The Irish squad flew out from Terminal 1 to Romania at 10am.
Irish coach Paddy Gallagher explained that Quigley, who also claimed European Youth gold for Ireland, left Terminal 2 to meet the Irish team and wish them the very best of luck at the Europeans.
“A brilliant gesture from the Donegal middleweight as he heads on his own journey towards world domination in the professional game,” said Gallagher.
The European Schoolboy Championships begin in Valcea, Romania tomorrow.
European Schoolboys Championships 2017, Valcea, Romania July 17th/26th
38.5kg Michael Donoghue (St Michaels Athy)
40kg Brooklyn Saunders (Ballybough)
41.5kg Jake Charles (Mullingar Elite)
43kg Cory Byrne Dunbar (St Aidans)
44.5kg Cahir Gormley (Maydown Olympic)
46kg Patrick Sweeney (Olympic)
48kg Shamie McDonagh (St Pauls Wat)
50kg Patrick Donovan (Olympic)
52kg Cain Lewis (Ballymun)
54kg Sean Roche (Donore)
56kg James Whelan (Dublin Docklands)
59kg Eoghan Lavin (Ballyhaunis)
62kg Danny McHugh (Two Castles)
65kg Aaron McElligott (Cashen Vale)
68kg John Ward (Brosna)
72kg Sean Walsh (Trojan)
76kg Darragh Farrell (St Josephs Edenderry)
80kg Jordan Ward (Bay City)
90kg Thomas McDonnell (Crumlin)
Team Manager – Peter O’Donnell
Coaches – Stephen McElhinney, Paddy Gallagher and Liam Brereton
R&J – Larry Durand