Jude Gallagher will be in action at 4pm tomorrow (Irish time) in the quarter-finals of the AIBA World Youth Championships in Budapest, Hungary.

The Irish male captain meets Brazilian light-fly Rafael Bianchi with at least a bronze medal up for grabs.

Click here for Saturday’s program.

Irish female captain Lauren Kelly and Daina Moorehouse are between the ropes in the last 16 and last 8 on Sunday afternoon.

The tournament continued today but no Irish boxers were involved.

AIBA World Men’s and Women’s Youth Championships Budapest, Hungary

August 23

Last 32

51kg Caitlin Fryers (Ireland) lost to Kittiya Nampa (Thailand) 1-4

Last 16

49kg Jude Gallagher (Ireland) beat Renuex Zhao (China) 5-0

August 22

Last 32

56kg Brandon McCarthy (Ireland) lost to Kumar Akash (India) 0-5

Last 16

48kg Daina Moorehouse (Ireland) beat Marta Lopez Del Arbol (Spain) 4-1

August 21

Last 32

57kg:Dearbhla Rooney (Ireland) lost to Panpatchara Somnuek (Thailand) 2-3
52kg:Dean Clancy (Ireland) lost to Asa Stevens (USA) 2-3

August 25


49kg Jude Gallagher (Ireland) v Rafael Bianchi (Brazil) (evening)

August 26


48kg Daina Moorehouse (Ireland) v Nillda Meekoon (Thailand) (afternoon)

Last 16

75kg: Lauren Kelly (Ireland) v Tallya Brillaux (France) (evening)

Irish squad

48kg Daina Moorhouse (Enniskerry)
51kg Caitlin Fryers (Immaculata)
57kg Dearbhla Rooney (Sean McDermot)
75kg Lauren Kelly (St Brigid’s Edenderry) Cpt
49kg Jude Gallagher (Two Castles) Cpt
52kg Dean Clancy (Ballinacarrow)
56kg Brandon McCarthy (St Michael’s Athy)

Team managers: Stephen Connolly and Tara Mari Robins
Head coach: Billy McClean
Coaches: Michael Carruth, Michael Mongan, Anita Just
Physio: David Cooke