland’s male boxers, meanwhile, took home four medals from the World and European Youth Championships, while four podium positions were earned at the European Juniors.
Ireland’s schoolboys, maintaining a proud tradition of having won medals at every European Schoolboy Championship since the inaugural tournament in Rome in 2003, took home two gold and four bronze for the 2016 edition of the tournament in Croatia.
Edward Donovan, William Hayden and Jason Myers won Ireland’s three gold medals in 2016.
AIBA World Women’s Elite Championships Astana, Kazakhstan
64kg Kellie Harrington (Glasnevin) (Silver)
European Junior Championships Kaposvar, Hungary
46kg Terry Donoghue (St Michaels Athy) (Silver)
52kg Martin McDonagh (Glen) (Bronze)
57kg Edward Donovan (OLOL) (Gold)
66kg Jack Conroy (Mullingar Elite) (Silver)
European Youth Championships Anapa, Russia
52kg Terry McEntee (Old School) (Bronze)
60kg Oliver McCarthy (Brian Dillon’s) (Silver)
48kg Cain Lewis (Ballymun) (Bronze)
54kg Francis Maughan (St.Marys Dublin) (Bronze)
56kg Patrick Collins (Baldoyle) (Bronze)
59kg Jason Irwin (Castleblaney) (Bronze)
65kg William Hayden (Crumlin) (Gold)
68kg Jason Myers (Titans) (Gold)
European Women’s Elite Championships Sofia, Bulgaria
75kg Christina Desmond (Fr Horgans) (Bronze)
AIBA World Youth Championships St Petersburg, Russia
64kg Gabriel Dossen (Olympic) (Bronze)
75kg Michael Nevin (Portlaoise) (Bronze)