The 2022 IATBA Championship finals will be boxed at the IABA’s National Stadium on Saturday, March 5th.
In all, 33 new champions will be crowned in a day of boxing which begins at 11am.
Boxers weigh-in daily during this competition, between 8am and 9am.
All boxers who received a walkover must attend on finals day to register their championship weight.
The first international event at the home of Irish Boxing ended in a draw this evening.
A strong Welsh team contested against an Ireland select at Youth and U22.
The card opened with an exhibition bout and 2 supporting bouts.
51KG Corey Jones, Wales beat Adam McKenna, Ireland, 4-1
54KG Gavin Ryan, Ireland, beat Joe Williams, Wales, 5-0
The Lead – Women’s Boxing Programme will begin shortly, and clubs are advised of the deadline for taking part.
IABA will fund the provision of a free 6-week programme for new women members in 20 clubs.
The expression of interest form is attached, and the clubs will be included in the programme on a first come, first served, basis.
All sporting organisations across Ireland are required to complete a Sport Ireland Club Safeguarding Self-Assessment Audit 2021-2022.
Audit site login and access details – access to the portal is here
Club Safeguarding Self Audit guide: attached
A video guide to assist in completing this audit and is available on IABA’s YouTube channel, here