How they match in up the deciders – exciting National Elite Championships finals night awaits

After two entertaining nights of Elite boxing in the National Stadium we now know the line up for one of the most eagerly anticipated National Elite Championships finals night in recent times.

The majority of punchers competing this weekend won’t just be fighting for the right to call themselves champion of Ireland, but will be hoping to secure a spot on the Irish team to compete in the Olympic qualifiers in Turkey this coming April.

The final line ups are as follows:

Light-fly (49kg) – Stephen McKenna (Old School) v Regan Buckley (St Teresas)

Flyweight (52kg) – TJ Waite (Ormeau Road) v Brendan Irvine (St Paul’s Antrim)

Bantamweight (56kg) – Kurt Walker (Canal) v Myles Casey (St Francis)

Lightweight (60kg) – David Oliver Joyce (St Michael’s Athy) v Sean McComb (Holy Trinity)

Light-welterweight (64kg) – Dean Walsh (St Josephs/Ibars) v Ray Moylette (St Annes)

Welterweight (69kg) – Adam Nolan (Bray) v Martin Stokes (Holy Family Drogheda)

Middleweight (75kg) – Michael O’Reilly (Portlalise) v Conor Wallace (St Monicas Newry)

Light-heavyweight (81kg) – Christopher Blaney (Navan) v John Paul Delaney (Emerald A)

Heavyweight (91kg) – Darren O’Neill (Paulstown) v Bernard O’Reilly (Portlaoise)

Super-heavyweight (91+kg) – Dean Gardiner (Clonmel) v Thomas Carty (Glasnevin)


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