Irish squad in Red Square Moscow

Irish squad in Red Square Moscow



The International Boxing Association are using the scores from all five judges at the AIBA World Youth Championships in St Petersburg, Russia

Previously, five judges scored a bout but only three judges’ scores were kept. However, all five scores are now being used. Click here for Day 1 results for example. No Irish boxers were in action today.

Meanwhile, Irish captain Brett McGinty, Paddy Donovan and Christopher O’Reilly will the first Irish boxers between the ropes at the World Youths tomorrow. St Petersburg is three hours ahead of Ireland.

Donovan is the first out at 10am (Irish time) tomorrow morning. Click here for schedule.




AIBA World Youth Championships St Peterburg, Russia

(Last 32 unless stated)

November 18th

60kg Paddy Donovan (Ireland) v Damian Durkacz (Poland) (Last 64)
69kg Brett McGinty (Ireland) V Kuattisak Promchuay (Thailand) (Last 64)
81kg Christopher O’Reilly (Ireland) v Kim Taek Min (Korea)

November 19th

49kg Jordan Moore (Ireland) v Salah Imberahim (Germany)
52kg Conor Quinn (Ireland) v Elio Crespo-Santos (Cuba)
56kg Eamer Coughlan (Ireland) Toltayayev Samatav (Kazakhstan)

November 20th

75kg Michael Nevin (Ireland) v Matej Uremovic (Croatia) or Mukhammadyusuf Akbarov (Kyrgyzstan‎)

November 21st

64kg Gabriel Dossen (Ireland) v Freudis Rojas Jnr. (USA)

November 22nd

(Last 16)

91kg+ Kevin Sheehy (Ireland) v Mahammad Abdullayev (Azerbaijan)

Irish squad

49kg Jordan Moore (Glasnevin)
52kg Conor Quinn (Clonard)
56kg Eamer Coughlan (Riverstown)
60kg Patrick Donovan (OLOL)
64kg Gabriel Dossen (Olympic)
69kg Brett McGinty (Oakleaf) Cpt
75kg Michael Nevin (Portlaoise)
81kg Christopher O’Reilly (Bracken)
91+kg Kevin Sheehy (St Francis)

Team manager: Stephen Connolly

Coaches: Billy McClean and John Conlan

R&J: Ben McGarrigle