There was amateur success at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in Australia and at the European Youth Championships in Italy while there were also two pro shows in Belfast.
In all we have 22 nominees for the April Liffey Crane Hire Irish Boxer of the Month and voting will stay open until Thursday at midnight with the winner being announced on Friday morning.
The Dealgan fighter won European U22 lightweight gold and followed this up by stepping up to light welter and winning the English Elite title.
The reigning Elite light heavyweight champ stepped down in weight and, in her first major tournament, claimed European U22 silver.
The Brisbane-based Kildare fighter moved in line for a shot at the WBO title with a decisive win over Jimmy Kelly.
The St John Bosco fighter claimed Commonwealth silver, coming second to legendary Indian Mary Kom.
Wrecking Ball McNaul had a fairytale Commonwealth Games, blasting her way to two wins and a silver medal.
The Wee Rooster claimed Commonwealth silver, his third major international medal.
The talented Canal fighter won silver Down Under at the Commonwealth Games, only being bested by the phenomenal Peter McGrail.
The Monkstown puncher became the first ever Irish boxer to win major medals at three different weights with a silver at the Commonwealths.
The talented St George’s boxer set the Commonwealths alight en-route to a bronze medal.
The Monkstown speedster, like his sister, won silver at the Commonwealths in Australia.
Despite giving away size to all his opponents, the All Saints vet won his second Commonwealth medal, boxing his way to bronze.
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The Lagmore man warmed up for his British title fight with an entertaining and impressive win over David Birmingham at the Europa Hotel.
The Enniskerry pocket rocket dominated her way to European Youth gold, destroying a much-larger Russian opponent in the final.
The 2Castles talent won his first major international medal, taking bronze and being unlucky not to go further.
The Ballinacarrow boxer followed up his European Junior silver by blasting his way to silver in the Youths.
In her first major tournament, the Sean McDermott’s fighter was a revelation, taking home silver.
The rangey Clann Naofa fighter, following disappointment at the Juniors last year, bagged a first international medal with silver here.
The team captain won a second successive European Youth bronze out in Italy.
‘The Jackal’ was back to his best last month, headlining at the SSE Odyssey Arena where he dominated future Hall of Famer Nonito Donaire.
A betting underdog, the Ballyfermot fighter decisively defeated Conrad Cummings despite suffering horrific cuts around his eyes.
The Lenadoon southpaw adjusted and overcame the talented Anto Upton, finishing their ten-rounder strong and dropping his local rival.
The Wicklow wonder unified the WBA and IBF titles in New York wih an entertaining win over Victoria Noelia Bustos.
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