Kellie Harrington and Amy Broadhurst box at the AIBA World Elite Championships in New Delhi, India tomorrow on a key day for Irish boxing.
The Dublin and Dundalk duo meet Canada and India in the light and light-welter quarter-finals with at least bronze up for grabs.
33 nations have athletes through to the last eight and within striking distance of the medals.
Harrington will be between the ropes at approximately 8.50am in the morning and Broadhurst at 12.30pm early tomorrow afternoon (Irish times).
New Delhi is five and a half hours ahead of Ireland.
Broadhurst, who is making her World Elite debut in India, has won two bouts so far, including today’s victory, at the 10th edition of the tournament.
Harrington, who has also won two contests at the 73-nation tournament, claimed silver at the light-welter at the 2016 World Championships in Kazakhstan.
Please click here for Tuesday’s program and today’s results.
(Image: Irish coaches Zaur Antia & Dmitry Dimitruk)
AIBA WORLD WOMEN’S ELITE CHAMPIONSHIPS NEW DELHI, INDIA
60kg Kellie Harrington (Ireland) beat Troy Garton (New Zealand) 5-0
51kg Ceire Smith (Ireland) beat Gabriela Dimitrova Bulgaria) 3-2
57kg Michaela Walsh (Ireland) beat Lacramiora Perijoc (Romania) 4-1
64kg Amy Broadhurst (Ireland) beat Ekaterina Dynnik (Russia) 4-1
75kg Aoife O’Rourke (Ireland) beat Ya Chu Yang (Taipei) 5-0
60kg Kellie Harrington (Ireland) beat Sarita Devi (India) 3-2
69kg Grainne Walsh (Ireland) lost to Noella Perez (Argentina) 2-3
51kg Ceire Smith (Ireland) lost to Namiki Tukimi (Japan) 2-3
57kg Michaela Walsh (Ireland) lost to Alessia Mesiano (Italy) 1-4
64kg Amy Broadhurst (Ireland) beat Ani Hovsepyan (Armenia) 5-0
75kg Aoife O’Rourke (Ireland) lost to Lauren Price (Wales) 0-5
60kg Kellie Harrington (Ireland) v Caroline Veyre (Canada)
64kg Amy Broadhurst (Ireland) v Kaur Baath (India)
51kg Ceire Smith (Virginia)
57kg Michaela Walsh (Monkstown)
60kg Kellie Harrington (St Mary’s)
64kg Amy Broadhurst (Dealgan)
69kh Grainne Walsh (Sparticus)
75kg Aoife O’Rourke (Castlerea)
Team manager: Bernard Dunne
Coaches: Zaur Antia & Dmitry Dimitruk
Physio: Muireann Harte