Team Ireland arrived home from the European U/22 Men’s and Women’s Championships in Romania via Dublin Airport this morning.
Amy Broadhurst and Aoife O’Rourke securing gold and silver at the tournament after winning and reaching the lightweight and middleweight finals.
Ireland finished in 10th spot in the medals table.
Irish boxing has now won 31 medals from eight World and European Elite, U/22, Youth and Junior tournaments since last June.
The next stop for Team Ireland is the Men’s and Women’s European Youth Championships in Italy this month.
European U/22 Men’s and Women’s Championships Targu Jiu, Romania March 24/April 2
51kg Niamh Earley (Ireland) lost to Aikaterini Koutsogeorgo (Greece) 0-5
57kg Shauna Blaney (Ireland) lost to Nedkova Ivanova (Bulgaria) 1-4
52kg Conor Quinn (Ireland) lost to Maksim Stakheev (Russia) 1-4
91kg Kevin Sheehy (Ireland) lost to Felix Kuhne (Germany) 0-5
75kg Gabriel Dossen (Ireland) beat Hambardum Hakobya (Armenia) 4-1
56kg Jordan Moore (Ireland) lost to Eusebi Jitaru (Romania) 0-5
48kg Shannon Sweeney (Ireland) lost to Mari-Emi Todorova (Bulgaria) 0-5
60kg Amy Boadhurst (Ireland) beat Esra Yildiz (Turkey) 5-0
75kg Gabriel Dossen (Ireland) lost to Giorge Kharabadze (Georgia) 1-4
60kg Amy Broadhurst (Ieland) beat Belinda Limuka (France) 5-0
75kg Aoife O’Rourke (Ireland) beat Carlotta Paoletti (Italy) 5-0
60kg Amy Boadhurst (Ireland) beat Francesca Martuschiello (Italy) 5-0
75kg Aoife O’Rourke (Ireland) lost to Busenaz Surmeneli (Turkey) W/O
75kg Aoife O’Rourke (Castlerea) (Silver)
60kg Amy Broadhurst (Dealgan) (Gold)
57kg Shauna Blaney (Navan)
51kg Niamh Earley (Ryston)
48kg Shannon Sweeney (St Annes)
52kg Conor Quinn (Clonard)
56kg Jordan Moore (Glasnevin)
75kg Gabriel Dossen (Olympic)
91kg Kevin Sheehy (St Francis)
IABA President: Dominic O’Rourke
Team manager: Anna Moore & Paddy Osborne
Head coach: Dmitry Dmitruk
Coaches: Eoin Pluck, Thomas Murray, Valerie Hamilton
R&J: Philip Rooney