European U/22 champion Amy Broadhurst claimed gold at the Golden Girl Box Cup in Boras, Sweden yesterday.

But European Youth and Junior champions Daina Moorehouse and Lauren Dempsey had to settle for silver.

Broadhurst convincingly beat Russia’s Alexandra Ordina in the light-welter final on a unanimous decision to take home the 64kg title.

But Dempsey was unlucky to lose on a 3-2 split verdict  to Thailand’s Olympic and World Youth champion Panpatchara Somnuek in the featherweight decider.

“I thought I done enough to win it and so did my coaches and everyone else in the stadium. But I’m delighted with my performance as she’s a year older than me and is the World and Youth Olympic champion, I hope I will get her again,” said Dempsey of the Ryston BC.

Moorehouse was beaten on a unanimous decision by Thai light-fly and World Youth silver medallist Nillada Meekon in the 48kg final.

A number of Irish athletes competed in Boras. Please click here for all results.

Dublin’s Baldoyle BC also impressed in Boras with their 4-strong team bringing home 3 gold and 1 silver.

Robyn Preston secured gold with no one in her weight.

Megan Coleman earned gold with an excellent display of boxing winning her first fight on a unanimous decision and winning her semi final and final with stoppages.

Ellie Preston won her final with a first round stoppage.

Emma Flannery won her first fight very convincingly and put a great display in the final against a Russian girl who is 3 times European and 2 times world champion with over 200 fights to end up with a silver.

Baldoyle was ranked 5 overall in the competition out of 45 clubs featuring much higher than national teams and much bigger teams.

Abbey Gibbons of Cherry Orchard BC also attended with the Baldoyle team and put in an excellent display of diploma boxing against a French girl that went on to claim gold.

Pictures: Broadhurst, and Moorehouse in Boras.