28 new National U18 Champions crowned.

After 5 days of boxing and over 110 bouts, the 28 U18 champions have been crowned in a high-octane day of finals at the National Stadium, Dublin.

  1. 44kg Emily Midwinter (Rosslare) W/O
  2. 44kg Jaidan Buckley (St Teresa’s) W/O
  3. 46kg Sophie Curley Grey (Dealgan) beat Ella Thompson (Setanta), 5-0
  4. 46kg Tiarnan Cunningham (Dealgan) beat Rico McInerney (Portlaoise), 4-1
  5. 48kg Tiffany Spencer (Jobstown) beat Nicole Ahern (Golden Gloves M), 5-0
  6. 48kg Scott Thompson (Spartans U) beat Antonio Bozkaya (East Meath) 3/2
  7. 50kg Carlagh Peake (Ballyhaunis) beat Jamie O’Rourke (St Mary’s NR) 3/2
  8. 51kg Jamie Collins (Drimnagh)   beat Daniel Philips (Ratoath) 3/2
  9. 52kg Grace Conway (Tredagh) beat Siofra O’Halloran (Ballynacargy), 5-0
  10. 54kg Nicole Kinsella (St Marys NR) beat Niamh Keogh (Olympic L), 5-0
  11. 54kg John Connors (Common Quay) V Kai Griffin (Avona) w/o
  12. 57kg Aliyah Flood (Monkstown D) beat Breanna Johnston (Tredagh)
  13. 57kg Martin McDonagh (Avona) beat John Harty (Portlaoise), 5-0
  14. 60kg Siofra Kenny (Curadh) beat Georgia Stewart (Darndale), 5-0
  15. 60kg Jack Johnson (Marble City) beat Jack McNamee (Olympic L), 5-0
  16. 63kg Ava Henry (Dublin Docklands) beat Siofra Lawless (Four Kings), RSC2
  17. 63.5kg Ryan Jenkins (Olympic L) beat Johnathan O’Donnell (Charleville), 5-0
  18. 66kg Kyla Doyle (Whitechurch) beat Saoirse McCarthy (St Pappins) RSC1
  19. 67kg Ryan Connolly (Setanta) beat Thomas Ward (Olympic C) 3/2
  20. 70kg Sarah Murphy (St Brigids K) beat Jodie Byrne (Top End), 5-0
  21. 71kg Tadhg O’Donnell (Four Kings) beat Grigorii Onipchenko (Celtic Eagles), 5-0
  22. 75kg Nell McLoughlin (Eagle)  W/O
  23. 75kg Edward Barrett (Titans) beat Daniel McDonagh (Geesala) 3/2
  24. 80kg Padraig Corduff (St Annes) beat Shay O’Dowd (Swords), 4-1
  25. 82kg Ellie May Mahon (Enniscorthy)  W/O
  26. 86kg Tom Stokes (Athlone) beat John Phoenix (Four Kings), 5-0
  27. 92kg Brandon McKelvie (Clonard A) beat Paddy Sweeney (Galway), RSC2
  28. 92+kg Adam Olaniyan (Jobstown) beat Franco Ernjes (Saviours Crystal), RSC2

Watch Live – with StreamSport and JWPlayer

These championships marked the debut of IABA’s live-streaming partnership with StreamSport and JWPlayer – which means every national championship bout this year will be broadcast, here

This is a significant step in ensuring that the cream of Irish boxing is available to friends, family and clubmates who aren’t in a position to travel to the National Stadium, including to boxers’ supporters all over the world.

Irish boxing fans from throughout the island of Ireland have tuned-in, as have fans in the England, Scotland and Wales, the US, Australia, Switzerland, Poland, Belgium, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates.

Bout Footage:

We know that clubs and boxers need to review bout footage for performance analysis – so all footage of a given day of boxing will be available, and free to access, on IABA’s YouTube channel 3 days later. National U18 Championship preliminaries, quarter finals and day one of the semi finals have been up-uploaded.