(Please note that there has been two changes to Friday program from previous communication – September 12)
Please scroll down for running order for weekend’s Senior Cadet internationals with England in Offaly and Kildare.
Both nations go head-to-head at the St Brigid’s BC on Friday and the St Michael’s Athy BC on Saturday. Boxing begins at 6pm on both evenings.
Following the completion of the National Senior Cadet Championships, Ireland’s young male and female prospects have been training in Dublin for the last two weekends after getting the call up to represent their country.
The internationals are part of the build up toward next month’s European Junior Boys and Girls Championships in Anapa, Russia.
(Note that programs are subject to change)
Irish amateur boxing is proudly sponsored by Liffey Crane
46kg Breda Quilligan (Rathkeale) v Alex Brown
46kg Cian O’Toole (St Davids) v Jack Dryden
48kg Chloe Gabriel (Mulhuddart) v Megan Bainbridge
48kg Adam Kinsella (St Marys New Ross) v Joe McGrail
52kg Aliyah Butler (Monivea) v Courtney Scott
52kg James McDonagh (St Pauls) v Sahil Khan
54kg Keelan Roche (St Aidans) v Ellis Price
57kg Barry O’Connell (Sliabh Luarchra) v Junaid Boston
60kg Siniann Glynn (Cloghan) v Danielle Marshall
63kg Eve Woods (St Bernadettes) v Ciara Hodnett
80+kg Darragh Farrell (St Josephs Edenderry) v William Howe
75kg Jason Myers (Olympic) v Tommy Fletcher
50kg Elizabeth Lloyd (Ballyhaunis) v Holly Heffron
50kg Mia Robins (Gorey) v Chantel Whiting
50kg Luke Mooney (Glasnevin) v Charlie Hickford
52kg Jerome Lonergan-Garthland (Clonmel) v Billy Adams
54kg Ellie Mai-Garthland (Clonmel) v Sameenah Toussaint
57kg Nicole O’Sullivan (St Bernadettes) v Sacha Hickey
60kg Steven Cairns (Legacy) v Adam Azim
63kg Luka Gureshidze (Togher) v Huey Malone
Ireland v England