The last-eight bouts will be decided over three sessions beginining at 10am, 2pm and 6pm (Irish times) in Germany.
Joyce and Sean Crowley box this morning followed by John Paul Hale, O’Leary and Ownie McDonagh this afternoon.
Cork flyweight Owen McDonagh meets Russia in the 3rd bout in the evening session to complete a busy day for Irish boxing on the German/Poland border.
Irish amateur boxing is proudly sponsored by Liffey Crane.
Brandenburg Youth Cup Frankfurt/Oder Germany
52kg Owen McDonagh (Ireland) v Nikita Sevostyanov (Russia)
56kg John Paul Hale (Ireland) v Rasual Hamad (Germany)
60kg David Oliver Joyce (Ireland) v Rakhat Seitzhan (Kazakhstan)
64kg Pierce O’Leary (Ireland) v Talgen Shaiken (Kazakhstan)
75kg Sean Crowley (Ireland) v Vadim Andreyev (Belarus)
91kg Owen McDonagh (Ireland) v Hassan Hagag (Austria)
60kg David Oliver Joyce (Ireland) beat Mert Caliskan (Germany) 3-2
64kg Pierce O’Leary (Ireland) beat Aman Poorasghar (Germany) 5-0
69kg Christian Preston (Ireland) lost to Timur Nurushev (Russia) 0-5
81kg Jack Lawlor (Ireland) lost to Georgy Gubeladze (Germany) 1-4
49kg Adam Hession (Ireland) v Massimo Spada (Italy)
49kg Adam Hession (Monivea)
52kg Owen McDonagh (Leeside Lough)
56kg John Paul Hale (Star)
60kg David Oliver Joyce (Ballymun)
64kg Pearce O’Leary (Dublin Docklands)
69kg Christian Preston (Dublin Docklands)
75kg Sean Crowley (Arklow)
81kg Jack Lawlor (Thurles)
91kg Ownie McDonagh (St Annes)
Team Manager: Gerry O’Mahony (Dungarvan)
Coaches: Phil Sutcliffe (Crumlin) & Stephen Friel (Illies GG)
R&J: P McEvoy (Avona