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Irish Boxing’s astonishing 2022 medal record

Irish fighters banked no fewer than 63 medals across international competitions in 2022.

Irish teams were sent to seven International tournaments – eight if you include Team NI’s Commonwealth Games appearance – and won multiple medals at each tournament.

Amy Broadhurst was the country’s most successful boxer accounting for three of those medal wins, with gold at the Worlds, Europeans and Commonwealths. Lisa O’Rourke took home gold from the European under-22’s and the World Championships, but injury kept her out of the European Championships, while Cliona D’Arcy also won every international competition she entered topping the podium in World and European youth competitions.

Dylan Eagleson was another to win medals in underage and senior competitions winning European Under-22 bronze and also medaling at the Commonwealth and European Championships.

The full list of medal winners and medal wins are below:

European U22 Championships: 3 gold, 1 silver, 3 bronze

54kg Niamh Fay- GOLD

66kg Kaci Rock -BRONZE

70kg Lisa O’Rourke – GOLD

75kg Aoibhe Carabine – SILVER

54kg Dylan Eagleson – BRONZE

60kg Paul Loonam – BRONZE

92kg Jack Marley – GOLD

European Youth Championships: 3 gold, 1 silver and 4 bronze

48kg: Georgia McGovern – BRONZE

48kg: Patsy Joyce – BRONZE

50kg: Katie O’Keefe – BRONZE

63kg: Winnie McDonagh – BRONZE

70kg: Laura Moran SILVER

71kg: Bobbi Flood GOLD

81kg: Dearbhla Tinnelly GOLD

81+kg: Cliona Darcy GOLD

Women’s World Championships – Two Gold

63 kg Amy Broadhurst GOLD

70 kg Aoife O’Rourke GOLD

Men’s European Elite Championships One gold – one silver

64kg Dylany Eagleson SILVER

75kg Gabriel Dossen GOLD

Commonwealth Games – Five gold one silver, one bronze

50kg Carly McNaul, Ormeau Rd BC – SILVER

54kg Dylan Eagleson, St. Paul’s BC– GOLD

57kg Michaela Walsh, Emerald BC- GOLD

57kg Jude Gallagher, Two Castles BC– GOLD

60kg Amy Broadhurst, St. Bronagh’s BC– GOLD

70kg Eireann Nugent, Immaculata BC– BRONZE

71kg Aidan Walsh, Emerald BC– GOLD

European Schools Championships – Two gold, three silver, nine bronze

34-36kg Ellen Winnie Joyce, Olympic L, BRONZE

38kg Carley O’Herron, Rochfordbridge BC, BRONZE

40kg Elma Barry, Setanta L, GOLD

42kg Abbey Molloy, Sacred Heart BRONZE

44kg Lauren Doherty Crinnion, Fr. Horgan’s, SILVER

46kg Alanna O’Brien, Setanta L, SILVER

70kg Chloe Louise Poleon, Dunboyne BC, BRONZE


44kg Daniel Joyce, Elite Mullingar, BRONZE

46kg James Michael Casey, Sliabh Luchra BC, SILVER

48kg Christian Doyle, Olympic L, GOLD

50kg Brandon Geoghegan, Sacred Heart, GOLD

63kg Broderick Adbuire, Jobstown BC, BRONZE

80kg Richard Daniel Kiely, Midleton BC,BRONZE

90kg Jordie Cooke, Gleann BC, BRONZE

Women’s European Championships – Three gold, two silver, two bronze

50kg Caitlin Fryers SILVER

60kg Kellie Harrington GOLD

70 kg Christina Desmond SILVER

57kg Michaela Walsh BRONZE

63 kg Amy Broadhurst GOLD

75kg Aoife O’Rourke GOLD

48kg Shannon Sweeney BRONZE

European Junior Championships – Two gold, four silver, three bronze

46kg Alfie Jordan, Olympic L, BRONZE

48kg Sophie Curley, Dealgan, BRONZE

48kg Jamie Collins, Driminagh, SILVER

50 kg Grace Conway ,Tredagh, SILVER

52kg John Harty, Portlaoise, BRONZE

54kg Niamh Keogh, Olympic L, SILVER

60kg Ava Henry, Dublin Docklands, GOLD

63kg Cillian Reilly Jobstown BRONZE

66kg Tadhg O’Donnell Four Kings GOLD

75kg Mary Mcdonagh Sliabh Luachra SILVER

World Youth Championships – One gold, five bronze

67kg James Donovan OLOL BRONZE

+81kg Cliona D’Arcy Tobair Pheadair’ GOLD

60kg Lee McEvoy Avona BC BRONZE

70kg Laura Moran St AnnesBC BRONZE

81kg Dearbhla Tinnelly Clann Naofa BRONZE

86kg Nathan Osaro Ojo Esker BC BRONZE


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