The visitors were unlucky on some of the scorecards, as is to be almost expected in such events, and lost out 6-4 on the night.
Ireland lost their first three bouts, with Darryl Moran, Tommy McCarthy, and Tommy Casey all falling before Belfast lightweight Gerard Matthews steadied the ship with a great win over Adrian Kowal.
Wayne Kelly was then unlucky to be stopped in the third round after a clash of heads left him with a nasty gash over his eye.
Captain Dean Wash grabbed a great win over Kamil Holka, while there were dubious defeats for John Joyce and Tony Browne.
Making his Elite Senior debut for Ireland, former underage medal machine Michael Nevin also posted a win, while Elite super heavyweight champion Martin Keenan rounded off the show with a sensational second round knockout of Aleksander Stawirej.
49kg Daryl Moran (Illies GG) lost to Jakub Słomiński (Poland)
52kg Thomas McCarthy (Mayfield BC) lost to Maciej Jóźwik (Poland)
56kg Tom Casey (St Francis) lost to Tomasz Resól (Poland)
60kg Gerard Matthews (St Paul’s Antrim) beat Adrian Kowal (Poland)
64kg Wayne Kelly (Ballynacargy) lost to Łukasz Niemczyk (Poland)
69kg Dean Walsh (St Ibars) beat Kamil Holka (Poland)
75kg John Joyce (St Michael’s Athy) lost to Bartosz Gołębiewski (Poland)
75kg Michael Nevin (Portlaoise) beat Daniel Adamiec (Poland)
81kg Tony Brown (St Michael’s,Dublin) lost to Arkadiusz Szwedowicz (Poland)
91kg+ Martin Keenan (Rathkeale) beat Aleksander Stawirej (Poland)
Team Manager: Tony Davis (Ardagh Cross)
Coaches: Damien McKenna (Holy Family), Eamonn Duffy (Illies GG), Donal Walsh (St Ibars)
R&J: Jimmy Sweeney (Olympic)