Ireland’s 18-strong squad are en route to Sofia this morning ahead of the start of the European Men’s and Women’s Youth Championships in the Bulgarian capital.
The draw for the tournament will be made tomorrow with boxing slated to begin Wednesday.
37 nations including Ireland are registered for the competition.
Ireland completed their final training camp in Dungarvan over the weekend and are ready to roll, according to Irish coach Billy McClean.
“The team had an extremely good training camp and they’re in top form. We’re just waiting on the draw now and the squad will be ready to go in Wednesday’s preliminaries,” he said.
The Irish panel for Sofia secured National U/18 titles at the National Stadium earlier this summer.
Technical Meeting – September 3, 2019
Official Draw – September 3, 2019
Opening Ceremony – September 4, 2019
Preliminaries – September 4/8, 2019
Semifinals – September 9, 2019
Finals – September 10, 2019
2019 European Men’s and Women’s Championships Sofia, Bulgaria (September 2/11)
49kg Ryan Dunne (Jobstown)
52kg Jude Gallagher (Two Castles)
56kg Dean Clancy (Sean McDermott)
60kg Brandon McCarthy (St Michael’s Athy)
64kg Matthew Tyndall (Dublin Docklands)
69kg William Hayden (Crumlin)
75kg Jake Tucker (Emerald, Antrim)
81kg Jason Myers (Titans)
91kg Jack Marley (Monkstown D)
91+kg Owen McDonagh (St Annes)
48kg Daina Moorehouse (Enniskerry)
51kg Nicole Clyde (Antrim)
54kg Niamh Fay (Swords)
57kg Lauren Dempsey-Fitzmaurice (Ryston)
60kg Sinainn Glynn (Cloghan)
64kg Evelyn Igharo (Clann Naofa)
69kg Leah Gallen (Raphoe)
75kg Lisa O’Rourke (Castlerea)
IABA President: Dominic O’Rourke
Team Managers: Patrick Osborne & Anna Moore
Coaches: William McClean, Aoife Hennigan,Anita Just,Brian Barry,Liam Cunningham.
Courtesy of IABA