Schedule of Boxing: National Boy/Girl 1, 2 & 3 Championships.

511 boxers will contest the National Boy/Girl 1, 2 and 3 Championships, which take place at the National Stadium, Dublin.

The competition begins on Monday, April 18th, and runs until Saturday, April 30th.

Competition Schedule

April 18th, boxing begins at 1pm

BG 1 Quarter Finals, followed by BG 2 Quarter Finals

April 19th, boxing begins at 11am:

BG3 Quarter Finals followed by BG1 Semi Finals

April 20th, boxing begins at 11am

G1 Semi-Finals, followed by B2 Semi-Finals

April 21st, boxing begins at 11am

G2 Semi-Finals,  followed by B3 Semi-Finals

April 22nd, boxing begins at 11am

G3 Semi-Finals, followed by BG1 Finals, which begin at 5pm.

April 23rd, boxing begins at 11am

B2 Finals

Competition arrangements:

Venue: National Boxing Stadium, Dublin.

Dates: April 18th – April 23rd, April 29th, 30th.

Entries: An entry fee of €10 applies. Boxers will be pre-entered by their Units from the weights they won at in their Unit Championships. Deadline for entries received by Stephen Connolly: and is 12pm on Monday 11th April.

Any boxer beaten in their Unit championships but who was an Irish Champion at Boy/Girl 1 & 2 from Drimnagh in December 2021, is eligible for participation as the defending champion.

Draws: Wednesday, 13th April, 2pm in the National Stadium. The draw is being conducted on the basis of pre-entry only.

Weigh-in and Medical: Boxers will weigh in on the day they box.

Weigh-in times: The National Stadium from 8.00am – 9.00am

Boxing Record books to be presented by the boxer at their initial weigh-in if not previously given to the IABA.

Boxing: 11am each day

Duration of rounds: 3 x 1.5 Minutes

Age Requirements: Boxers born in 2008, 2009 and 2010

It is a condition of entry that all competitors and officials have a signed Waiver/Members Acknowledgement Form. Anti-Doping may be carried out at any stage of the championships and all boxers must advise the doctor of any medication they are taking or have taken in the preceding 4 weeks. It is imperative that all boxers adhere to the Anti-Doping Rules