Sean McComb will get Ireland’s European Championships campaign underway versus the Czech Republic today.
In a change from the provisional program, the light-welters are out today and McComb meets Erik Agateljan in the last 32.
McComb will be in the ring at approximately 5.30pm today (Irish time).
Joe Ward, the current European champion, is the No. 1 seed in the light-heavy class.
European Elite Men’s Championships Kharkiv, Ukraine June 14th/25th
64kg Sean McComb (Ireland) v Erik Agateljan (Czech Republic)
56kg Kurt Walker (Ireland) v Severiane Childaze (Georgia)
69kg Steven Donnelly (Ireland) v Sergei Sobylinski (Russia)
60kg Pat Mongan (Ireland) v Artur Bril (Germany)
75kg Emmett Brennan (Ireland) v Bartosz Golebiewski (Poland)
52kg Brendan Irvine (Ireland) v Bathuhan Citfci (Turkey)
91kg+ Dean Gardiner (Ireland) v Viktor Vykhryst (Ukraine)
81kg Joe Ward (Ireland) v Matus Strnisko (Slovakia) or Bou Diabra (France)
91kg Darren O’Neill (Ireland) v Ramazazaqn Musilimov (Ukraine) or Pawel Jakubowski (Poland)
52kg – Flyweight – Brendan Irvine (St Pauls)
56kg – Bantamweight – Kurt Walker (Canal)
60kg – Lightweight – Patrick Mongan (Olympic)
64kg – Light-welter – Sean McComb (Holy Trinity)
69kg – Welterweight – Steven Donnelly (All Saints)
75kg – Middleweight – Emmett Brennan (Glasnevin)
81kg – Light-heavy – Joe Ward (Moate)
91kg – Heavyweight – Darren O’Neill (Paulstown)
91+kg – Super-heavy – Dean Gardiner (Clonmel)
High-Performance Director/Head of Delegation: Bernard Dunne
Head Coach: Zaur Antia
Coaches: Dmitry Dimitruc, Jimmy Payne, Eoin Pluck
Physio: Seamus Caffrey
Doctor: Jim Clover
Strength & Conditioning: John Cleary
Performance Analysis: Alan Swanton